Sunday, September 12, 2010

Star Ferried Laciness

I fell in love with this color when I saw it in the bottle. It might've been the sparkle that caught my eye. This is the first time I've worn the color and I LOOOOVE it even more! I decided to get crazy with my konad plates. Google returned some pretty awesome results for konad related image searches and I was inspired how creative some 'nad ladies have been.

polish: OPI Meet Me On The Star Ferry (Hong Kong Collection)
konad plate: m69 (for the fishnet & the lace)
konad polish: Konad Special Gold (+ some extra gold powder from Bare Escentuals) Konad Special Dark Purple

And as usual, Seche Vite makes everything smooth and lovely.

caught in a net

I'm not huge on darker colors, but I'm getting used to it. Especially browns. I often feel like my skin looks weird. But I got tons of compliments on the color.

color: China Glaze Ingrid (Vintage 2010 collection)
konad plates: m69 + m71
konaded color: China Glaze Cords (Retro Diva collection) for the net pattern on m69 + Konad Special Polish Psyche Pink for the bow on m71

ruffle-y and orange-y

I like this one a lot. I don't use the color so often, but it's a nice orange.

color: OPI Don't Be Koi With Me
other: white ruffle/ribbon nail seal purchased off of

boldest to date

My camera couldn't capture this polish's true color. It's actually much more rich and saturated than the pictures show. I did like this one a lot but it was so bright it was distracting at work. :P so I only had it on for 1 day.

 The true polish color is right around this color but imagine much richer and slightly shimmery

polish: China Glaze Turned up Turquoise (INK collection)
konad plate: m81
konad polish: black
other: Art Club nail art sprinkles in black stars