|Here are some blurry pictures to show the holo!|
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Saturday, September 25, 2010
SCENT: A lot of bloggers have been talking about how the smell is nauseating and will give you a headache. To be quite honest, it doesn't smell that bad. Yes it is a strong smell, but it smells just like regular nail polish, but only a very little bit more powerful.
DRYING TIME: This is amazing! It dries my nails was faster than the Orly quick dry drops, and I can only imagine how great it would be if I combined the two.
APPLICATION: Not too thick or thin, and the brush is the same as in their nail colours, so it gave even coverage.
PRICE: Same as their nail colours. They are usually $5.99, but I have a Sally Beauty Club Membership so they were $5.49. (Canadian Currency)
Overall this is a great product and I would recommend this to everyone!
If I forgot to add anything or if you have any questions, feel free to comment below!
|L to R: Liquid Leather, Strong Adhesion base Coat, Emerald Fitzgerald, fast forward Top Coat.|
My camera is acting weird so I couldn't really get a good picture of the nail polish, but I'll do my best to describe it. Okay, so last night I went to Sally Beauty to look for the new Awakening collection but they didn't have it, so I decided to buy some other stuff instead! So first off, I got the base and top coat because the other ones I own cause my nails to peel. I will probably do a review on the top coat in a bit as well. I really didn't want to buy a black nail polish but I did anyways. There is nothing really special about it, but it's kind of sheer. You'd probably need two coats of Liquid Leather to make it opaque, as it is a jelly base. I also got Emerald Fitzgerald from the Vintage Vixen Collection. It's a beautiful deep teal with tiny green flecks that sometimes reflect a turquoise colour. It's a wonderful colour for fall and you only need one thick or two thin coats to make it opaque. i think that sometime soon I will layer emerald Fitzgerald over Liquid Leather and see what happens. Thanks for reading!
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