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06/07/2013

Color: Glowstick (Orly)Retail Price: $8.00 (USD)
This shade is from Orly’s summer 2012 Feel the Vibe collection. It is a highlighter yellow neon creme that’s so bright it’s nearly blinding (in the most awesome way ever)! Just like most other neon nail polishes, this dries matte, so make sure you finish your manicure with a glossy top coat.
As fun as this color is, the formula? Not so much. =/ Glowstick is extremely sheer, and the formula is strangely thick. That makes application quite tedious. The thick formula means each coat you apply takes longer than usual to dry, and the sheerness of Glowstick means you’re going to be applying quite a few coats of this nail polish if you decide not to use a white creme base for this manicure. In the photo above, I am wearing four coats of Glowstick!
In spite of the formula, I am just way too in love with Glowstick to really care about the crazy application process. I’ve never seen a yellow so bright it’s practically radioactive! I’m just so amazed!
This is definitely not work-safe, but if you want to make a statement with your manicure, this has got to be one of your go-to nail polishes.

Color: Glowstick (Orly)
Retail Price: $8.00 (USD)

This shade is from Orly’s summer 2012 Feel the Vibe collection. It is a highlighter yellow neon creme that’s so bright it’s nearly blinding (in the most awesome way ever)! Just like most other neon nail polishes, this dries matte, so make sure you finish your manicure with a glossy top coat.

As fun as this color is, the formula? Not so much. =/ Glowstick is extremely sheer, and the formula is strangely thick. That makes application quite tedious. The thick formula means each coat you apply takes longer than usual to dry, and the sheerness of Glowstick means you’re going to be applying quite a few coats of this nail polish if you decide not to use a white creme base for this manicure. In the photo above, I am wearing four coats of Glowstick!

In spite of the formula, I am just way too in love with Glowstick to really care about the crazy application process. I’ve never seen a yellow so bright it’s practically radioactive! I’m just so amazed!

This is definitely not work-safe, but if you want to make a statement with your manicure, this has got to be one of your go-to nail polishes.

(Source: blanketprint)

04/23/2013

Color: Marrow (Butter London)Retail Price: $14.00 (USD)
This shade is from Butter London’s fall 2010 collection. It is a bruised purple creme with silver shimmer throughout. I think it looks stunning in the bottle and on my nails, although it should be noted that Marrow dries much darker on nails than it appears in the bottle (which is fine with me, in this case). Another slight issue is that the shimmer is verrry subtly visible on the nail (while it’s very apparent in the bottle), but despite that fact, Marrow manages to twinkle quite nicely when the sun hits it just right.
The formula for this shade is great to work with, which makes application easy. Marrow is very pigmented, and is almost a one-coater; however, I needed two coats to achieve full opacity.
Overall, I really like this color because I don’t own anything else like it. Still, it’s important for you to know that it looks slightly darker on nails than it does in the bottle, which may potentially be a problem for some people. The best thing about Marrow is that even though it’s from a fall collection, the shimmer makes it perfect for spring and summer as well!

Color: Marrow (Butter London)
Retail Price: $14.00 (USD)

This shade is from Butter London’s fall 2010 collection. It is a bruised purple creme with silver shimmer throughout. I think it looks stunning in the bottle and on my nails, although it should be noted that Marrow dries much darker on nails than it appears in the bottle (which is fine with me, in this case). Another slight issue is that the shimmer is verrry subtly visible on the nail (while it’s very apparent in the bottle), but despite that fact, Marrow manages to twinkle quite nicely when the sun hits it just right.

The formula for this shade is great to work with, which makes application easy. Marrow is very pigmented, and is almost a one-coater; however, I needed two coats to achieve full opacity.

Overall, I really like this color because I don’t own anything else like it. Still, it’s important for you to know that it looks slightly darker on nails than it does in the bottle, which may potentially be a problem for some people. The best thing about Marrow is that even though it’s from a fall collection, the shimmer makes it perfect for spring and summer as well!

03/29/2013

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Collection: Lovely (Zoya)
Retail Price: $8.00 (USD) per bottle

This is the spring 2013 Lovely collection from Zoya. It contains three fresh blooms of cream and three dewy metallics. These colors are perfect for the spring season (and Easter weekend!), and add a great pop of color to any look. Read on for my thoughts on this collection!


Jacqueline: This shade is a light beige creme with warm yellow undertones. It’s a great nude for skin tones with similar warm undertones, and a work-safe shade for all. Application is smooth and easy, and is opaque in only two coats.

Neely: This shade is a muted and dusty light green. Zoya claims it is a perfect “vintage” shade, and I have to agree! I always love green nail polish, so this was no exception. Great formula, and opaque in only two coats. No complaints here! Looking for a dupe? Check out Bossy Boots (Butter London), which is slightly brighter.

Blu: This shade is a soft baby blue creme. I’m not sure if I go a wonky bottle or if it’s because I took my photos under the sun, but my photo makes this shade look a bit brighter than other swatches I’ve seen. At first glance, it reminded me of Kristen (Zoya), but it’s not nearly dusty or dark enough! The closest dupe I own is Borrowed & Blue (Essie), though Blu is not quite as bright. The formula for Blu was a teensy bit on the thick side, and was opaque in two coats.

Julie: This shade is a dewy lilac shimmer. I was going to describe it as dusty at first, but when it reminded me of No More Waity, Katie (Butter London), I compared the bottles, and Julie is so much brighter! It seemed like a lie to call Julie dusty. In any case, I liked this purple so much more than I thought I would; I think it’s a nail color that would look flattering on many skin tones. Additionally, the formulas for the shimmers in this collection are so easy to work with. Application is forgiving, and I achieved full opacity in only two coats.

GeiGei: This shade is a cheerful cherry blossom pink shimmer. It’s a good fit within this collection, but I think you could find a dupe for it just about anywhere! Still, this is a great pink for spring, and an easy color to match with several looks. Once again, the formula for this shade is easy to work with, and GeiGei is opaque in two coats.

Piaf: According to Zoya, this shade is a “forsythia yellow metallic.”  Forsythia flowers are gorgeous, but I don’t think this shade is bright enough to do the flower justice! And it has slight metallic tendencies, but I’d call this a shimmer before a metallic any day! Still, I really love Piaf. This soft, dusty yellow makes me think of powdered gold dust. It’s got this dreamy quality to it that’s perfect for work or play, and doesn’t quite match anything else in my stash. Once again, I only needed two coats for full opacity. Definitely a keeper!


Out of the cremes, I especially like Jacqueline, but I think that’s because I find it looks great with my skin tone. And out of the shimmers, Julie and Piaf are the winners because I was surprised by how much I ended up liking them on my nails!

Overall, I really love this collection as a whole. Ordinarily, I’m not a fan of pastels, but I like these colors because they are not too washed out and because the dewy/dusty quality lends the collection a sense of uniqueness missing from other similar nail color collections.

Disclosure: Product samples provided by Zoya.

03/28/2013

Color: Desert Sun (China Glaze)Retail Price: $7.00 (USD)
This shade is from China Glaze’s fall 2012 On Safari collection. It is an orange-brown caramel color with a creme finish.
The formula for this shade made it easy to apply, and I needed two coats to achieve bottle color. Speaking of bottle color, Desert Sun dries darker and brighter than it appears in the bottle, though I suppose the “brighter” bit is sort of fitting since this shade is named after the sun!
If you’re looking for something saucy but still work-safe, this might be the color for you!
Disclosure: Product sample provided by China Glaze. 

Color: Desert Sun (China Glaze)
Retail Price: $7.00 (USD)

This shade is from China Glaze’s fall 2012 On Safari collection. It is an orange-brown caramel color with a creme finish.

The formula for this shade made it easy to apply, and I needed two coats to achieve bottle color. Speaking of bottle color, Desert Sun dries darker and brighter than it appears in the bottle, though I suppose the “brighter” bit is sort of fitting since this shade is named after the sun!

If you’re looking for something saucy but still work-safe, this might be the color for you!

Disclosure: Product sample provided by China Glaze. 

03/27/2013

Color: Mermaid’s Dream (Deborah Lippmann)Retail Price: $18.00 (USD)
I’ve been wanting Mermaid’s Dream for a while and finally got my hands on it, thanks to a nail polish swap with Vanessa, who follows Blanket Print Nails on Facebook. Now, in my experience, when you want something really bad for a long time, it sometimes doesn’t live up to your expectations. I’m happy to report that isn’t true in this case!
Mermaid’s Dream is a glittered shimmer with micro gold and seafoam green glitter and large blue hexagonal glitter throughout. I’d say this qualifies as a glittered shimmer because application is so smooth and effortless, unlike many other glitter polishes where the glitter is prone to move around on your nail during application. One coat of this nail polish is pretty dense, but still great to layer over a solid creme (like Deborah Lippmann’s On The Beach, a bright sky blue creme)—perhaps to create a dazzling accent nail. For a fully opaque manicure, I needed two coats of Mermaid’s Dream (as you can see in the photo above). This does dry a little bumpy/rough, so you’ll want to use one or two layers of a thick top coat to finish up your manicure.
Mermaid’s Dream is so stunning it makes my heart ache!! Any nail polish aficionado seriously NEEDS this bottle of perfection. A+, Deborah Lippmann!

Color: Mermaid’s Dream (Deborah Lippmann)
Retail Price: $18.00 (USD)

I’ve been wanting Mermaid’s Dream for a while and finally got my hands on it, thanks to a nail polish swap with Vanessa, who follows Blanket Print Nails on Facebook. Now, in my experience, when you want something really bad for a long time, it sometimes doesn’t live up to your expectations. I’m happy to report that isn’t true in this case!

Mermaid’s Dream is a glittered shimmer with micro gold and seafoam green glitter and large blue hexagonal glitter throughout. I’d say this qualifies as a glittered shimmer because application is so smooth and effortless, unlike many other glitter polishes where the glitter is prone to move around on your nail during application. One coat of this nail polish is pretty dense, but still great to layer over a solid creme (like Deborah Lippmann’s On The Beach, a bright sky blue creme)—perhaps to create a dazzling accent nail. For a fully opaque manicure, I needed two coats of Mermaid’s Dream (as you can see in the photo above). This does dry a little bumpy/rough, so you’ll want to use one or two layers of a thick top coat to finish up your manicure.

Mermaid’s Dream is so stunning it makes my heart ache!! Any nail polish aficionado seriously NEEDS this bottle of perfection. A+, Deborah Lippmann!

03/26/2013

Color: Please Me (M∙A∙C)Retail Price: $16.00 (USD)
This shade is from the M∙A∙C Casual Color collection.  It is a mid-tone warm pink with a creme finish. The formula for this shade was easy to work with (a pleasant surprise after my experience with the M∙A∙C Beth Ditto pastels), and Please Me was opaque in an easy two coats.
Overall, I really like this shade. It has a really sweet, romantic feel, and it’s work-safe, too! Moreover, I think this shade (and any shade in this collection) is perfect if you’re wanting to try out the matching lip and nail color trend.
Disclosure: Product sample provided by M·A·C.

Color: Please Me (M∙A∙C)
Retail Price: $16.00 (USD)

This shade is from the M∙A∙C Casual Color collection.  It is a mid-tone warm pink with a creme finish. The formula for this shade was easy to work with (a pleasant surprise after my experience with the M∙A∙C Beth Ditto pastels), and Please Me was opaque in an easy two coats.

Overall, I really like this shade. It has a really sweet, romantic feel, and it’s work-safe, too! Moreover, I think this shade (and any shade in this collection) is perfect if you’re wanting to try out the matching lip and nail color trend.

Disclosure: Product sample provided by M·A·C.

03/24/2013

Anonymous asked: Hi! I love your blog and I was wondering, do you file your nails so that they are flat instead of rounded at the tips?

Thanks! And yes, I file my nails like that on purpose for two reasons. First, it’s really easy to just file your nails into a straight line, lol. (I’m not sure I have the patience to file my nails in a rounded shape!) And second, I’ve been trying to keep my nails a little shorter, and I think square nails look great short. Of course…sometimes I get busy with life and my nails turn into claws before I have a chance to file them back down again!

Anonymous asked: How do you paint your nails so perfect?? I am amazed! Please tell me, I can never quite get my cuticle area as clean and perfect as i would like.

Honestly, it’s a “practice makes perfect” thing!  Someone else did ask me this before, though, so I have a slightly more detailed answer here. :)

03/01/2013

Color: Exotic Encounters (China Glaze)Retail Price: $7.00 (USD)
This shade is from China Glaze’s fall 2012 On Safari collection. It is a dusty yet bright teal with a creme finish. I know this is a 2012 color, but emerald is the color for 2013, and I think this teal is a fun twist on this year’s trend!
As with all China Glaze cremes, I found the formula very easy to work with. The finish is smooth and glossy, and I needed two coats to achieve bottle color.
Disclosure: Product sample provided by China Glaze. 

Color: Exotic Encounters (China Glaze)
Retail Price: $7.00 (USD)

This shade is from China Glaze’s fall 2012 On Safari collection. It is a dusty yet bright teal with a creme finish. I know this is a 2012 color, but emerald is the color for 2013, and I think this teal is a fun twist on this year’s trend!

As with all China Glaze cremes, I found the formula very easy to work with. The finish is smooth and glossy, and I needed two coats to achieve bottle color.

Disclosure: Product sample provided by China Glaze. 

02/26/2013

Color: Kalahari Kiss (China Glaze)Retail Price: $7.00 (USD)
This shade is from China Glaze’s fall 2012 On Safari collection. China Glaze describes it as a brown, but I definitely think it’s more like a yellowy beige, if anything! On some skin tones, I think this shade would even function great as a work-safe nude.
The formula for this shade makes application smooth and easy (just like most of China Glaze’s cremes), and I needed two coats to achieve bottle color.
Disclosure: Product sample provided by China Glaze. 

Color: Kalahari Kiss (China Glaze)
Retail Price: $7.00 (USD)

This shade is from China Glaze’s fall 2012 On Safari collection. China Glaze describes it as a brown, but I definitely think it’s more like a yellowy beige, if anything! On some skin tones, I think this shade would even function great as a work-safe nude.

The formula for this shade makes application smooth and easy (just like most of China Glaze’s cremes), and I needed two coats to achieve bottle color.

Disclosure: Product sample provided by China Glaze. 

01/29/2013

Infused with Magic and Wonder! Featuring the latest “must-have” nail polish finish – Textured, Matte & Sparkling. This newly developed formula is sure to captivate with a magical sparkle and sugary finish like no other. The color experts at Zoya have created six, long-wearing stunners for the introduction of this look…
Zoya’s spring 2013 PixieDust collection includes the following six shades:
Dahlia - Black Beauty sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
Chyna - Red Dazzle sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
Godiva - Soft Nude sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
Vespa - Mint Kiss sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
Nyx - Perfect Periwinkle sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
London - Fog Gray sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
Instructions for Zoya PixieDust application:
Clean and prep nail using Zoya Remove +
Magic Time! Apply 1 thin coat of Zoya PixieDust to each nail - allow to dry completely (will appear matte with sparkle).
Apply an 1-2 coats of polish (allowing each to dry) as desired. We suggest 2-3 thin coats of Zoya PixieDust for a full coverage manicure.
That’s it - Done! You now have the latest textured nail look in the famous long-wearing, Big5Free Zoya PixieDust Nail Polish formula!
NOTE: Zoya PixieDust Nail Polish dry times are a little slower than with traditional polish but once dry, the Zoya PixieDust formulation will provide extended wear. Best results are achieved by using the product alone. No basecoat or topcoat required. Layering of the Zoya PixieDust formulation with other polishes may produce less than desirable results. Remove Zoya PixieDust by saturating a cotton pad in Zoya Remove + and pressing to nail for a few seconds. Repeat on each nail for best results.
Ultra long-wearing, glossy nail lacquers by Zoya are BIG5FREE - all formulas are completely free of harmful industrial chemicals such as toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin and dibutyl phthalate (DBP) that are known to cause cancer and birth defects.
Starting January 15, 2013, find Zoya Lovely as well as over 300 other ultra high-fashion Zoya shades at zoya.com.
This looks STUNNING and so unique! I have no idea whether or not I’ll love it as much on my nails because I still don’t have enough experience with the textured nail polish trend, but I am way too intrigued not to want to try this as soon as I can! How about you?

Infused with Magic and Wonder! Featuring the latest “must-have” nail polish finish – Textured, Matte & Sparkling. This newly developed formula is sure to captivate with a magical sparkle and sugary finish like no other. The color experts at Zoya have created six, long-wearing stunners for the introduction of this look…

Zoya’s spring 2013 PixieDust collection includes the following six shades:

  • Dahlia - Black Beauty sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
  • Chyna - Red Dazzle sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
  • Godiva - Soft Nude sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
  • Vespa - Mint Kiss sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
  • Nyx - Perfect Periwinkle sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.
  • London - Fog Gray sparkle, exclusive Zoya PixieDust Matte Sparkle formula.

Instructions for Zoya PixieDust application:

  • Clean and prep nail using Zoya Remove +
  • Magic Time! Apply 1 thin coat of Zoya PixieDust to each nail - allow to dry completely (will appear matte with sparkle).
  • Apply an 1-2 coats of polish (allowing each to dry) as desired. We suggest 2-3 thin coats of Zoya PixieDust for a full coverage manicure.
  • That’s it - Done! You now have the latest textured nail look in the famous long-wearing, Big5Free Zoya PixieDust Nail Polish formula!

NOTE: Zoya PixieDust Nail Polish dry times are a little slower than with traditional polish but once dry, the Zoya PixieDust formulation will provide extended wear. Best results are achieved by using the product alone. No basecoat or topcoat required. Layering of the Zoya PixieDust formulation with other polishes may produce less than desirable results. Remove Zoya PixieDust by saturating a cotton pad in Zoya Remove + and pressing to nail for a few seconds. Repeat on each nail for best results.

Ultra long-wearing, glossy nail lacquers by Zoya are BIG5FREE - all formulas are completely free of harmful industrial chemicals such as toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin and dibutyl phthalate (DBP) that are known to cause cancer and birth defects.

Starting January 15, 2013, find Zoya Lovely as well as over 300 other ultra high-fashion Zoya shades at zoya.com.


This looks STUNNING and so unique! I have no idea whether or not I’ll love it as much on my nails because I still don’t have enough experience with the textured nail polish trend, but I am way too intrigued not to want to try this as soon as I can! How about you?

01/25/2013

Lovely, just LOVELY! Spring is awash in six soft and lovely new Zoya shades including three dewy metallics and three fresh blooms of cream. Poetic in nature, this collection is sure to capture the beauty of the season like no other…
Zoya’s spring 2013 Lovely collection includes the following six shades:
Piaf - Fresh Forsythia Yellow Metallic - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Fashion Designer Zang Toi)
GeiGei - Blushing Cherry Blossom Pink Metallic - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Zang Toi/SS13)
Julie - Soft Wisteria Purple Metallic - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Zang Toi/SS13)
Blu - Lucky Hyacinth Blue Cream - Full Coverage
Neely - Earliest Spring Green Cream - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Peter Som/SS13)
Jacqueline - Perfect Magnolia Nude Cream - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Peter Som/SS13)
Ultra long-wearing, glossy nail lacquers by Zoya are BIG5FREE - all formulas are completely free of harmful industrial chemicals such as toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin and dibutyl phthalate (DBP) that are known to cause cancer and birth defects.
Starting January 01, 2013, find Zoya Lovely as well as over 300 other ultra high-fashion Zoya shades at zoya.com.
Spring collections are always difficult for me to swallow because I can’t handle too much pastel, but I think the shades in this collection are just right! Can’t wait to try these out!

Lovely, just LOVELY! Spring is awash in six soft and lovely new Zoya shades including three dewy metallics and three fresh blooms of cream. Poetic in nature, this collection is sure to capture the beauty of the season like no other…

Zoya’s spring 2013 Lovely collection includes the following six shades:

  • Piaf - Fresh Forsythia Yellow Metallic - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Fashion Designer Zang Toi)
  • GeiGei - Blushing Cherry Blossom Pink Metallic - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Zang Toi/SS13)
  • Julie - Soft Wisteria Purple Metallic - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Zang Toi/SS13)
  • Blu - Lucky Hyacinth Blue Cream - Full Coverage
  • Neely - Earliest Spring Green Cream - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Peter Som/SS13)
  • Jacqueline - Perfect Magnolia Nude Cream - Full Coverage (Originally designed for Peter Som/SS13)

Ultra long-wearing, glossy nail lacquers by Zoya are BIG5FREE - all formulas are completely free of harmful industrial chemicals such as toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin and dibutyl phthalate (DBP) that are known to cause cancer and birth defects.

Starting January 01, 2013, find Zoya Lovely as well as over 300 other ultra high-fashion Zoya shades at zoya.com.


Spring collections are always difficult for me to swallow because I can’t handle too much pastel, but I think the shades in this collection are just right! Can’t wait to try these out!

01/06/2013

Anonymous asked: You're back! (Like Voldemort, only I'm much happier about it!) You /are/ back...right?

Haha! Yes, I’m back!

For anyone who actually missed me, I apologize for the extended hiatus. I’ve still been swatching, though, so you’ll see some older reviews popping up. Because sometimes, life takes priority over your nail blog, but not so much so that you can’t sport fabulous nails while you tackle life!

Thanks for sticking with me! :)

01/05/2013

There’s nail art and then there’s China Glaze nail couture.  Reverse French manicure, half moons, ombre, basket weave, dots or racing stripes: nail designs are intricate and multi-colored.  China Glaze introduces a new way to get multi-color, unique nail art with fewer bottles of polish with the new color-changing Tranzitions collection!

China Glaze Tranzitions’ revolutionary new nail lacquer reacts when a clear top coat is applied, changing the color from one shade to another for a stunning effect.  Wear any of the six beautiful, color-shifting shades alone, or allow your creativity to run wild and create intricate nail designs by applying a top coat in specific places.  Try different looks using nail art brushes, free-hand designs or nail guides.  Because each shade changes color, you get two lacquers in one, creating an entirely new look with just one swipe.

The China Glaze Tranzitions collection features six shades, though with the color transition, you get 12 unique shades including:

  • Split Perso-NAIL-ity – Dusty pink shifts to fuchsia
  • Duplicity – Mint green shifts to vibrant teal
  • Modify Me – Periwinkle blue shifts to indigo blue
  • Altered Reality – Teal blue shifts to turquoise
  • Metallic Metamorphosis – Silvery grey shifts to bluish-charcoal grey
  • Shape Shifter – Smokey violet shifts to dark purple

How It Works:

Step 1: Apply a base coat.

Step 2: Apply two coats of China Glaze Tranzitions shade of choice.  Allow to completely dry.

Step 3: Lastly, apply one coat of clear top coat such as China Glaze® Fast Forward and watch the color change right before your eyes.

The China Glaze Tranzitions collection will be available in January 2013 at fine salons and beauty supply stores nationwide.

China Glaze is free of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde. China Glaze nail lacquers are available through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide. For more information, visit chinaglaze.com.


This collection looks really cool, and shows so many possibilities. You can keep things chic with monochrome French or half moon manicures, or bring some subtle nail art into a work safe manicure. Can’t wait until I can play around with these shades!

(Source: blanketprint)

10/26/2012

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Collection: Pink of Hearts (OPI)
Retail Price: $14.95 (USD) for the duo pack

For Breast Cancer Awareness month (October 2012), OPI brought out the Pink of Hearts duo pack, featuring a sweet and sheer pink and a sparkly pink glitter (both with adorable pink ribbon caps). These nail polishes are obviously great to highlight your support for breast cancer awareness, but I think they are perfect spring colors, too!


I Think In Pink: This shade is a light bubblegum pink with a very sheer, creme finish. Whether you wear one coat of this or three (like I have, in order to achieve complete opacity), this delicate color is subtle enough for work, but striking enough to be memorable, too.

You Glitter Be Good To Me: This nail polish features small coppery pink glitter with larger pieces of bright fuchsia glitter in two sizes. To really make a statement, you can layer this on for a fully blinged out look, or you can pair it with I Think In Pink (as I’ve done here) to give an ordinary manicure a little bit of dazzle. You Glitter Be Good To Me would also be a great glitter to use for accent nails on an I Think In Pink manicure!


I love all the versatility this duo pack offers. With only two nail colors, you can create several looks that range from fashionable and work-safe to sparkly and fabulous. Even though I typically don’t like sheer colors, it’s that versatility that makes me love this duo pack. There is something here for everyone, which is what makes this duo pack so awesome. Props, OPI!

Disclosure: Product samples provided by OPI.

(Source: blanketprint)

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