Press Release: Zoya Naturel Deux (2)

Great News! 
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Inspired by the desire to expand the popular neutral palette of the Zoya NATUREL collection, six (6) NEW, full-coverage creams in deeper hues were born.

Perfect as every day go-to colors, the Zoya NATUREL DEUX (2) collection bridges the transitional gap between late summer/early fall 2014 with three, rich brown family shades and three plum based beauties. All in the long-wearing, BIG5FREE formula Zoya is known for!

ZP742 – Spencer: Camel Cream, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP743 – Chanelle: Toasted Almond, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP744 – Emilia: Dark Chocolate, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP745 – Marnie: Deep Warm Plum, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP746 – Aubrey: Medium Mauve Cream, Full Coverage Formula.
ZP747 – Madeline: Muted Rose, Full Coverage Formula.

STARTS JULY 21, 2014

$9 (US)
Available on 
Zoya.com and at finer salons and spas.

*BIG5FREE: Formula contains no formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene or camphor.


Nail Polish Canada Great Polish Giveaway 2014

Hey Ladies!

I have teamed up with some other lovely bloggers and Nail Polish Canada to participate in the Great Polish Giveaway 2014.

The prize that I selected is a polish that I have been wanting to try for a while, A-England Rose Bower.

You can enter via Rafflecopter below:


Twinsie Tuesday: Inspired by Nature

This week's Twinsie Tuesday theme is Inspired by Nature. I wasn't 100% sure what to do for this theme, I had a couple ideas but nothing I was in love with, so I turned to the internet, and found this picture:

Source: https://www.etsy.com/listing/61697293/misty-morning-in-pink-art-print?ref=shop_home_active_1
I liked how misty this nature scene was and the pink was definitely calling my name, so here is my look!

Polishes Used:
-OPI - My Boyfriend Scales Walls
-OPI - Don't Pretzel My Buttons
-OPI - Alpine Snow
-Acrylic Paints

My nails are for sure not an exact re-creation of the photo, but more of an "inspired by". For the most part I like how these turned out but there are some things I would change if I ever re-created them. I think for the most part that I need a thinner brush. The brush that I used for this look is the thinnest that I have and sometimes it still seems too thick.

Overally, I'm happy with this look and I hope you can all see my inspiration; make sure to see the other ladies "Inspired by Nature" looks:

Alaina at The Little Canvas
Amanda at Amandalandish
Chelsea at Nailed Blog
Cordia at Seriously Swatched
Elizabeth at Did My Nails
Jessica at Blue Velvet Lacquer
Kelly at Tuxarina
Lakeisha at Refined and Polished
Marisa at 
Polish Obsession
Róisín at Cuti-CLUE-les
Stephanie at A Little Polish
Tiffany at Polished To Precision


Incoco Real Nail Polish Appliques - Desert Sunset

Incoco recently launched their Tribal Beats Collection for summer, and today I will be sharing with you the Desert Sunset pattern.

Desert Sunset: Drive into the sunset with this mix and match tribal nail design with a crème finish.

This was my first time using the appliques since I rounded off my nails; I know it sounds silly but I was worried that for some reason I wouldn't be able to apply the appliques as well, but I don't know what I was thinking, these were just as easy to apply as always. You know I love the Incoco appliques because they are made out of real nail polish.

I thought that this pattern was very on trend since Tribal prints are still really popular, my husband said it sort of reminded him of Easter egg patterns. LOL. Anyway, I really liked these and can't wait to share with you some of the other patterned appliques from the Tribal Beats Collection.

You can find Incoco Products here:
*Products in this post were provided by the manufacturer for my honest review* 


Salon Perfect: Neon Pop Collection Swatches & Revew - Part 1

Happy Sunday lovelies! I was recently sent 9 of the new 12 Neon Pop Collection shades and today I will be sharing with you 3 of those colors.

L to R: Yowza Yellow, Traffic Cone and Fired Up Fuchsia

This collection also comes with a white "base" coat to make the neons pop called "Sugar Cube" and a clear top coat to give them a shiny look to give you options (as they dry to natural matte finish), called "Crystal Clear".

For this post I have a couple different camera / lighting set-ups to try to capture all the neon goodness of these shades.

Yowza Yellow: A Highlighter Yellow

Traditional Lighting Set Up (Nikon Camera & Lightbox)
This is definitely a "highlighter yellow" as described, and I love that they named it YOWZA yellow, lol. It really matches perfectly with how crazy and bright this color is. I am wearing one coat of color, over two coats of the base with topcoat.

Traditional Lighting Set Up (Nikon Camera & Lightbox)

I-phone camera in lightbox; no flash

I-phone camera in lightbox; with flash
Traffic Cone: A Neon Orange

Traditional Lighting Set Up (Nikon Camera & Lightbox)
This shade was the hardest of the shades that I am sharing today to capture on camera. It really is just a super bright neon orange. I am wearing one coat of color, over two coats of the base topped with topcoat.

Traditional Lighting Set Up (Nikon Camera & Lightbox)

I-phone camera in lightbox; no flash

I-phone camera outside; no flash

I-phone camera indoors; no flash
Fired Up Fuchsia: A Flashy Fuchsia Shimmer

Traditional Lighting Set Up (Nikon Camera & Lightbox)
In these first two pictures, the shimmer is really prominent, I would say it's silvery blue shimmer, which always looks awesome with these bright Fuchsia colors. I am wearing two coats of base, one coat of color and topcoat.

Traditional Lighting Set Up (Nikon Camera & Lightbox)

I-phone camera in lightbox; no flash

I-phone camera in lightbox; with flash
So there you have it, the first 3 shades of the collection. I will be sharing with you the other 6 that I was sent in the next couple of days so keep an eye out.

Out of these three, which was your favorite?

These shades launched in July as part of a limited edition promotion between Salon Perfect and Walmart. Individual shades retail for $3.98.
*Products in this post were provided by the manufacturer for my honest review*