3 pink indie polishes means pretty much the best kind of nail mail ever, in my opinion!!
From right to left: Baby Doll, Sugar Skulls, and Candyland! First, let's take a peek at the Halloween themed polish, Sugar Skulls:
This is two coats of Sugar Skulls over Jessica Strawberry Shake It. Sugar Skulls is packed with glitter but has a great glitter to base ratio. No fishing required at all. Dry time was fine, no issues at all with this polish.
Next up is Baby Doll, a clear base with blue, pink, and white various glitters. This is two coats over Orly Harmonious Mess, which is so pretty that I'll post it by itself soon. BD has the perfect formula, just like Sugar Skulls. I did twirl the bottle a little to sort of fish out the circles, but the butterflies came out easily:
Here it is over China Glaze Pool Party. I think this is the wrong base for this girly polish:
Adorable, isn't it? Baby Doll would look great over black, light blue, etc.
Last but not least is Candyland, from the Board Games collection. This has a light pink base with various glitters and micro glitters that give it some amazing depth. This is three thin coats of polish, no topcoat.
Love my ever growing Kawaii stash!! Um...it looks like THIS at the moment:
I obviously believe you NEED to check out Kawaii Lacquer, and you can do so on etsy HERE and on Facebook HERE. Check Facebook for coupon codes for the shop!
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
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