Wednesday, February 20, 2013

China Glaze Some Like It Haute

no riding lesson today because, as feared, the ground was too wet from yesterday's rain. i should be able to get out there tomorrow, though! Mr. Pawlish and i had Chinese food for dinner tonight... but we had to get it from a grocery store. so far, Safeway has had the best Chinese, which is pretty scary. i'm so used to there being little Chinese take-out places on every corner, but that's definitely not the case here! i so miss my fave take-out place in Virginia Beach... i loved their fried rice because it had beans sprouts instead of peas (i HATE peas). i would imagine most people prefer peas to bean sprouts... but that's me, just a little different :)

today's polish is China Glaze Some Like It Haute, a charcoal glitter with bright silver microglitter and large holographic pieces. the finish on this one is pretty interesting, it almost gives that textured effect that's so big right now! this is one you could probably get opaque on its own, but i did layer it over my SpaRitual Back To Your Roots mani... i actually thought it was going to much less opaque than it turned out. it completely covered Back To Your Roots in two coats! this does dry a bit rough (giving that textured effect), so you may want to add topcoat to smooth it out. topcoat also makes all the glitters more sparkly!

two coats Some Like It Haute, one coat Seche Vite on pinkie and middle fingernails.




congratulations on making it halfway through the work week! Ria :)

6 comments:

  1. I've never known anyone who changed their polish daily.... quite interesting!

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    1. that's actually part of why i got into blogging... i was changing it daily anyway, so i thought i'd share it :)

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  2. This is really pretty. I have this in my untrieds. I really should pull it out.

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    1. you definitely should, i loved it when i put it on and have only fallen more in love since :D

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