Julep Carrie Ann

Sometimes after wearing some bolder colors, I just get this urge to wear something more boring - relatively anyway. Here's Julep Carrie Ann, a sheer nude with some subtle holo sparkle: https://www.instagram.com/p/BWHKXwyAaSZ/?taken-by=eternaldecember You can't see the holo sparkle that well in my photos, unfortunately, but it's definitely there and shows up better in brighter light.... Continue Reading →

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Julep Tomi

I finally got around to polishing my nails for the first time in over two weeks! This week's polish swatch: Julep Tomi, the Wonder Maven color from this month's box. Here's two coats, topped with Essie Good to Go top coat, in natural outdoor light (bright sunlight): Tomi is a yummy blue-raspberry-Icee turquoise crelly with fine holographic shimmer. I... Continue Reading →

Julep Hayley & Julep Rosie

I love beets. There may be other ways to describe Julep Hayley's deep red-purple - say, wine or Bordeaux or cranberry - but beetroot describes this color pretty well. Here's two coats on all fingers, other than Julep Rosie (also two coats) on the ring finger, topped with Essie Good to Go top coat, in direct... Continue Reading →

LynBDesigns I am Beyond Impropriety

This is another polish from LynBDesigns' Meet Me at the Abbey collection, I am Beyond Impropriety. Here's two coats, topped with Essie Good to Go top coat, in outdoor indirect natural light (shade): My bottle of I am Beyond Impropriety is a neutral-ish, slightly blue-leaning, slightly dusty lavender crelly base with a good helping of... Continue Reading →

LynBDesigns Defender of the Downtrodden

I'm still alive! Not surprisingly, it's even bigger of a challenge to post regular swatches now that I'm back to working full time and taking care of a newborn, but I'll still be posting when I can. 🙂 Here's LynBDesigns Defender of the Downtrodden from the Meet Me at the Abbey collection, three coats, topped with Essie Good... Continue Reading →

LynBDesigns Slay

Quick swatch post: this one's LynBDesigns Slay, a blazingly neon watermelon red-pink crelly, from the Vocab collection. This is two coats in outdoor natural light - and believe me, it's even brighter and more vibrant in person, as cameras can't capture its fiery fluorescence like our eyes can: Imagine this red-leaning pink in full neon glory, and... Continue Reading →

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