Hey Everyone! Don't you love technology? It has been one of those days where my computer has been on the verge of taking flying lessons all day. I also just texted my son's teacher asking him about a money order situation that was actually supposed to be sent to df instead. *FACEPALM* On the good side of technology I am in the process of setting up a Facebook page for the blog. We shall see how that goes. I am hoping it is cooperative but I won't be able to finish it until I get home tonight. Also a reminder for all of you who were interested in the Smitten Polish Shipwrecked Collection, Noelie will be launching (haha I love the unintentional pun) tomorrow June 4th at 3pm Central Time.
Today I have for you one of the Polish Revolution colors from yesterday's post.
Yes, I know this is a Sation polish. I am not crazy. This is Sation 3 Free-dom from the 2012 Nailstock Collection.
I used 3 Free-dom as my base coat.
I thought this would go nicely as a base coat. Sation calls it a "creamy putty-taupe" but it looks pretty gray on me. It is a really pretty color and ended up being the perfect base.
The first Polish Revolution polish I had to try was Grin and Bare It from the 2013 Springing Forward Collection.
Grin and Bare It has a gorgeous milky base with copper, brown, iridescent and periwinkle glitter.
Yeah, I know, I posted two bottle shots because I LOVE THIS POLISH!
I wanted to do something different with this polish so I decided to go for a gradient. Instead of doing all my nails the same I decided to alternate the gradient scheme.
I used one coat of Grin and Bare It on my ring finger as an accent nail.
This polish blended perfectly with 3 Free-dom which made me very happy.
The sunlight didn't make me very happy. I wasn't happy with the sun shots but LOOK at that polish. I kept them in anyway because I love the color combination of Grin and Bare It and omg those iridescent glitters.
The formula was excellent. It applied itself really.
I am REALLY impressed with this polish. It was a breeze.
What amazed me even more is that I didn't need to use a coat of Gelous to smooth out the glitter. One coat of Seche Vite and this mani was smooth as can be.
How do I know have ALL of the Polish Revolution polishes already? If the rest of them are as well behaved and gorgeous as this one I am going to need them all!
Looking at these pictures is making me want to use this polish again.
If you haven't checked out Polish Revolution yet I highly encourage you to!
That's all for now :)