Tag: brown

Color Club Take the Stage

Color Club ‘Take the Stage’ from the Backstage Pass Collection is another glitzy stunner from the collection! This polish is a clear base jam-packed with golden glitter and holographic flakes of glitter – oh yes, I said flakes! This collection is really awesome, I tell you! I paired two coats of Take the Stage over Sinful …

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Color Club Foiled Collection

Color Club has released a new polish collection called “Foiled,” a set of polishes with molten metal, chrome-like finishes. When I first caught a glimpse of this collection at CosmoProf, I was really into it. I haven’t seen a good foil collection in a while – note I said collection – and I suddenly craved that …

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Essie’s Got a Brand New Bag: Fall 2011 Collection

Essie’s fall offering is a collection of six, autumn-appropriate hues inspired by one of my other obsessions – handbags! Essie’s inspiration for this collection of cremes came from the clean lines, simple elegance and colors of post-war handbag styles. “The accessories that you wear and carry say so much about who you are and who you …

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Once Upon a Time with Orly

It’s totally awesome that my first foray into Orly nail polish is its upcoming Once Upon a Time fall 2009 collection. At first look, I loved every color in this collection, from juicy Poison Apple orange-red to milk chocolate Prince Charming. It is one of the rare times I have ever looked at a nail polish collection and …

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Drugstore Finds: Rite Aid

Since my 5 & 10 finds and adventure  in Jim Thorpe, PA the weekend before last, I’ve been thinking a lot about the experience of buying makeup at the drug store. Not everyone wants to spend a lot of dough on things like nail polish, eye shadow or lip gloss. Hello! We’re in a recession! …

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Swatches: China Glaze Retro Diva preview

With its Retro Diva collection, China Glaze is putting a twist on its tagline – from “Live in Colour” to “Relive in Colour.” Although I’ve heard that it seems to be a 70s-themed collection, it took me back to the 80s as well (you’ll see what I mean!). Some of the names – like Cruisin’ and Free Love – …

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