Something Sweet with rozes

For this mani I used 3 thin coats of China Glaze Something Sweet and stamped it with Konad White and Konad plate m65. Something Sweet is one of the few bottles that I have that's going empty, and I'll need to get a backup bottle soon. I have quite a big stash nowadays, so that this one's going empty says enough I guess, love it! :)
I think the mani turned out nice, but my pics aren't really color accurate, Something Sweet also looked a bit darker irl.

My cat Sue is getting better, she's still bruised up and a bit grumpy after her surgery, but it's not as red and warm anymore. I hope to hear some from the vet soon, but I'm a bit nervous for the test results. She has to go for a checkup on Monday, hopefully all will be fine with her and the results!

Take care!

Zoya Savita

It's been a while since I posted, and I'll probably be posting a bit less than usual in the coming week(s). More of that below this mani.
I used 2 coats of Zoya Savita, sandwiched with top coat in between, and then I added top coat on the tips. It's getting a bit easier to make tips like this without tape, although my right hand tips were pretty slanted >.<
Savita is probably my favorite matte polish, I don't have that many but it's really pretty! It can look pretty dark blue, but most of the times the purple shimmer is pretty visible.

As I said above, I'll be posting a bit less for a while, my head isn't really into polishing and blogging right now. I'm not feeling too great, and one of my cats had surgery on Thursday. Sue <3 turned out to have a tumor, I'm not sure yet what it was and if it's completely gone now, I'll hear that in a few days.
The incision they made was much larger than expected, it turned out the tumor went in pretty deep. I'm also worried about the wound, the top part is healing well but the bottom part isn't looking too great to me and is pretty warm, I hope that improves soon. She's clearly not herself now, which is only normal of course, but I'm amazed to see how much of a tough girl she really is!

Thanks for stopping by!

Color Club Back To Boho - Preview

New Bohemian 70’s Inspired Collection Coming This Fall

New York, NY – June 2011 Color Club, a New York based cosmetic brand specializing in nail and lip products announced today its new “Back to Boho” Fall 2011 Collection. The new collection features twelve 70’s inspired longwearing nail polish shades perfect for creating an effortless “Boho Glam” look. The collection will be available in September of 2011. With fun bohemian vintage inspired names, the Color Club “Back to Boho” Collection shades include:

Nomadic in Nude – a must have neutral for the season; off white and creamy
Earthy Angel – Gorgeous creamy camel
New Bohemian – a new 70’s take on Tiffany Blue
Shabby Drab – Purple Greige The ultimate boho color
Rad Nomad – Purple brown crème
Red-ical Gypsy – Boho chic red, a new take on a vintage classic red
Boho Mojo – Silvery, beige pearl            
Nouveau Vintage – The perfect understated vintage frosty gold
Voodoo You Do – The perfect charcoal grey for the season with blue undertones
Artsy Crafty – The ultimate muted military green
Blue-topia – Just as it sounds, the perfect shade of deep blue
Rebel Spirit – Deep chocolate brown creme

Color Club is all about color and renowned for its fun, high performance rich shades and exceptionally safe products. All nail colors are vegan, Formaldehyde, Toluene, DBP and paraben-free - and made in New York, NY with the best raw materials. Color Club products are made in the USA and are not tested on animals. Products are available at

Color Club is a nail polish brand developed by Forsythe Cosmetic Group.  Founded in 1979, the Forsythe Cosmetic Group is a New York-based cosmetic company widely regarded worldwide as a pioneer within the professional beauty industry. A global brand with products represented in more than 95 countries, Forsythe was one of the first companies to recognize and address the needs of the professional nail salon, a new phenomenon at the time. Rather quickly, the Forsythe name became synonymous with excellent, performance-proven products available in a diverse range of eye-catching shades. Today, more than three decades later, the Forsythe Cosmetic Group remains a vanguard in the beauty business by constantly introducing new concepts and elevating industry standards. Forsythe manufactures every product it offers, a practice that ensures superior color-matching quality control and the ability to respond quickly to consumer demands for the latest and most exciting trends in nail color, nail treatments and lip color.

For additional information on Color Club please call 1-800-221-8080 or visit

China Glaze Crackle Metals - Preview


China Glaze Introduces Six New Crackle Glaze Polishes in Sparkling Metallics for Summer 2011

Los Angeles, Calif. – (June 2011):  Set your summer style to “sizzle” with China Glaze’s new Crackle Glaze Metals collection.  The pioneer in crackle technology, China Glaze takes the beauty phenomenon to the next level with this second-generation polish that pairs the edgy innovation of crackle with the elegant beauty of metals.  The China Glaze Crackle Glaze Metals collection features six sparkling metallic colors including:

·        Tarnished Gold: Warm, honeyed hue
·        Platinum Pieces: Shimmering silver
·        Haute Metal: Pale pink
·        Cracked Medallion: Bold bronze
·        Latticed Lilac: Soft lavender
·        Oxidized Aqua: Deep aquamarine blue

Create dramatically different looks with just one sweep of China Glaze Crackle Glaze Metals.  Layer over different base colors to create bold styles.  Use a lighter coat to create a fine crackle, a thicker coat for a deep shatter effect.  As versatile and edgy as China Glaze’s biggest celebrity fans (Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Nicole Ritchie and Kelly Osbourne, to name a few), Glaze Crackle Glaze Metals is sure to be this summer’s hottest beauty trend!

The China Glaze Crackle Glaze Metals collection will be available as open stock colors and 12 piece counter display with a unique Crackle Glaze screen and including an instructional hang tag.

China Glaze is free of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde.

China Glaze nail lacquers are available through salons and professional beauty supply stores nationwide. For more information, visit: or follow China Glaze on Twitter:

China Glaze is a division of American International Industries.

About American International Industries
For nearly 40 years, AII has been the leading manufacturer and worldwide distributor of innovative, quality beauty and skin care products for men and women.  Our product lines include Ardell, Andrea, Body Drench, Bye Bye Blemish, Checi, China Glaze, Clean + Easy, Clubman/Pinaud, Duo, European Secrets, EzFlow, Fright Night, Gena, GiGi, Gypsy Lash, IBD, Jeris-Lustray, No Tweeze/Micro Tweeze, 'N Rage, Prolinc, RAW, Seche, SuperNail, Surgi-Care, Waterworks,  Winning Nails, Woltra, Woody’s, and Youthair. For more information, visit our website:

As you probably noticed, I'm not so into crackles. But I have to say, these do get me a bit curious, especially Latticed Lilac! I think that one probably looks great over a dark purple :) Which one are you curious about?

China Glaze BFF & AFK

As the title says, I'll be afk for the next 2-3 weeks. Maybe I'll have time to make a post during that period, maybe not. We'll see :) Either way, take care for now!

With not so much time and sunny weather the choice for my NOTD was easy, holo! Here's 2 coats of China Glaze BFF, no top coat. This is one of my favorite polishes from the OMG collection, it's a pink with a hint of purple (as the 2nd pic shows well) and I think it's a very nice color in normal light as well.

Thanks for stopping by :)