Have you checked out Mozaic in Limegrove yet? Excellent customer service and lookka that packaging!
In their sale bin they had a few of the Liquid Sands polishes. I found this gem...
Gorgeous; and it can be worn alone too. Two coats is magic. Speaking of glitter polishes, Kim from Bajan Beauty Blog told me that the ones from Butter London were her favourite. I took her advice:
I went to Sugar Cane Club's Spa again because I just love that massaging pedicure chair. The Manager, Barbara, hooked me up; it was great talking polish with her too :)
So I wouldn't feel guilty, I took my own polishes to get my toes and fingers done.
I have a weakness for hot pinks!
I'm currently wearing:
If you're looking for some glitter polishes check out the new ones Collins has from the L'Oreal Color Riche line.
Recently I went to see what new goodies were at Bio Beauty (435-9306). They also carry O.P.I polishes.
'It's Frosty Outside' (two coats)
I was surprised at how much I enjoyed that. You're not supposed to put a topcoat on those; I did and I could still feel the texture of the polish. It reminded me that I had a China Glaze glitter that I hadn't used in a while...
'Fishwife' (two coats)
Errrrrrrrrrrrmahgad. Holographic heaven. Those Butter London polishes cost $39.45BDS so make sure you pick unique colours. Also, use a basecoat like Orly 'Bonder' or CND 'Stickey'; when I put this over the Nail Tek II it smudged very easily.
My sole dud was this p2 yellow polish but it sparked my current hunt for the perfect yellow and red, shade and formula. I'll chalk this experience up to user error. Cream polishes often give me trouble.
'Summer To Go!'
Jessica Simpson wedges from Strut
Sally Hansen Hard As Nails 'Firm Fig'
O.P.I 'Can't Find My Czechbook' from the Euro Centrale collection with a Sally Girl glitter
I don't know why they don't put the names on the minis!
That O.P.I required three coats to make it even (again, could just be user error) and it really made me appreciate glitter polishes even more. They're great at disguising streaky cream manicures.
I have no quarrels with this Orly formula though...
'Ma Cherie' (two coats)
Wedges are from ShoeDazzle
After using Wet n' Wild MegaLast 'I Red A Good Book' the other day I'm searching for the perfect red (shade and formula) for me.
As seen in Collins today
And if you're wondering how to effectively clean up your mistakes, watch this video YouTube vlogger Nicole of Young Wild and Polished did: