Did you see I had another post today? If you'd like to see my review of April's Birchbox, click HERE.
Hello (again!) Fireflies!
Wow, huh? Feast your eyes on the holo multichrome blurple goodness that is Girly Bits Go And Shake A Tower. I don't know what the reference is, but it always makes me think of Tina Turner's Shake a Tail Feather.
So, I'll go shake a tail feather! Because this polish is gorgeous, and I'm taking it dancing.
Normally, if I'm doing a tape mani, I'll paint the base color, tape off the top, and then paint the tips. But, after wearing the holo alone, I wanted to add a creme to the top. Because I can't do anything the easy way, it seems. I did pick an easy blurple creme, though. The gorgeous China Glaze Queen B.
In addition to using clear tape, I've discovered Washi (scrapbooking) tape and a rubbery tape from Scotch that both work really well - even better than clear tape - for doing tape manis. The Washi tape was in the $1 section at Target (on clearance for a quarter!) and the rubbery tape was also on clearance there for about $1. I got it in purple (hubby's fave color) so I could give it to him in case it didn't work for me. Multitasker!
Aren't these metallic blue diamond studs the coolest? I've lost track of where I bought them, but I think they're from +Winstonia Store.
Bottle shot: Girly Bits Go And Shake A Tower, and China Glaze Queen B.
I'm digging how the polish cuts the nail diagonally, and the stud cuts it vertically, but neither with a straight line. Kinda gives the illusion of length, doesn't it?
And the shiny is a distraction! Oooh, shiny....