First Friday of Summer, y’all! YAAAAAAAS!
Wednesday, as I was wrapping up my post and making sure the related links were what I wanted, I came to a terrible realization. I had neglected to post my third and current favorite from Color Club’s 2013 Halo Hues. Yesterday was cloudy and dreary, so today I got up a little (too) early to catch some sunshine before the inevitable arrival of scattered/isolated/possibly severe storms. It was so worth it.
Halo-graphic is the PINK beauty of the of the 2013 collection and I’m obsessed. It feels girly and flashy and fun and it makes me happy. I got full coverage in ONE COAT but went ahead and used two just in case the camera decided to whip out its stealth visible nail line detector – it is so good at that. I really like that holographics dry so quickly – I’d recommend a top coat but it’s not necessary and I didn’t use one for my swatches.
Luckily, the Halo Hues are more readily available than Revvvolution. If you’re an Amazoner, you can get some pretty good deals in the $8.00 – $9.00 range. On the Color Club website you can snag polishes from both the older and new Halo Hues collections for $10.00.
I hope your day is as fun as my nail polish. Pictures below!
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I’m sitting here avoiding the last episode of OITNB – so I decided to pop in and say hi :). It is OFFICIALLY summer. I’m so excited! I chose Revvvolution for my last day of school fun mani, but then we had some crazy storms and most of the Richmond metro area was without power […] Continue reading →
Katie knows me well. This polish was one of the few still hanging out in my magical bag of polish Katie sent home with me when I went to visit her in Richmond. I haven’t been into glitter as of late but Wink, Wink, Twinkle looked so lovely in the bottle I finally decided to […] Continue reading →
Ok. So I just want to say that I really did think I was going to love this nail polish. My love of chartreuse nail polish is well documented on this blog. Every spring when the pollen is EVERYWHERE I get the chartreuse nail polish itch. Plus, I pretty much lived in OPI Life Gave […] Continue reading →
You know what I could use right now? A frozen daiquiri. Ok, probably not because it’s freezing outside and well before noon. But hey, technicalities. I do, however, like a good frozen daiquiri once in a while. Especially at the beach. Mmm, the beach. Anyway. Frozen Daiquiri is from Color Club’s Ticket to Paradise collection. […] Continue reading →
Ok, let me just say, I ordered this polish assuming I would hate it. But I found the color to be so fascinating I just had to try it. Entirely irrational but so is my entire obsession with nail polish so I think we can let this slide. Maybe? Anyway. Je Ne Sais Quoi is […] Continue reading →
Oh hey, Color Club! It’s been awhile. And by awhile I mean since I wore Gift of Sparkle back in February…of 2013. Color Club for the most part just isn’t on my radar. It’s not readily available in my area and none of the collections excited me all that much. Until now! For fall 2014 […] Continue reading →
Okay! I did it…. remember last week when I said I might order another Color Club holo? Well… here she is: Cherubic. Cherubic is from the 2012 Halo Hues release. The 2012 polishes are a little softer and lighter than their bolder 2013 cousins. I am head over heels for holo polish lately. I spend […] Continue reading →
Sometimes I think nail polish companies enjoy confusing the consumer! Color Club released it’s winter 2013 Winter Affair collection with 2 polishes exclusive to Sally Beauty Supply. Ok, that’s fine. Except the Sally exclusive polishes have the same names as polishes in the original collection. Oh, and to make things even MORE confusing. The Sally […] Continue reading →
Oh goodness. I keep convincing myself that eventually I will find a polish from Color Club’s Rebel Debutante collection that I’ll actually like. High Society was my latest attempt and while I do quite like the color, the formula was a nightmare! High Society is a muddy light gray taupe creme that can pull just […] Continue reading →