I really fell for the colour in this bottle the first time I saw it: it’s a sky-blue that has enough brightness to it to keep it out of pastel territory. But as I’ve mentioned, the thick formula of this line makes it a little tricky to apply—I had some streakiness and my too-thick coats caused it to chip prematurely.
I don’t know if I’d use this polish on my own again; I still can’t decide if this shade is right for my skin tone. I’d love to use it in a cupcake mani though.
Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Peachy Breeze • Konad white polish • Konad image plate m20
I really like this polish: it’s a really fun, bright coral that’s perfect for the beach. Insta-Dri polishes have a somewhat thick formula that takes getting used to, but can be opaque with just one coat. I’ve been wearing it for 4 days with no chips or tipwear. You can see that the flowers got a little smudged when I was applying the top coat though T__T
As mentioned in yesterday’s fotd, I took a roadtrip over the border into Washington in search of American makeup goodies and deals. In Canada I rarely come across buy one get one sales, but there were tons at Walgreens. After looking at everything I picked up, I realized I bought a lot of Wet n Wild. It’s one of those brands that is ridiculously cheap and but isn’t cheap quality. There are lots of WnW products that I haven’t seen in Canada.
The spoils of war:
From top, left to right: Tokidoki Pittura Brush Set, Wet n Wild Mega Liner liquid liner in 863 Turquoise, Yes To Carrots C Me Blush Lip Tint in Coral Sunshine, Wet n Wild MegaGlo Illuminating Powder in Strike-A-Pose-Rose, Wet n Wild Ultimate Sheer Tinted Moisturizer SPF 15 in 182 Natural, Hard Candy Moon Glow, Sally Hansen by Carmindy Natural Powder Blush in Cherub, NYC Extreme Lip Glider gloss in 525U Big Apple Red, Wet n Wild ColorIcon eyeshadow palette in 248 Lust, Victoria’s Secret Silky Eye Shadow in Rich