Sunday, December 29, 2013

Combination November/December Stash Additions.

     So, I realized around December 10th that I forgot to do my stash addition post for November and decided it was to late (into December) to post it. So I decide that I would just post them both together at the end of December. Sorry about the lateness of the November haul stuff, I blame the sinus infection. Without any further ado here are my November/December stash additions:



China Glaze - Boo-Gie Down & This One's For You

Dollish Polish:

I'll Swallow Your Soul! & 1,2, Freddy's Coming For You

They're Coming To Get You Barbara & The Curse Of Micheal Myers

Pinwheel Polish:


Sally Beauty Supply: 

China Glaze - You're Present Required, This Is Tree-Mendous, Out A Bow On It, & Travel In Color



China Glaze Ring In The Red & Blue Year's Eve

China Glaze - Twinkle Lights and Peppermint Cuticle Oil

China Glaze - Mrs. Claus & Mistletoe Kisses 

Sally Beauty:

Orly - Macabre Masquerade, & Masked Ceremony, China Glaze - All Wrapped Up & Finger Paints - Sparkle Top Coat

OPI - I'm Not really A Waitress

Acetone nail polish remover. 

Christmas Presents:

Konad plate M84

OPI - Silver Shatter & Vant To Bite My Neck?

     So there you have it all the lovely ladies that joined my stash for the last two months. Did you guys get any new polish? If So what did you get? And since this is the last post of 2013 I would also like to wish you guys a safe and happy New Year. That's all I have for you guys today. Until next time, stay classy, and stay polished.

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Elf Nails

     So yeah, I know I haven't posted in a while but I have a really good reason for that. The sinus infection I battled the week before Thanksgiving...yeah it came back on me and I have been one really unhappy camper for the last two weeks. Let's just say I am going to be on antibiotics for like a month because this sinus infection is just awful. So sorry about the non-posting. But If it helps I have (and still am) fairly sick. I did manage to get in one Christmas manicure though so here it is. Today I have a Christmas Elves manicure to share with you. I saw someone on Instagram did an elf manicure that was similar and gave me the inspiration. ...But I can't remember who did the manicure so sorry about the lack of credit given, it wasn't to be malicious. I am just all germ infected and my memory sucks. I spent several hours trying to find out who, but to no avail. Also I had catastrophic nail failure and have nubs again for a little while. But anyway they did a similar manicure and gave me the inspiration for this one. So here it is.


Indoor no flash. 

Indoor with flash. 

What I Used:

China Glaze - Holly-Day
China Glaze - Gaga For Green
China Glaze - Salsa
Americana - Mustard Seed
Americana - White Wash
Ceramcoat - Black

    This is all free hand and actually pretty easy to do. Which is why I picked it on account of being the host of viral plague (at least in my sinuses). But seriously why to we have to have so many sinuses and why hasn't someone invented sinus reduction surgery. I could really use a few less sinuses about now. Anyway I hope you guys enjoy this manicure and have a safe, happy, and warm Christmas. I am going to go rest and try to feel better. Until next time, stay classy and stay polished.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

China Glaze Party Hearty

     Today, I have a swatch for you guys of Party Hearty from China Glaze Let it Snow 2010 collection. As you know I received this polish on Christmas Eve last year and never got to swatch it for you guys. Mostly because I just can't bring myself to wear Christmas polish after Christmas. So now that Christmas has come around again here it is with no further ado.


Indoor no flash tilted.

Indoor no flash.
*No outdoor pictures because it's 4 degrees outside and frostbite is not on my To Do list.
*No flash pictures because this polish is a glitter bomb that gives my camera seizures. 


Indoor no flash. 

     For this picture I used two coats of OPI Don't Pretzel My Buttons as underwear, two coats of Party Hearty on top, and a heavy layer of topcoat to finish it off. Over all, I really like this polish. It applies like regular polish (no dabbing needed), dies quickly, and has a huge sparkle pay off. I'm so glad this polish is no longer a lemming for me, it's now a treasured part or my collection. If you can still get a hold of this polish I highly recommend it because is gorgeous. It kind of makes me wish China Glaze would go back to traditional Christmas colors for their Christmas polish collection glitters, instead of the pink, purple mixtures of the last two years. Anyway I hope you guys enjoy this swatch as much as I enjoy wearing it. That's all I have for you today, so until next time, stay classy, and stay polished.

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Dollish Polish - The Curse Of Michael Myers

     Since, I am finally starting to feel better I figured I would get a swatch post up for you guys today. I am going to show you The Curse Of Michael Myers from Dollish Polish's Halloween Frights collection. The Curse Of Michael Myers is a multi-size, muti-shape, orange, yellow, gold, silver and white glitter mix in a clear base. I used Kalahari Kiss by China Glaze as a base color to make the glitter pop. So without further ado here she is.

Indoor no flash. 

Indoor with flash. 

Outdoor in sunlight. 

Outdoor in shade. 

Outdoor in sunlight.
*for some reason my camera rendered the silver glitter as clear or white no matter what I did. 

Indoor no flash. 

     In these pictures I used two coats of Kalahari Kiss by China Glaze as a base color and one layer of The Curse Of Michael Myers, with a heavy coat of topcoat. This glitter topper is a topcoat eater so apply topcoat heavily. Over all I really like it. And for one layer it has a huge glitter payoff. What do you guys think? Are you loving it as much as I am? It's so freaking pretty. I am in love Dollish did it again. Her glitter toppers call to me so. That's all I have for you today. Until next time, stay classy, and stay polished.