I collected a few of my manis using Make Up Store Philippines polish. To be really honest, this was my first purchase from the store. I always go visit but never purchased. That last time though, I wanted to buy just one polish to try, but ended up buying more than I budgeted for it. No regrets though. They were on sale for 40% off. So hurry yourself up if you're planning on bringing home some. Their selection is huuuuuge.
This was Clarissa. When I bought it, I thought I was buying a lavender polish. After trying it on, I realized it was more of a taupe-y color, only leaning on a little lavender. It was really easy to apply, compared to my imagination of it being streaky, because it wasn't at all. It was really clean, so I decided to stamp on a design for my accent nail from my Pueen 73 plate and decorated black studs on the rest. Not the perfect stamping, but I liked how it turned out.
Now, Patricia here was a deeper pink with a little purple frost undertone. Anki was a frosted lavender with micro glitters. They reminded me of disco, so I took my Winstonia W216 plate and stamped on a disco queen on for accent. They were opaque in 2 coats, and easy to apply.
This was Annica, a nude-peach frost that's really perfect for everyday use. I used a water decal that I got from Beauty Kingdom PH for the accent. This is probably my favorite (nail art) of the three, although I ended up loving Clarissa most from the four colors above.
All manis used Seche Vite top coat.
Till my next post!