Although I’m done with my 31 days of simplifying my life, I’m still trying to do bits and pieces in my everyday living.
Today I tackled my phone. I started with the applications on my iphone. Anything that I haven’t touched in the past 3 months got deleted.
Next was my contacts list. This might sound ruthless but people on my phone list that I have not talked to in the last 3 years got seriously evaluated. Those friendships that I wanted to rekindle, I sent them a text message or added them to my list of friends to call. Those that I didn’t, well… those got deleted.
Now my phone list is much cleaner and filled with people whom I want to interact with 🙂
Today I bring Diamond Cosmetics Nail Polish in The Naughty Intern. Interesting name 😀 I wonder what type of intern will wear deep red nail polish 😉
I did some work so the nail polish shows some tip wear despite me applying this just last night.
2 coats with poshe top coat.
This is a basic red creme with a brownish tint to it. It’s nice & opaque in 2 coats & application was easy & smooth.
A keeper for me! 😀
You can buy this from Diamond Cosmetics’ website here.
*** Not affiliated with Diamond Cosmetics & the above nail polish was purchased by myself.
Before I start, in case you didn’t know, I’m doing a blog sale of the elusive Clarins 230 nail polish here. Do check it out 😀
OPI Absolutely Alice is one of my favourite blue glitters. However this was limited edition and is starting to become hard to find color. When I saw someone use this recipe, I had to give it a try!
Try guessing which was my franken & which was OPI Absolutely Alice 😀
Answer: The one on top in the first 3 pictures (left in the last picture) is OPI Absolutely Alice.
Pretty close in my opinion! 😀
I used the LA Colors Art Deco Nail Art nail polishes (skinny bottles with thin brushes) in blue & gold. It is an estimated 8:2 or 9:1 ration of blue to gold. I just poured without measuring so this is an estimate. 😀
So for those of you who missed out on OPI Absolutely Alice, this is a cheap way to get something similar for alot less!
*** I purchased all polishes shown.
*** You can find Art Deco nail polish at the Dollar Tree in most areas.
As Halloween approaches, I’m undecided as to what nail polish I wanted to wear for that day. Black glitter seems to be gathering a fair amount of interest so I figured I’ll franken a orange nail polish with black glitter!
Here is the result
This is 2 coats of the nail polish with no top coat.
I used Wet & Wild Mango Madness, Orly Old School Orange & black glitter.
What do you think?
** All these nail polish were purchased by me.