Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Haul: Nail Polish & Current Nail Polish

These are some nail polishes that I've purchased over the past few weeks.

Sally Hansen had a color come out over the summer called "Hidden Treasure." It really was a hidden treasure because I couldn't find it ANYWHERE! I found a color slightly similar by Sally Hansen called "A Girl's Best Friend" from the Christmas collection. It is a very sheer color but has a lot of fine shimmer that reflects golds, yellows, and pinks.

I have been wanting "Party Hearty" for the longest time. I went to Ulta and they were sold out but they did have this trio for $9.99. It includes "Phat Santa," "Jolly Holly," and "Party Hearty." I love all of the colors. They are perfect for the holiday season. The red (Phat Santa) is my favorite. It's super shiny and is such a buildable color. "Jolly Holly" is a nice shimmery forest green. It looks great with "Party Hearty" on top. The shimmer is goldish and it looks like there is some red thrown in as well. "Party Hearty" is Christmas in a jar. It is by far the most festive glitter polish I have ever seen.

In the latest issue of Seventeen Magazine (the one with Taylor Swift on the cover) there was a coupon for a free Orly nailpolish from Ulta. There were three colors to choose from but sadly by the time I got mine there was only two left. I chose the silver since my silver is dried up. I love it so much, it's so shiny! I painted a french tip over my "Phat Santa" and it reminded me of a Santa hat. I will be painting my nails this combination closer to Christmas :)

The last color is Revlon's "Gray Suede." This color by no means is gray, but more of a nude. It's more a taupe than a gray. This is the color I currently have on my nails. I love it, it's so neutral and perfect for any occasion. Nude colors make your fingers look longer and slimmer...who doesn't love that combination?


  1. I wish we could get those brands here in the UK, youre so lucky! x

  2. These colours are getting me into the Christmas spirit! Cute blog! I followed.