Monday, July 13, 2015

FingerPaints Once In A Wild... Titian Tint

whew... Saturday was crazy! Mr. Pawlish and i headed over to Delaware to visit his family... but first, Mr. Pawlish locked his keys in the car at a gas station a mile or so from our house. since the spare key was in my purse in the car... we had to call USAA to come unlock it. so, over an hour later, we were finally on our way. the car started acting a little funny over a bridge, but since it started when i used the FM transmitter and stopped when i took it out, it seemed like the frequency somehow affected the car and we pressed on. sadly... it was the transmission and it started acting up again in Delaware. so after visiting, we limped the car back home to Maryland, and i took it in to the mechanic today. he confirmed the transmission is toast and that fixing it would be more than the car is even worth... so, car shopping on Thursday! thankful to God that we made it home safely :)

today we are kicking off FingerPaints Once In A Wild collection reviews! like most polishes, the press release pictures don't even begin to capture how gorgeous these are in person :D we're starting out with Titian Tint, a rosy golden light bronze chrome... yep, it's just that dimensional! (it's a press sample, kindly provided to me for review). it goes on like a dream... you could easily use just one coat, but i still prefer two... probably just my OCD ;) to bring out all the sparkle and lock in your manicure, make sure to use topcoat!

two coats Titian Tint, one coat Salon Perfect Crystal Clear Top Coat. (both are press samples).




FingerPaints polishes are sold exclusively at Sally Beauty Supply and their website www.SallyBeauty.com!

we are going to traveling again this weekend, this time to see my Nonna in Virginia. i sincerely hope it is a far less eventful trip! how was your weekend? Ria :)


:: these products were provided to me for review. these are my honest opinions. ::

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