Showing posts with label st. patrick's day. Show all posts
Showing posts with label st. patrick's day. Show all posts

St. Patrick's Day nail art created with Salon Perfect

Monday, March 2, 2015


Today I have for you a fun St. Patrick's Day nail art look created with a special collection from Salon Perfect. Four of the polishes are from the core line, and two of the polishes can only be obtained if you win a giveaway! (There's only 100 of these polishes.) They are custom-blended* polishes just for this giveaway. In other words, you can only own them if you win them. And the great news is -- twenty Set in Lacquer readers will win this St. Patrick's Day Collection. Yes, you read that right... 20 winners! The giveaway ends tomorrow, March 3, 2015.
You can enter the giveaway here

But in the meantime, let's look at a couple of the polishes. I couldn't decide what look I wanted to go for, so I created a mixed mani. I used KBShimmer nail vinyls to create the stripes on the index nail.
St Patrick's Day Nail Art



For this look, I used Sugar Cube - a pure white cream, Loopy Lime - a neon green creme, Sham-rock Your Socks Off - a fun green and white glitter (which is one of the custom blended polishes), Escape to Neverland - A Peter Pan green creme polish and Gold Leaf - a metallic gold polish. If you just can't wait to see if you win these, you can purchase the polishes from the core line at Walmart. 

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This polish was sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note that computer monitors can display colors differently. 

May the 'Luck of the Irish" be with you - Salon Perfect St. Patrick's Day Collection

Wednesday, February 25, 2015


Today's post is the first of several. Salon Perfect has put together a great St. Patrick's Day Collection. Four of the polishes are from the core line, and two of the polishes can only be obtained if you win a giveaway! They are custom-blended* polishes just for this giveaway. In other words, you can only own them if you win them. And the great news is -- twenty Set in Lacquer readers will win this St. Patrick's Day Collection. Yes, you read that right... 20 winners! 

You can enter the giveaway here

But in the meantime, let's look at a couple of the polishes. I created some simple nail art using Loopy Lime. I love this neon lime shade. It has the perfect bit of shimmer.

Salon Perfect Loopy Lime

Then I added one of the custom-blended "only-own-it-if-you-win-it" glitters on my index nail. This is "Luck of the Irish." On the ring finger I added a wide diagonal stripe (I used KBShimmer's straight line nail vinyls to help) of Salon Perfect "Gold Leaf." The small shamrock was created using Loopy Lime.


Here's a closeup of Luck of the Irish. This clear based top coat has small green glitters and larger flakes of gold. It is perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

Salon Perfect - Luck of the Irish

I am going to have fun with this collection. Stay tuned for more swatches and nail art. 


These Salon Perfect Polishes are available at select +Walmart  stores nationwide for $3.98. Well, except for the two custom-blended glitters. To get those you are going to have to enter and win! Salon Perfect has affordable, quality polishes. Make sure to check them out.

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These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


 

St. Patrick's Day Shamrock nail art

Saturday, March 15, 2014


I love St. Patrick's Day. I have a lot of Irish in my lineage so it's special to me. I even dressed my dog up for it last year. He tolerates being decked out in holiday gear - barely.

Anyway, I had to create at least one Shamrock mani. I used Celestial Polish "High Garden" for the base color. I had forgotten that it was a thermal polish, but it definitely added to the overall look. 

Then I used Celestial Polish "Sand Dunes" for the Shamrocks. The holographic shimmer in this polish definitely put my camera into overdrive. It was hard to capture the Shamrocks. But I think you get the picture. 

I love the way this came out. The gradient effect the thermal provided was a great touch - and if you know me... you will know that I am a pushover for anything holographic!

Let's take a look.

St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Nail Art
St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Nail Art

St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Nail Art
St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Nail Art
These polishes can be purchased at Color4Nails. Follow Color4Nails on Facebook to keep up with this and other polish releases!

These polishes were previously sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note computer monitors may vary in color display. 
 

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