Friday, September 28, 2012

Macy's Butter London Exclusives!

So recently I was able to get my hands on these two Macy's exclusive Butter Londons! I fell in love with the bright colors, so I had to have them. At first I figured they were in store so I went to a few, but later found out they were online only. Now the site doesn't specify that, but I never found them in store.

Cake-Hole is a neon pink, which is not quite a matte or shiny finish. I'm not quite sure what to call it, but its a really nice color.

Here is is with no top coat. You can see that its not quite flat, there is a little shine to it.

Here I put some matte top coat on it, to compare.

And finally I used Seche Vite to see how it would look shiny.

Brummie is a lovely neon purple, the same finish as Cake-Hole. In the photo above it has matte top coat on, because I forgot to take a picture of the bottle with the regular finish.

Here you can see the interesting finish, which I really like.

Again with a matte top coat.

And finally some Seche Vite!

All in all, I'm really glad I picked these two up! Macy's had a bunch of other exclusives as well. I think there was a neon green and maybe a few more pinks. I would suggest checking them out because they had some really great colors!

And I know I said my next giveaway was going to be when I hit 250, but I just can't wait! So the next giveaway will be at 200 followers! So get excited because we're almost there! Here is a preview of the prizes!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Indie Thursday: Rainbow Polish Monarch

I've had this polish sitting around for awhile, trying to figure out what color to put under it. When I realized Halloween was near, I finally decided! So here is Rainbow Polish Monarch!

Monarch is jam packed with yellow, orange and black hex glitters in different sizes. It also has black squares. I am a total sucker for square glitters. This close up doesn't do the polish justice.

I layered it over Color Club Fly With Me. I think it looks like some Halloween witch's brew. I absolutely love the colors in this glitter, they almost remind me of Resse's Pieces candy! I had no trouble with glitter sticking up and the formula was very smooth. 

I suggest checking out her Sweet Treats set! I haven't gotten it yet, but it looks amazing!

You can get your hands on Rainbow Polish here:

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Try It On Tuesday: Candy Lacquer!

I've been waiting to do this post for awhile now. The moment I saw Candy Lacquer Frozen Treats I knew I had to have it! Unfortunately I missed the first sale of it, but was able to grab it on the second sale before it sold out again. I was amazed that it had sold out so quickly both times, within minutes! Candy Lacquer is popular!

Frozen Treats has it all! Multi-colored glitters, white flakes, squares and hexes. Jam packed with all this glittery goodness. The formula is really well done, the glitter is still suspended and there's no separation or color bleeding. 

I wanted to put it over a nice milkshake pink, so I used O.P.I Pink Friday. I did two coats to make sure I had the glitter where I wanted it. The only bad thing was my top coat bubbled a bit, but that didn't affect this beauty! Its so gorgeous, like candy bits on my nails!

You can check out Candy Lacquer here: