I don’t know about you, but I’m in the fall mood since August. As if the summer never happened. Anyway, fall is the season when I pull out all my reddish golds, browns and burgundies. One of such is OPI Germanicure.
I was quite disappointed when I got this polish. I picked it because it seemed like a nice purple, a bit on the dark side. What I got didn’t resemble it in a bit.
I’ve been away this past weekend so I put blogging aside, but I’m back again and I want to show you the products I’ve been loving the past month.
Here’s another quick swatch while I’m away. Today I’ll be showing you Ciate nail polish in Palm Tree.
Here’s a quick swatch of Essie Rock the Boat nail polish. My periwinkle blue phase became baby blue phase – hence this nail polish.
during the period of only a couple of months my nail polish collection has tripled and, as it usually happens, I found out that I have a lot of dupes. When I first got into nail polish, I bought polishes from various brands because I wanted to test various formulas. At the moment, several brands stood out as offering either great colours and/or great formulas. For this reason, I thought it would be a good idea to clear out my collection to make more space for new nail polishes.
Had someone told me that I’d be paying over $30 for a deodorant, I’d have told him to get his head examined. Today I think I need my head examined for buying it, but I do not regret a single cent.
Clarins Deo Roll-On is the most expensive deodorant I’ve tried. Even though I heard numerous raves about it, I was slightly skeptical because spray is my preferred type of a deodorant. A year ago I had some extra money burning in my pocket and no deodorant, so buying Clarins was a natural order of things.