Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Quixotic Polish Grey Nail Polish Fanatics Group Custom and Shiny New Seahorse

Hi guys! I've been nursing a mild illness, so please bear with me. Tonight is the last night to get one of the polishes, so I wanted to make sure to get this post up ASAP. You guys know how much of a fan I've been of Mary and what she's done with Quixotic Polish this past year. She was recently asked to make some customs for the Grey Nail Polish Fanatics Facebook Group, and boy did she come out with some beauties! The other polish appears to be a core color now, so you'll at least have some time to get Shiny New Seahorse, because you're going to want that one. 

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Pepper Pot Polish Paradise Found Collection 2017 Swatches and Reviews

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Hi guys! I know it's been a hot minute since I've posted, but I was super busy in LA last week. The weather was beautiful out there, but I didn't get to enjoy it since I was working the whole time. Tonight I'm debuting Pepper Pot Polish's Paradise Found Collection on the blog. The owner, Mackenzie, is from Washington state, and there's been some awesome press surrounding the brand (see here and here). It's a 5-piece collection of creamy shimmers inspired by 1960's ads from Hawaii. It will make more sense in just a moment. This set will release this Friday, February 23rd, at 12 PM PST. Each polish will retail for $10 each, or $45 for the collection. I mean, you may as well buy all of them because they're beautiful and you can save yourself $5! Shall we get a closer look?

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Vapid Lacquer Swatches and Reviews: Crab Nebula Dirty XXX and Waxing Poetic

Hi guys! This week has been flying by, and it'll be the weekend before you know it. I'll be doing a little traveling next week, so who knows what the blog schedule will be. Tonight I have a couple random polishes from Vapid Lacquer that I bought during the annual Purge. I bought more bath and body products than polishes, so I think I have just one more to show you at some point. Neither of these are currently for sale, but February is the maker's birthday month, so there are usually some new goodies that make their way back to the website. I highly recommend you join the Vapid Lacquer Facebook Group (Vapicorns) to get the most up-to-date info about the company and releases. Swatch time!

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Zoya Winter 2017 Party Girls Collection Swatches and Reviews: Part III

*press samples*

Hi guys! Not much is going on here. We went to see the last Maze Runner movie this weekend (meh), and stayed in the rest of the weekend due to rain. The weather was really nice today, and I'm hoping that trend sticks around for awhile. Tonight I have the final set of Zoya colors from the Party Girls Collection. I should also mention that I just received the Bridal Bliss set, so I hope to start swatching those soon. There's only 1 brand new polish in the set, but I believe there are a few I haven't reviewed before. Shall we finish this up?

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Literary Lacquers Valentine's Day 2018 As You Wish Trio Swatches and Reviews

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Hi guys! I told you I had a lot of polishes to post this week! Tonight I have a Valentine's Day trio releasing this Friday, February 2nd at noon MST from Literary Lacquers. The trio was named by someone in the Facebook Fan Group, and the inspiration is The Princess Bride. Ok, confession time: I've never read or seen The Princess Bride. I know, I know. My husband constantly talks about how crazy it is that I refuse to watch it. There are 2 movies that people swear are the best that I've never seen: The Princess Bride and Shawshank Redemption. I figure I've gone this long without seeing it, so I'm sticking with it. That said, my husband told me that he loved the names and the polishes. I'm not going to lie, I secretly want to see it a little bit now. The trio features 2 matte polishes and a glitter topper. The topper is limited edition for the month of February, while the other 2 are new core colors. Shall we take a closer look?