Tuesday, May 2, 2023

Polish Pickup May 2023 Junk Food: Noodles Nail Polish Dunkie Junkie

 *press sample* 



Hello hello! I hope your week is off to a good start. Tonight I'll be sharing the first of 2 posts for this week from Noodles Nail Polish. This is a short one for Polish Pickup, while the 8-piece Spring Collection will be posted in the next day or 2, so stop back soon. This month's PPU theme is junk food, and I'm all for it. Give me all of the candy, desserts, and fast food. Don't worry, I always make sure to eat it in moderation. Wishlisting is open, so you can browse at your leisure until it goes live on Friday, May 5th. Also make sure to join the Polish Pickup Pack Facebook Group as swatches pop up there all the time. 

The shop officially opens at 11:00 AM ET Friday, May 5th and ends on Monday, May 8th at 11:59 PM (but if a polish has a bottle limit and sells out before the end of the pre-order, it's gone, unless you get lucky and the cap gets raised...which is rare) on the PPU website. Just a heads-up, PPU raised their base shipping rates from $3 to $4 for the lightest packages. USPS keeps raising their prices, so at some point it gets too high and brands cannot eat those prices forever. If you get heavier items, I believe shipping prices get higher. Let's get a closer look at this month's Noodles Nail Polish offering. 






Noodles Nail Polish Dunkie Junkie (2 coats)
Inspiration: Natalie's love of Dunkin' Donuts 
Price: $11.50
Bottle Limit: None

I love a good donut, so I'll stop at Dunkin' any time (although my favorite donuts are from our hometown place run by a Cambodian couple). I think the coffee drinks are even more popular than their donuts! Dunkie Junkie is a white crelly base with magenta and orange matte hexagonal glitters and a fine sprinkling of fine holo silver glitters. Natalie's white crellies are some of my favorites, and this is no different. I went ahead and used 2 thicker coats for full opacity (you may need 3 coats if you use really thin coats), and it dried with texture from all the glitters. I recommend using a glitter topcoat to get that glass-like finish, but 2 coats of a thicker topcoat will work in a pinch. 


There you have it, folks! What would you use as your inspiration for a junk food? I think I would use Red Vines or Sour Patch Kids Fruits (which they don't sell anymore ­čśö). You can find out more about Noodles Nail Polish on their websiteInstagram pageFacebook page, and Facebook Fan Group

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