Racer stripes on my nails. Now I need to start biking. Maybe tomorrow morning.
China Glaze “Turned Up Turquoise” (Neon)
This is such a near dupe to China Glaze “For Audrey”…. (and my Tiffany pouch). “For Audrey” is the tiniest bit bluer.
Essie “Turquoise & Caicos”
The Essie formulation is a little thinner and streakier than I would have hoped. This was three coats. Still lovely.
But of course, I splashed all kind of dots over it. This actually made me want to lay off the dots just a tad.
My hands look like hazard cones!!! for real. lol
Man, this polish is so bright, it really COULD hurt your eyes.
I used the gold glitter holographic top coat. I just can’t give up glitter completely. lol.
Color Club “Lava Lamp”
w/ Northern Lights Gold Holo Glitter topcoat
Pictures make the color look more “red”, but they are really “orange-y”! Straight hazard cones!
Hey Guys!! It’s Duana again!
Although New York has been experiencing some wonderful weather, I’m SO tired of winter and in need of a change from my darker fall/winter manicure colors. To me, summertime means I can paint my fingers and toes with brightest polish I can find, and I LOVE IT!! When I went into my regular nail salon, I realized that they had begun to expand their summer section (during winter months, they pack up most of the bright colors), and I immediately got excited when I saw “Need Sunglasses?” by OPI. I just LOVE a bright yellow nail! One thing about this polish is that it goes on very thin. I got these results with three coats.
OPI “Need Sunglasses?”
Don’t judge my cuticles y’all…She hadn’t cleaned them yet. I had to snap the picture while she went to process my payment…lol 🙂
OPI “Need Sunglasses?” paired with Zoya “Areej” for pedicure
China Glaze “Midtown Magic” – GORGEOUS! it’s such a pretty color. Chocolate Burgundy – definitely magical with a pretty gold glitter almost dissolved within.
I know, I know, I was supposed to be on glitter/shimmer hiatus….
….. BUT I COULDN’T HELP IT! lol. It’s so sparkly and it was making googly eyes at me.
I striped the tips with Ulta’s “Set the Nude”, but next time, I am just wearing the “Midtown Magic”. all by its lonesome.
It’s freezing outside, so I couldn’t bring myself to use a “Spring” color…instead, I moseyed on over to my China Glaze Metro Downtown collection.
I chose China Glaze “Westside Warrior”
I still wanted it to be “girly”, so I added a flower of Sinful Colors “Vacation Time”, with a dot of gold metallic acrylic paint.