Monthly Archives: May 2011

Suzi Loves Cowboys

So remember that time I was totally desperate for this colour because it was everything Suzi Says Da! was not? Well I was certainly pleased when this colour came in the mail yesterday! Wooo! 2 coats with sunlight. It dries … Continue reading

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Bare to Wear vs Skull & Glossbones Comparison

I had a question from one of my lovely blog readers, Cindy, asking me what these two polishes would look like against each other – it never dawned on me how similar these two colours were from the bottle! Have … Continue reading

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Gold Combo!

As I mentioned in my post about Spark De Triomphe, it would be amazing as a topcoat over Glitzerland, and here is what I mean: Oops, my camera freaked out on me! lol This is 1 coat of Glitzerland and … Continue reading

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Glitter in the Air

I remember only posting Glitter in the Air as a topcoat earlier, so here’s a full swatch 🙂 3 coats with top coat, under my table lamp. Glitter in the air has a light blue jelly base, with light blue … Continue reading

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Milani Bare to Wear

Milani Bare to Wear seems to be a dupe to Debbie’s Waking Up In Vegas, as famously worn by Lady Gaga! What’s not to love? Other than the unavailability of Debbie in Singapore, as well as the price of getting … Continue reading

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Spark De Triomphe

I got the white shatter set (includes Spark de Triomphe + White Shatter) instead of the red shatter set from Serena William’s Grand Slam France Collection. I thought Rally Pretty Pink from the red shatter set was a bit boring. … Continue reading

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Jeux D’Eau & Glitter in the Air

This is a polish from the TINS Spring 2011 collection, called Jeux D’eau. I don’t even know how to pronounce that but check out the bottle: It’s a light sea foam green with really dense light gold (it appears silver … Continue reading

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