Woohooooooo the Winter/Holiday Collection is live at the shop!The top row show Elbaite, Grinch Village and Shooting Stars. And the bottom row show Pepparkaka, Pisaster and Game Over.
For this Holiday season I also created a gift set which includes a white crelly polish called Miss Le Toe. This is packed with red and green glitter plus gold shimmer.
In this gift set you’ll also find a tin of Cuticle Food with the scent of Christmas candy. This comes in a limited edition silver tin. And that’s not all. You’ll also receive two mani fizzies again with the scent of Christmas candy. Of course these goodies are packaged in lovely seasonal packaging (silver/gold).
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Here’s some nail art that I did using the Wolf Pack Trio which has launched at the shop beginning this month.
First up, Alpha. This is a black based red/brown-isch hue with red shimmer and a holographic finish.Next is Beta, a yellow holographic polish which looks either ochre, chartreuse of yellow depending on your skin tone. And last but not least is Omega, a teal hue also with a holographic finish.The Wolf Pack Trio is available at my shop. You can also find more photo’s of these there 🙂
Exciting news! The pre sale of the SAMCRO Collection (part 2) had begun! During the pre sale, which ends July 6th, the six polishes of this collection are lowered down in price. Grab your fave’s now and save €1,00 per bottle or €5,00 for the entire 6 piece collection.
The official release is August 1st (regular price).
Please note that all orders that contain on or more polishes from the pre sale will start shipping July 15th. This collection consists of six new polishes inspired by the Sons of Anarchy: The star of this collection is An Ode To The Fallen Sons, a deep purple jelly packed with rainbow flakies and red shimmer: Filthy Phil: Ratboy: Cara Cara: Retaliation:
And last but not least, Mayans:
Anything caught your eye? Head over to the shop to view more pics and grab your fave(‘s) 🙂
Just a quick note to let you know that PA has had a little makeover. How exciting!
The current round bottles with black caps are making room for new square ones with a white cap. The brush is the same as with the round bottles, flat. Future batches come in these new bottles:
Today is a special day. Because as of today KeepS’Myelinis available at the shop. Why so special? Well, because I designed this polish to raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis. €1,00 of every sold bottle will be donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
MS is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body.
There is as yet NO CURE for MS… Keep S’Myelin is an orange holographic polish with golden flecks running throughout. More pictures can be found at the shop. For more info about MS, please visit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society website here.
Help find a cure before MS gets on my last nerve!
In advance, thank you from the bottom of my heart to help raise awareness!
Here’s an extra post to show you the newest addiction to the shop. Meet At The End of the Rainbow, an intense lavender holographic glitter polish. Not your ‘regular’ holographic awesomeness though. This sparkles like crazy. Shown here is two coats plus top coat:Natural daylight:And a macro bottle shot in direct sunlight:Like it? Get yours at the shop 🙂
Catrice recently released a new limited edition collection called Viennart. Today I have two of the four polishes from this collection to show you.For my base I used two coats of Vienna Rose Woods. This has a lovely shimmer running throughout which sadly my camera refused to capture. The formula is nice but I think you’ll need three thin coats for full coverage when you wear it on its own. The warm red is called ARTful Red, also two coats. I love that one. It has a gorgeous shimmer or are these flecks? Either way, it is so pretty! The formula is perfect and it has a great pigmentation. This turned out to be a pretty combination, don’t you think?