Although english is not my native language, I decided to write this blog in english. This is simply because most of the blogs I follow myself are written in english, and everytime I find a promising blog in a language I do not understand, I'll get a little bit sad. So bear with me, maybe my handle on the language isn't always perfect, but my intentions are good.
Giveaways I like!
Never Ending Obsession is having a Birthday Giveaway. Give the girl some happy wishes and get a chance to win some smelly color Clubs ! Open until Nov 24.
Raeven who writes the blog Let Me See Ur Peacock (very funny name, right?) is having not one but two giveaways. This one ends November 30 and is featuring 3 lovely Nicole polishes.
Here is Raevens other giveaway, made up from some of her favorite stuff. Open until December 15.
This is old school CND, Shiitake Happens. I wasn't sure at all of this color in the bottle. but it turned out I liked it very much.
It is a muted orangey coral color that goes very well with my skin tone. It reminds me of fall. Not the vampy dramatic fall, nor the bright maple leaf fall. More the soft blush of the rose hip or the golden glow of the black currant leaves left in my garden.
This is two coats over Nubar Foundation, no top coat. Ridges are all my own and not the polish fault ( I have to start using ridge filler). It dried kind of slow and I managed to bump it a little bit but a new coat the next day took care of that.
This is a polish I thought I would probably use only once. No I'm not so sure anymore. Shiitake Happens is staying in my Helmer until next time I'll need some subtle fall on my nails.
*whispers* Ladies, guess what, tomorrow I'm going on my first date with someone "not husband" in 20 years! Yes, of course I choose the polish just for the name :-)
This is Misa For the Woman on the Verge. 3 coats over Nubar Foundation. No top coat, it is so shiny and lovely without so I just skipped the top coat. I never do that, but Misa makes me do unusual things.
The color is a dusty mauve with quite a strong shimmer in it. But there is something else going on there too. Look at the second picture, there is some multicolored micro glitter! You can't see this with the naked eye, but it makes the color much more interesting. It has a secret, just like the woman on the verge..
The more Misa polishes I try, the more I love them. Perfect brush, good formula and interesting colors. The polish does take some time drying and I did make a small dent on my ring finger hurrying to get sun pictures. But with a little licking it's almost invisible again. (that's right, the tongue is the poor womans Orly Smudge Fixer ;-D )
As a totally unexpected bonus, this polish is a perfect match to my camera. Look here!