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Zoya Naturel Collection

Zoya Naturel Collection

Hey dolls! Today I have photos for you of the Zoya Naturel collection. These photos are a little delayed because my packaging went missing for about two weeks before it mysteriously showed up at my leasing office after the tracking said it had been signed for while I was out of town. The Naturel collection features six full coverage nudes
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Cult Nails Ms. Conduct

Cult Nails Ms. Conduct

Hey dolls! Today I have photos for you of the second shade released in most recent Cult Nails Midnight Masquerade collection. Cult Nails Ms. Conduct is taupe creme that has brown and purple undertones. The formula was amazing and applied very easily. Ms. Conduct was almost a one coater, but I used two for photo purposes. Ms. Conduct is a
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Mentality Stampers Collection

Mentality Stampers Collection ~ Part 3

Hey dolls! I’m still making my way through some older Mentality releases. The three I’m showing today are all a part of the Stampers Collection. Mentality Foxy is described as a┬ádark brownish red holographic polish with blue green duochrome flashes. This is a really unique shade. The formula was easy to apply and was opaque in two coats. Mentality Wily
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Mentality Stampers Collection ~ Part 2

Hey dolls! I’m back home from Chicago! I’m so glad I left yesterday because the weather was horrible there earlier today. This evening, I have a few more polishes from the Mentality Stampers collection for you. These polishes are of course designed to be used in stamping manis, but I’m showing full swatches to provide an idea of the shade.
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NY & Company Saturn Sunset

NY & Company Saturn Sunset and Teal Garden

Hey dolls! As I mentioned yesterday, I’m out of town at a conference in Chicago so the rest of the posts for this week are scheduled. Earlier this year, I picked up a few more polishes from one of my favorite clothing stores, NY & Company. NY & Company Saturn Sunset is a brown base filled with gold shimmer. The
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Cult Nails Afterglow

Twinsie Tuesday ~ Marching Orders ~ Water Spotted Mani

Hey dolls! The theme for this week’s Twinsie Tuesday was to receive marching order from a fellow member. Heather of Peace, Love, Polish tasked me with creating a water spotted mani using fall colors. I’ve never attempted this type of mani, nor did I ever have any intentions of trying it. Water spotted manis are like water marbling’s little sister.
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Serum No. 5

Serum No. 5 Review ~ Part 2

Hey dolls! Today I have photos for you of a few more pretties from Serum No. 5, including one glitter and two top coats. Serum No. 5 As A Matte’a Fact is a shimmery blue and iridiscent top coat that dries to a suede finish. How cute is the name of this polish?!? The formula was great and applied evenly
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Barielle Sophisticated Lady

Barielle Sophisticated Lady + Giveaway

Hey dolls! Today I have photos for you of the Barielle Sophisticated Lady collection, their second release for this fall. This collection consists of four creme-jelly (crelly) hybrids and one shimmer. Each polish had a really good formula, applied easily, and was opaque in two coats. In Good Taste, a chocolate brown crelly, appeared in both this collection and the
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Barielle Nude & Naughty

Barielle Nude & Naughty Collection

Hey dolls! Today I have photos of the Barielle Nude & Naughty collection, one of their releases for the fall. I have to be honest; when I first saw this collection, I didn’t think most of these shades would be flattering on me. I was pleasantly surprised that they went with my complexion relatively well. Very Bare is a pale
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Zoya Frida Jelly Sandwich

Guest Post on Polished to Precision

Hey dolls! Remember my friend Tiffany, who I encouraged to start a blog once she did a guest post for me during my moving hiatus?! Her blog, Polished to Precision, is blossoming and I have a guest post over there today. Please click here or on the picture to get more details on the jelly sandwich I created using Zoya
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