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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Incoco Nail Polish Strips in Light as a Feather

 **Brought to you for review by Incoco**
Incoco Nail Polish Strips are dry polish with a base coat, color and top coat all in one. They can last up to 14 days and are easily removable by nail polish remover. Each set is sent with 8 sizes for each hand so you can ensure the perfect fit. If you have never used nail polish strips before, they also provide a fantastic "how-to" video. The color that I am wearing today is LIGHT AS A FEATHER. I am so into gold lately and this satisfies all of my gold and spring needs.
 


Also, if you didn't already see they have their new spring line out- which I am in love with! I am so excited to stock up for the summer. These are so awesome for weekend trips or vacations when I don't want to have to polish my nails. They are all in one and remove just like regular polish. They have the perfect amount of base coat, coats of regular polish and top coat. They are just so awesome. 




Once you picked your shades of choice, the checkout process is very easy and orders over $50 come with free shipping. You all know how I am big on customer service. Well, I was so happy to see that it is clearly displayed and stated on the site that if you are not happy with your nail polish strips, you are able to return easily. Great customer services leads to a great customer! Don't forget to tell them that ColorMeSoCrazy sent you!!







In addition to nail polish strips for your fingernails, they have strips in both designs and solid colors for your toes as well. They also have a Gel Polish line as well as a section for accessories in their shop.




You can find more information about Incoco Nail Polish Strips at the following places. Also, if you are looking to buy what I am wearing, the name is Light as a Feather.
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Monday, April 21, 2014

Nail Art for Nubs

This weeks Nail Art for Nubs is featuring more light, springy and pastel colors. I used my modified waterfall design. The story behind this design is that I tried to copy the waterfall design that I saw being done so many time. Tried being the operative word. I failed. My waterfall lines were all crooked and intertwining. I was soooo mad at myself. I rushed, didn't take the time to do straight lines and now I had a swervy, curvy grass-like looking design.


At first, I was ticked. Then, I took my pics and started to edit. I saw that I actually liked it. I really, really liked it. The way that the lines were intertwining, overlapping and curved made it really unique. 



So, that is how the modified waterfall was born. I do this design often. When I find a new color combo that I really like, I usually do dots or the modified waterfall as the art. 



Also, as you can see... I really nubbed my nails. They are super short because I had breaks on my ring and middle fingers. Boo, to yard work!


Colors Used:
Maybelline- Bold Gold
Maybelline- Bare Escape
Sinful Colors- Snow Me White
Barielle- Queen for the Day 



What do you think of this design?? Do you like it? Is it something you would try? I really, really, really like this color combination. The gold mixed with the pastels is just awesome. 






Sunday, April 20, 2014

The Nail Challenge Collaborative presents Music/Movies/TV

Today, I am starting a little make-up trail because I fell behind in my favorite challenge group. This month's theme is Music/Movies/TV so I decided to kick it off with only 11 days left in the month. So, I am about to bang these out!!

There are some incredibly talented ladies in this group and I am so honored to be a part of it. I have seen soo many great entries so far. This is the problem for starting late every darn month.



Ok-- since it is Easter, I will be doing an Easter theme. Hmmmm what is music, a movie or TV that has to do with Easter??
http://www.impawards.com/2011/hop_ver2.html

HOP!! That's right! I am using HOP! Could you tell?? As you can see, this movie came out 3 years ago and it is still my kids go-to Easter movie. I was so excited when I realized this challenge would match up with Easter.

Hop Movie Nails



Have you ever seen Hop? What do you think? I love cute little animated films. They crack me up and make my kids happy. It's like the best of both worlds.
Hop Movie Nails

Do you have any other favorite Easter movies?? I can't even think of any! This is the only one that came to mind.
Hop Movie Nails

Colors Used:
Maybelline- Bare Escape
Santee- Nude
Revlon- Star Crush
Wet n Wild- Saved by the Blue
NYC- High Line Green
Sinful Colors- Citrine
Hop Movie Nails


Saturday, April 19, 2014

Beauty Blogazons Weekly Roundup

  • Lola's Secret Beauty Blog: Dark circles or puffy eyes? Kiehl's Eye Alert to the rescue!
  • My Newest Addiction Beauty Blog : Laura shows us her new favorite nail polish from Ciate London called Antique Brooch
  • New World Beautiful: These four foreign beauty products have been on my wishlist for months! Check out my finds from Australia, Kenya, Japan, and France