Today I have a HUGE nail polish haul that I’ve been collecting for a couple of weeks now. I think I have a pretty good collection here! Check out the polishes I got down below!
Most of these polishes came from Ocean State Job Lot where I got the nail polishes for $3! It was amazing. There were so many discontinued nail polishes and some that were hard to find. I was so lucky!
China Glaze Ray-Diant: This seems like a really cool light green with multi-colored micro glitter. I’m excited to try this one out!
China Glaze Pizzazz: Rainbow glitters were all the rage years ago but I never picked one up. This could be worn as either a glitter topper or sponged on to be opaque. I plan to do both!
China Glaze Pine-ing For Glitter: This was part of one of the holiday collections. Green glitter would be fun year round, like for St. Patrick’s Day.
China Glaze Don’t Be Shallow: This is from the current spring/summer collection. It’s that gorgeous serenity color. This will be perfect for spring and will make the basis for a really dainty and pretty flower nail art.
China Glaze Fairy Dust: This is a very sparse silver holographic microshimmer that adds a bit of sparkle to any look. It adds the right amount of glitter without looking overdone. I would love to try this over a sheer nude one day.
Polish Me Silly Flirty: I was perusing the Paper Source and the first thing I noticed was this polish from Polish Me Silly. I’ve always wanted to purchase from the indie, Etsy-seller brand but I never have. Unfortunately the bottle didn’t come with a name, but after contacting the shop I found out that the color is called Flirty. As it turns out, that’s the same polish that has been on my favorites list for years now! It’s a neon-colored circle glitter mix of varying sizes in a clear base. Only the smallest blue glitters are tiny hexes.a
China Glaze Techno: I wore this polish in my Midnight Mission Galaxy Nails #NOTD post a few days back. It’s a silver holographic glitter mix of hexes and smaller microglitter. I feel like if you sponged this on, this could get opaque on its own.
American Classics Gelous: I heard that this “top coat” (it’s technically a base coat) works well over microglitters to smooth out the manicure. You apply this first and then your quick-dry top coat. I want to try this with Pizzazz one day. I also want to do a review of this top coat, so look out for that!
And that’s there my nail polish haul! Although I didn’t get to pick up everything I wanted (I will find you OPI Rich Girls and Po-Boys…) I was able to get a really nice lot, including a surprise indie!
What was the latest nail polish you picked up? Let me know down below!