Tiger Blossom gel manicure using Gelish brand.
Saturday I was involved in a friendly “marital kidnapping”. We were supposed to be running to the store. It was a quick trip so work out clothes and flip flops is acceptable attire, right? No lipgloss was worn, just Oakley shades and chapstick. After the agreed upon “quick trip” the car went left instead of right. I squinted and raised an eyebrow. HOW did we end up at a local car show, for hours? Fortunately, I love cars & spending time with my Mr.
So, the his & her paint is always a car show topic. He describes the candy paint and the color schematics…and I describe what shade that translates to in Nail Polish Land, the country I’m from (yes, I’m laughing). Here’s a 1965 Buick Riviera. A beautiful old school classic car in a paint called “Butter Cream”. THIS IS HIS PAINT. I smiled and pointed out that this is also a dupe for OPI’s “Skull & Glossbones. THIS IS HER PAINT.
This my friends is true love! Polish on everyone. Polish on.
That’s right! You heard me. I said FREAKINPINK. I shouted because this is my first nail contest. I’ve been a bit shy up until now.
I used my gifted Zoya nail polish in “Shelby”. I added a hand drawn cupcake complete with sprinkles, whipped cream AND a bit of bling (not bing) cherry.
The contest is being hosted by fellow blogger “Hotpinkbandit”. Wish me luck.
It’s my new Zoya nail polish called “Kimber” from their Surf Collection. This interesting shade dances on the edge of pink and red with hints of gold flecks. It’s eye catching in the sun too. It seemed only right that I hit the beach with this color. I didn’t actually “surf” but I showed my fingertips a good time.
I used a holographic top coat to intensify the sparkle. I’m excited to try the rest of my new babies from both the Beach and Surf Collection. I love receiving gifts and thus far, this doesn’t