Silly Lily Bunny Eggs – Review & Giveaway

The weekend has arrived, and I don’t think anyone is as glad and relieved as me. I am in serious need of some bed rest, and so far that is all I have planned for this weekend. Of course I’m going to try to get some blog stuff done so I don’t feel so pressured and rushed to get things done during the weekend. I know I’ve said it before, but I am seriously bummed that I have been neglecting my blog so much since I started working. Hopefully once my training is over and I have my regular schedule, I’ll have more time to dedicate to my blog and reading all the awesome blogs I’ve been neglecting as well.  Tonight I ended up spending some time with one of my friends and we went out for coffee and then watched a movie at my place. It was a low-key evening which is exactly what I needed. I also took a little break to paint my nails which is what I’m going to show you now. Behold, Silly Lily Bunny Eggs.


Ok, this isn’t Bunny Eggs, but I wanted to show you what base color I decided to use. This beauty is Illamasqua Velocity. I’ve worn it quite a few times in the past, and I thought that the lovely light purple would make an amazing base for Bunny Eggs. As always, the formula on Velocity was perfection.

Silly Lily Bunny Eggs Swatch

I know Easter is still far away, but how cute is this polish? I don’t think that my pictures do it justice. It’s just so delicate and bright at the same time. I have to say that I felt that the polish was a little on the thick side so I did have to add some thinner so that I could apply it without causing a mess. I have come to realize that this is the norm when a glitterbomb is involved. I think that they key to applying a polish like this is to use very thin coats which is what I did. I applied 2 thin coats here.

And now, here is your chance to win your very own bottle of Silly Lily Bunny Eggs! Use the widget below to enter and don’t forget to share with your friends! As always, this giveaway is open internationally but please make sure that you know the customs regulations of your country. With all the issues surrounding international shipping, I just want to make sure that you understand that I will not be responsible for those problems but will do my best to make sure that your package arrives safe and sound should you live outside the US and you win the polish.
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I think I’m posting this just in the nick of time before midnight here on the west coast. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Be safe if you’re planning to have some Super Bowl festivities. Thanks for stopping by today and I will talk to you later!


Disclosure: The products featured in this post were purchased by me. Silly Lily Bunny Eggs was purchased by me at a reduced rate for review and giveaway purposes.  For more information, please see my disclosure policy tab here.

11 thoughts on “Silly Lily Bunny Eggs – Review & Giveaway

  1. I really love the illamasque. I can never spell this polish hey. Anyway it’s a very pretty purple.

    Bunny Eggs I agree is delicate and soft and VERY gorgeous!!

    Glad you’re getting some rest my dear 😀 you deserve it! Busy, hard week!!! @->–
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  2. I was JUST window shopping and put this in my basket. This gives me a valid reason not to hit the buy button…yet 😉

  3. Ooohhh I love this polish!! I am realizing too that it seems like all the super glitter bombs has that thick gummy base which is wonderful because the glitter never settles and gets all stuck at the bottom (Orly!!!!) but it does cause application issues for me. I have to be really careful not to get 1000 air bubbles in my polish. 🙁 I wish I had a better method, I feel like if I try to do thin coats like you did, I’d end up with no glitter on my nails. I’m hopeless. Haha. Thanks for this cool giveaway! 🙂
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