But for all you know, it’s the same flavour. You’d have to try each one to find out though and I would be first in line for that.
The descriptions says “Turn any boring situation into a hilarious romp with this wacky ewok disguise. Just throw it on when you’re feeling blue and instantly everything will seem not so bad.” I’m inclined to agree.
A dreamy capture of a sweet, summer romance. Oh so dreamy.
The other day I passed by Terry White Chemist shop and they had a whole load of nail polish on sale for $2 each. I couldn’t resist picking up a few. Nail polish is just one of those girly things that I indulge in a lot more than I would with make-up or fashion, simply due to the price. And I love looking at my nail colours when I’m working and typing away at the keyboard. Go rainbow nails, go!
Ulta3 Nail Colour in Lagoon went on pretty smoothly, only took me 2 regular coats to give it that shiny finish and it had a reasonable drying time.
NYC Nail Colour in Citrus was this bright, neon yellow polish. It took way too many thick coats (3+) and because of that it took way too long to dry. I clearly don’t have any patience since regular coats were too sheer for my liking. Since I was using my left hand to apply on my right hand, I was very messy with the application.
For the price that I paid, I couldn’t really expect too much from them. It’s instant gratification at its finest. Though it wouldn’t count as instant if Citrus took forever to dry, now would it?
Oh yeah, both had a pretty strong smell but NYC was even worse. Even when I got to bed, I had to keep my hands away from my face so I wouldn’t smell them. I think that might be a bad sign, yah? Meh.
So far Sally Hansen’s Complete Salon Manicure and Rimmel 60 Seconds Nail Polish collections are my drugstore faves. Their brushes are pretty good, consistency is awesome (not too thick or thin) and drying time are reasonable, though Rimmel’s truly dries, amazingly fast!
What’s on your nails today? Do you change them up often or do you stay au natural?
Until next time, sprinkle hearts!
You can’t go wrong with this collection of songs. It’s uplifting and easy to rock out to, especially when you’re retail inspired. All you have to do is sign up Longchamp’s Newsletter which is pretty dang smart from a marketing perspective. Those dudes get another email to send out more sales information and you get a fun playlist, everyone wins.
Songs included in Kate Moss for Longchamp playlist:
- Tainted Love by Soft Cell
- I’m Waiting For The Man by The Velvet Underground
- Johnny B. Goode by Chuck Berry
- I’m Coming Out by Diana Ross
- I Feel Love by Donna Summer
- Creeque Alley by The Mamas & The Papas
- There She Goes by The La’s
- Love Spreads by The Stone Roses
- You Really Got Me by The Kinks
- You’ve Got The Love by Florence & The Machine
Enjoy nibblets, and sprinkle hearts!
Super cute canvas tote, with wide straps and a button snap. I always find useful to have reusable totes around, even ones from groceries but this is super cute! Hearts it!
Sprinkle hearts interweb babes!
Mare-io, this one’s for you! We can be laptop buddies with this because we’ve got attitude.
Wow ring. Yowza price. Still, I hearts it.
Note: Kaya Scodelario, Instyle UK July 2010
Got this the other day, a total impulse shop but worth it! It's Green with Envy, 60 Seconds by Rimmel London. The brush is smooth and spreads the polish on pretty well, it's also a very fast drying so it's OK to put it on a little thickly for one layer. I love this shade of shimmery green, almost turquoise? While putting it on, the colour reminded me of the Little Mermaid, in a sexy way.
I want these outfits for adventuring!
If I had a fancy hat, I could be a cute kitty or a lovely lady. Both are great options.