I’m still hunting for that perfect shade of red, and I came close this weekend when I bought Cherry on Top from Nicole by O.P.I. I’m wearing a topcoat in these pictures, so the finish without it is not so glossy.
Archive for May, 2011
I’m not a fan of China Glaze (that’s another story), but if you are, I saw this display at Sally’s the other day of their new Island Escapes Collection for summer.
Honestly, I do admire that China Glaze always has a plethora of colors to choose from. This collection though, seems ho-hum. I haven’t seen any summer collection this year that had a wow factor anyway, but this is just plain in my opinion. You can get a closer look here.
Black and white. In fashion those two seemingly plain primary colors can make a very bold statement. Understated glamour is sometimes better than blatant glamour. That being the case, I still never wore black or white nail polish. I didn’t think that I would ever find black nails anything but depressing and white nails anything beyond boring, but I wanted to try something different. This week I played around, and this is what I came up with.
I was looking for a new nail color, something hot pink to be exact. Orly’s Oh Cabana Boy is just the color I was looking for. This color pops! As soon as I got in my car after purchasing it, I was applying it to my nails before I even put the key in the ignition.
Just about everything claims to be high-definition today, from T.V.’s, to cameras, to makeup, so why shouldn’t nail polish companies get in on the action? Sally Hansen did with their HD Hi-Definition Nail Color. It has been around for a while, and since I haven’t reviewed any Sally Hansen products beyond their Salon Effects, here we go.