I’ve been getting in the mood for the Fourth of July and decided to play around with the Pure Ice Stars & Stripes collection with the metallic blue Zoya Song thrown in for good measure.
I knew for sure I wanted to use Pure Ice Superstar! (white creme) and Siren (red creme) and definitely Freedom, which is a red/blue and star glitter bomb. But I also wanted the perfect blue and one with a non-creme finish. Zoya Song fit the bill!
Today I have the brand spankin’ new piCture pOlish Frosting from ‘Chelle at Cosmetic Cupcake. How fitting is this name and shade for her? Her inspiration was cupcakes, of course, so she created this sweet looking glittery treat for the nails.
The base is a pale milky pink and it’s packed with small hex violet, fuchsia and silver glitter and some larger silver hearts glitter pieces for fun!
Happy Saturday! I’ve got piCture pOlish Shocked by Shatter Me Claire for ya today.
Shocked is a hot raspberry pink shade with holographic glitter scattered throughout. She named it “Shocked” because she said she was shocked when piCture pOlish contacted her to create the shade and because she’s a Kylie Minogue fan and that’s the name of one of her songs.
Hello there people of the world. How are you on this fine day?
Perhaps you have heard of KB Shimmer Nail Polish? I had been hearing about it and seeing amazing swatches of the shades for awhile when I decided I needed to jump on this bandwagon. So today I’ve got six of the nine shades from the KB Shimmer Summer 2013 Collection.
Here is something I love right off the bat from the brand. They came with some instructions on how to apply some of the more “difficult” shades. I really appreciate this because sometimes you just can’t get a shade to look nice because oh say it has a satin finish and is supposed to dry matte but you don’t know that. It’s not always totally obvious how every nail polish finish should be just from applying it.
24 Carrot Bold, Don’t Pink Twice, Pimp My Pride