There I said it.I've been reading a lot of blogs lately. A LOT. Most of them have been comics like
- Girls with Slingshots by Danielle Corsetto (Yay Sprinkles!)
- Something*Positive by Randy Milholland (Yay Choo-Choo Bear crossovers!) and
- XKCD (Have to love geek comics with stick figures)
Don't get me wrong, the colors are brilliant in the blue with white polka dots, but I love to change it up. Today, for instance, they are Snow with Significant Other Color (OPI) over the top, which partially makes them look dirty and partially gives them a pretty pink/orange/green shimmer. The color is very pretty by itself, even if it's a bit translucent after 2 coats and you can still see a nail line. I might try it over a more muted color than the Snow. I've also got a few more colors on the way that I'll have to swatch up and post, but here's the Significant Other Color.
I've also got the For Audrey (China Glaze) that I ordered a while back. I'm really digging the China Glaze colors, although the formula seems almost different for each one. Some are very smooth and thin and some are really gloopy, but dry nice without streaking in two coats. I don't like to put more than that, because it tends to get too thick and chips super easy. Here's the For Audrey.
Please excuse the horrible images, but my phone doesn't take the best images in bad lighting. These are both one coat of NailTec Maintenance Plus with two coats of polish and one coat of China Glaze Holographic Top Coat.
Anyway, I started this blog with the intention of giving you two of the new blogs I've been reading a lot. The first is The Daily Nail (http://daily-nail.blogspot.com). She is trying to do 365 different designs in 365 days and so far, she's doing well. I don't have the patience to change my polish every day, but she's got some great designs and I've gotten to see some of the Konad plates from her. The second I want to share is Polish or Perish (http://polishorperish.blogspot.com) She's got some great swatches of color and I suggest checking her out before buying because she gives a good detail on how it applies and how many coats they need to make it opaque. The third, is Dr. Frankenpolish (http://drfrankenpolish.wordpress.com/) and this one is all about showing you what mixed polishes look like. It's got some pretty colors and it's another good way to see what colors go best with others.
I think that's it for today. If you have a favorite blog or site you look at for polish, just leave your response below. And to borrow from Ray William Johnson, "So forum," What color are your nails?