Monday, November 29, 2010

Dot Dot Dot

Hello again!
Break is over so it is back to school for me. Only a 12 days left however! hooray! This also means that I am swamped with papers, finals, and presentations... As well as trying  up to finish my research but it is very difficult when the Skinner box malfunctions  >_<

On to the nails!

I was dying to try out my first Sparitual polish. That is the most amazing smelling nail polish I have ever come across. It's not suffocatingly overwhelming like most other brands :)

Free spirit is not an exciting color (its the creamy beige accent fingers) but I was in desperate need of an off-white polish and someone was willing to trade for it on MUA.
I quite love this polish though. It is a little on the sheer side but it dried quickly and the smell made it pleasant.
Overall nice experience with this brand :)

I felt it was a little plain so I added some layered dots on the rest (and stripes)
Sparitual in Free Spirit
China glaze in For Audrey
China Glaze in Solar Power
Petites color fever in Figi
Sally Hansen in Lively Lilac

Tadah!

Went to the State Museum earlier this month and they had one of those nifty static lightning balls and I couldnt resist!



Until next time ^_^

6 comments :

Kelly said...

This is so cute :) I love the colors

Samantha said...

thanks you :) cant go wrong with For Audrey

my leetle nails said...

I love the combo you did, and you're right, can't go wrong with For Audrey! It's a very versatile polish!

KarenD said...

The dots on dots on your index and pinky fingers are great!

Samantha said...

thank you my leetle nails, Im so afraid that China Glaze is going to discontinue it or something... it would be terrible! haha

Karen D, thanks :) I first heard about layered dots when I went to a "paint your own pottery" place this summer. I thought it was such a neat idea!

Varnish Vixen said...

Hahaha. Love the static balls! I really love your dots...mine never look that good (they usually look like chicken pox!)

Monday, November 29, 2010

Dot Dot Dot

Hello again!
Break is over so it is back to school for me. Only a 12 days left however! hooray! This also means that I am swamped with papers, finals, and presentations... As well as trying  up to finish my research but it is very difficult when the Skinner box malfunctions  >_<

On to the nails!

I was dying to try out my first Sparitual polish. That is the most amazing smelling nail polish I have ever come across. It's not suffocatingly overwhelming like most other brands :)

Free spirit is not an exciting color (its the creamy beige accent fingers) but I was in desperate need of an off-white polish and someone was willing to trade for it on MUA.
I quite love this polish though. It is a little on the sheer side but it dried quickly and the smell made it pleasant.
Overall nice experience with this brand :)

I felt it was a little plain so I added some layered dots on the rest (and stripes)
Sparitual in Free Spirit
China glaze in For Audrey
China Glaze in Solar Power
Petites color fever in Figi
Sally Hansen in Lively Lilac

Tadah!

Went to the State Museum earlier this month and they had one of those nifty static lightning balls and I couldnt resist!



Until next time ^_^

6 comments :

Kelly said...

This is so cute :) I love the colors

Samantha said...

thanks you :) cant go wrong with For Audrey

my leetle nails said...

I love the combo you did, and you're right, can't go wrong with For Audrey! It's a very versatile polish!

KarenD said...

The dots on dots on your index and pinky fingers are great!

Samantha said...

thank you my leetle nails, Im so afraid that China Glaze is going to discontinue it or something... it would be terrible! haha

Karen D, thanks :) I first heard about layered dots when I went to a "paint your own pottery" place this summer. I thought it was such a neat idea!

Varnish Vixen said...

Hahaha. Love the static balls! I really love your dots...mine never look that good (they usually look like chicken pox!)