What a busy week this has turned out to be! I took an extra day off this week since I had planned a bunch off Easter stuff with my nephews this weekend, but I’m still tired even though I had a short work week. One of the new things that I am planning to start is getting my butt to the gym. You don’t know how long I have put off going to the gym, but I am going to force myself to take the first step. Physically, I have been feeling terrible for a long time, but it seems like my close brush with death last year did not sufficiently motivate me. Seriously…what will it take? I guess that I am just tired of feeling bad and it’s depressing that feeling terrible is my normal. Anywho, I hope that this is my first step to a better me. As for today’s Vintage Polish Friday, I have another beautiful sating finish polish to share with you: Orly Satin Finesse. Let’s take a look at some swatches.
I love purple nail polish so much, and this is no exception. Like all of the polishes from the Orly Satin Hues line, the polish formula is ridiculously thin and dries in a flash. Even though this color is dark, it still needs 3-4 coats for full opacity. Not surprisingly, I have worn this polish many times. I don’t know why I suddenly felt the need to top coat it so I used this gorgeous flaky polish: Nubar 2010.
I absolutely adore flaky polishes like this. The color shift is so pretty and it automatically transforms any polish. I’ve got to be honest: I’m a little afraid to use this since Nubar went out of business and they were somewhat involved in the Mentality fiasco. I’ll update you if my nails fall off. (Kidding…but not kidding!)
Anyway, I hope you’re having a great day and that you have a great weekend. Talk to you on Monday!
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