Jan 9, 2012

NOTD: A 360 View

Hey Ladies!

I normally don't post on weekends. But I did yesterday because I really wanted to share my swatches and review of the Zoya Fleck Effect Collection. So be sure to check out that post here: Zoya Fleck Effect Post!

I start my last semester of law school today. It's hard to believe that its been almost 3 years already. It feels like I started law school just the other day. Time flies! I don't want to go back. This break wasn't long enough. LOL! But I'm glad it's my last semester. I'm almost at the finish line!!! Hopefully this semester won't be as insane as the last one (which was one of the reasons why I had to stop blogging). Anyways...

Here is another look from the vault. I have so many looks that I did but never posted. This is one of my favorites! I actually want to redo this. It's so pretty! Today's polish is from RBL's Surf's Up collection. 360 is a teal-ish color with extremely subtle silver shimmer. So subtle that you barely notice it on the nail. But I swear it's in the bottle. LOL! The color is opaque enough that you can get away with just 1 coat... but I applied 2 just for that perfect even finish. There is something about this color that is just so beautiful to me. To finish off the look I stamped the flower pattern from Bundle Monster's 2nd plate set, BM224. I stamped using the popular Millennium by China Glaze. I love that flower pattern. It's one of my favorites from the set. I stamped the pattern in different directions so that each nail wouldn't be identical.

Hope you all like it!


Megan Harmeyer said...

Very pretty color!! I can see the shimmer in the bottle pic, but it's too bad you can't see more of it on the nail. I like the stamping you did. I'm finding I like foils for stamping more and more.

Iris @ pimpmynailz.com said...

I love this combi and the design! Millennium is awesome :))

beachgal said...

Thanks so much for adding the email link subscription via Feedburner to your blog!

I am a fan of RBL and just don't have enough of them due to the price point mostly & that I have to get them only via mail order from RBL direct. I do have 3 Scraggies highly prized from them however!

Monaco Nail Artists said...

That stamp is so pretty against the teal!