So you all probably know by now that once in a while I search the web to find some of my never ending lemmings. If I manage to find one or two, they’re often being sold for a crazy high price. And although I absolutely love to add them to my collection, I still am not going to pay a ridiculous amount of money for them. OPI‘s Man of La Mancha was on my wishlist for a very long time. This black label polish was discontinued a long time ago and has that typical strong scent to it. This one isn’t too bad though compared to the other oldies that I have. For my photo’s below I applied two thin coats over a black base and topped it with one coat of top coat:This also has a golden sheen to it which my camera couldn’t pick up. It is absolutely gorgeous!What do you think of this one?
And what’s your number 1 lemming? Mine is Rouge Louboutin by Christian Louboutin… *dreams on*
I’m back 🙂 Today I have a gorgeous polish by Dance Legend to show you which, in my opinion is perfect for Fall. This is number 637 from their Velvet Collection:Such a gorgeous shade. It has hints of purple and green. This dries to a velvet finish. I applied three thin coats here with no top coat.The Velvet Collection is available at Hypnotic Polish and can be found here.
There are many lovely shades to choose from.
Here’s a subtle gradient created with Magic Purple Charm (423/552) as my base color and Amethyst (423/469) on the tips of my nails. Both polishes are by El Corazon.I think the shimmery tips complements the sheer base color very well.Grab your Corazon’s at their website or at Hypnotic Polish (worldwide shipping).
Today I have F.U.N. Lacquer‘s Anna to share with you. This one caught my eye the moment it released. When I read that it was going to be discontinued I knew that was the moment I needed to find it. Of course it was sold out almost everywhere. So glad that I managed to get my hands on it, it is such a beauty!The purple glow is more noticeable in real life. The formula is nice and easy to work with. This is three thin coats plus top coat.
I’ve been paying around with color combinations and here’s the result:I have no clue what to call this but I think it turned out quite nice. For my base color I used My Gecko Does Tricks by OPI. Then I added bits of black (China Glaze: Liquid Leather) and gold (Essie: Good as Gold) by using a piece of make up sponge. For the stamping design I used MoYou Pro XL plate 20 and Turquoise and Purple stamping polish by Mundo de Unas. Lastly I applied one coat of my fave top coat HK Girlby Glisten & Glow.:*
Another matte mani today! Here’s Bogeyman, a collab shade by Anna Gorelova and Dance Legend:What an a-w-e-s-o-m-e polish! Flakies everywhere in a dark brown base. Formula wise I thought this would be streaky, but not at all! This is two coats, no top coat.This polish came with its own adjustable cabochon ring which shows the flakies even better:Lovely, isn’t it?