Hey Everyone!! Ok. I do NOT have a dog attached to me at this moment. Bruce Kittlee Master Ninja Warrior has this ginormous puppy scared for his life. The puppy spent the day with me at work and when we got home he would NOT come in the front door because Bruce was standing in the hallway. It is actually quite funny that the big ol dog is afraid of little Bruce but not surprising. Bruce runs the roost! He is at least getting closer to puppy now and acting like he wants to grab his awesome tail but he still doesn't like puppy. He does like dog tails though. He was just attacking Newey's tail.
I have an awesome polish to show you today. I like supporting the little shops and people trying to make it in the world of big business and had heard about Hare polishes before but never got a chance to order when the shop was open. I was able to get my hands on two and quickly realized that I NEED THEM ALL!
This is the awesome Hare polish Bisbee. I used three coats with no underwear. I usually see swatches of this polish over a similar teal/turquoise base color but I wanted to see it on its own.
It is a gorgeous squishy teal/turquoise shade with gold hex glitter. I am iffy on seeing my nail line sometimes but I didn't notice it because this polish is that pretty.
My cuticles and hands are dry because we have a cold front down here in South Florida. It has been in the 60s and my hands have been cold. I love the cold but I avoid things like putting lotion on my hands, drinking too much water and going into the cold bathroom when it is cold out. We also had the doors open at work (my doing) so it was cold inside. My poor cuticles are parched.
Anyway. I have gotten glitter everywhere when taking this polish off but that is ok. I don't mind glitter. I did notice a weird phenomenon when removing this polish. I have had this happen before with another polish but can not remember which one it was. The glitter leaves a strange brown spot on my nail. It comes off when I rub it with acetone but it is funny because I have spotted nails for a minute.
I can't wait to try the other Hare polish. I also can't wait to get the rest of them. I will definitely be adding more Hare polishes to my collection as soon as possible.
Here is another picture of puppy.
Ok, in my warped little mind I had a great idea, put Bisbee over Zoya Trixie. It looked killer in my mind but not so much on my fingers. This picture is two coats of Bisbee over two coats of Trixie.
I had some issues with the glitter getting stuck on my cuticles and when I moved them I messed up the polish around my cuticle. I was not thrilled with the results of this combo, especially when compared to my mental image.
I have no idea what I was smoking when I thought this would work lol. My ring finger on this hand was closer to what I envisioned but still not nearly as cool. This is three coats of Bisbee over the two Trixie.
Trixie made it look a bit frosty which is only good if you are a snowman. I am not. It still wasn't bad and I think that you would have to do a lot worse to make Bisbee look bad.
That's All For Now :)