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Friday, September 24, 2010

American Apparel: L'Espirit



American Apparel L'Espirit (2 coats)

So it's official, the science video I made back in May is now published online! I'm not going to post the link, but if you're dying to know (or you're a huge microbiology/virology geek) feel free to e-mail me and I can send it to you. I've been trying to deal with a program called Endnote which is supposed to help you organize your citations in papers. Usually I don't have a problem with it, but now that I'm dealing with a huge document (i.e. my dissertation) it's giving me a headache. Oh well. Tonight I treated myself to Ulta since I had a $3.50 off any $10 coupon to use. I found the Revlon satin polishes and I bought the white one so stay tuned for that. I also got color matched to the new MAC Pro Longwear SPF10 foundation. Apparently in that foundation I am a NC25 and not a NC20. Who knew? In other polish news, the OPI collection Burlesque is going to be on sale tomorrow at Transdesign. Glittermania here I come! 

Ok, on to the polish for today which is L'Espirit by American Apparel. Yeah, this one looks like Easter in a bottle (that's what my husband tells me when I wear pastel polishes), but I love pastels so I'll wear them when I feel like it :-D It's a lavender purple creme that seems to have a hint of blue in it. I must admit, these polishes pretty much apply themselves. Ok, that's it for the American Apparel polishes. Overall, I think these polishes are full of win and if you're near a store (or are ballsy enough to order them online (I hear they don't pack the polishes very well)) definitely pick a few of these up!

3 comments:

M 2011 said...

love this color!
love this combo!

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Let them have Polish! said...

They have really nice colors. And I love this lavender. It's so soft and pretty. I want to try some of their polishes.

my leetle nails said...

this is really pretty. reminds me of "lady fingers". Like, very soft.