Friday, February 15, 2013

Dollish Polish: You're A Real Sweet Tart.

Hello everyone!  I hope you all had a fabulous Valentine's Day and were spoiled by your loved ones!  Since my husband was working late last night, my Dad kindly invited me and my boys over for dinner.  He made a delicious cedar plank Steelhead, roasted red-skinned potatoes, and corn.  It was amazingly delicious!  Even my oldest son asked for seconds on the fish!

Since I have been wearing a lot of pink and cutesy manicures lately, I wanted to do something bright and fun today.  I recently ordered Dollish Polish You're a Real Sweet Tart from and it came so fast!  Everything that I have ordered from this site has always arrived within a few days - I love it!  If you haven't heard of Overall Beauty I highly recommend checking it out.  The owner, Kim,  is such a sweetheart too!

Once I received my order, I knew I had to use this polish ASAP.  But I was really wanting to mix it up and pair it with a bright color as well.  I chose to pair this with Island Girl Aloha Girl, which I received in a swap from a friend on Instagram who lives in Hawaii and kindly sent me a bunch of Island Girl polishes.  I can't wait to try them all out as this is a brand that is not available here in California.

You're a Real Sweet Tart by Dollish Polish is packed with gorgeous pastel glitters in various shapes and sizes in a creamy white base.  The first coat was a little sheer, as are most polishes of this kind, but was not difficult to apply.  I used three thin coats, allowing the polish to dry between each coat.

Island Girl's Ahola Girl is a bright teal, almost neon, and dries with a matte finish.  However, I prefer the glossy look so I topped it with INM Out the Door topcoat.  I used two coats in these pictures.

I hope you all don't mind this bright and fun look.  I was itching to do something different after all of these Valentine's Day manicures.  I am really loving this fresh look on my nails!

Until next time...

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