Recently I went slightly obsessed with nail polish. I am not someone who is into nail polish before this. Even painting my own toe nails is such a chore to me. With my previous work requirement to look presentable and meeting corporate clients all the time, painting my nails is not something that I would even consider, unless it’s nude but I’m not into nude at that time 😀 . When I saw that Sephora brought in the Victoria, Victoria Beckham for Nails Inc. London, I got to have it.
Two months ago, I randomly stroll at the nail polish section at Sephora KLCC and stumbled upon this beautiful glitter nail polish by Nails Inc. I was contemplating if I should get it because glitter nail polish can be so gorgeous on the nails but it is an absolute pain to remove. I bite the bullet and got it, happily applied it on my nails and a week later, I needed to remove it as it was chipped all over. I cried. I regretted. I couldn’t understand why I bought the nail polish.
Many months ago I was gifted with this beautiful creamy pink nail polish from China Glaze. It has been sitting in my drawer until recently I changed the shape of my nails and immediately took this out to use. I’ve been saving it for the nails as I knew it will be beautiful, and I was right 😀
Hopeful is the shade that I received. It is a part of a 12 polishes in the United For A Purpose Collection which is also a China Glaze’s 2012 Breast Cancer Awareness release.
The one brand that nail polish geek talk constantly about is Seche. It is also a brand that I see appearing at every nail polish blog. So what exactly is Seche? The first time I ever read about Seche is from a beauty blog but I cannot remember which. It was actually a mixed review so let’s just say I wasn’t interested with Seche since then because of that review. There is one point of time where I was very much into nail polish.
3 weeks ago I had some time off before starting a new job so I looked through my LENNART drawer to find a bright nail polish and I decided on China Glaze #Sass In A Glass which I’ve gotten from recent China Glaze blogger event.
Sass In A Glass is a bright dark pink with a hint of shimmers. The sun was glaring on the day I took the picture before therefore it looked slightly red. Maybe because it’s really dark pink which resulted in reddish picture.
Hello & happy Saturday! Weekend is here which means my 1 week holiday is coming to an end very soon :(. I’ve been very busy this week attending events and personal matters and today I wanna share with you a pretty nail polish from China Glaze by the name of Fifth Avenue.
Fifth Avenue is a creamy, thick and smooth polish. It’s thick but not gluely at all. The color is darker in real but my camera fail to capture the color.