Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Rescue Beauty Lounge Scrangie

Ah, the mythical Scrangie. For a while, this beauty was discontinued and you could really only get it by paying a very pretty penny for it on Ebay. Thankfully, it is now available again on the Rescue Beauty Lounge website as part of their limited edition Bring It Back series and I finally snagged a bottle for myself!

Scrangie is named for and co-created by the (in my opinion) queen of nail blogging, Scrangie! Her kickass blog was one of my biggest inspirations for starting up a little nail blog of my own. :) Scrangie is a purple polish with the most mesmerizing iridescent shimmer which shifts from blue to green. Her inspiration for this shade was a beetle's wing. Let's take a look!

This polish is to die for. The shimmer in this one just looks so vibrant and alive. It really is something else and photos don't do it any justice! It looks so stunning in person. The formula is also perfect; one of the very best I've ever used. It spread smoothly, evenly and precisely across the nail. Everyone always raves about Rescue Beauty Lounge's formulas and now I see why. Even my right hand, which usually looks like a Jackson Pollack painting after I'm done doing a mani, looks pretty tidy!

I did three coats here but you could probably get away with two if you're not super picky about opacity like I am. As you can see though, I did get some shrinkage from my Seche Vite topcoat. I've heard RBL polishes and Seche don't play nicely together, so maybe I'll have to try another topcoat next time.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

This Or That

I saw this tag over on the wonderful Amanda's blog, Amandalandish, and I thought it might be fun to give it a try myself. So here we go!


Blush or bronzer?
Gotta go with blush. I'm pretty pale so although I do own some bronzer, I don't use it much since it tends to look unnatural on me.

Lipgloss or lipstick?
I love them both! I don't like lipgloss that doesn't have a lot of pigmentation though. I need color on my lips.

Eyeliner or mascara?
Mascara. I wear eyeliner only on days when I have a lot of time to get ready, which is pretty much never. I'm a late sleeper, what can I say?

Foundation or concealer?
Foundation, so long as it offers good coverage.

Neutral or color eye shadow?
I dunno, I don't wear very much eyeshadow since I have hooded eyelids. Yeah, it sucks. But when I do, I have an Urban Decay Naked pallete and a more colorful Urban Decay palette that I use pretty equally.

Pressed or loose eyeshadow?
Pressed, loose makes too much of a mess.

Brushes or sponges?
Brushes all the way. I feel like sponges don't apply as well on my skin and I think they are just germ traps.


China Glaze or OPI?
Probably OPI, but I really, really love China Glaze too! It's such a difficult choice that I would say it's almost a tie.

Long or short?
I don't like super long nails but I also don't like stubbies on me. So somewhere in between is how I usually try to keep mine.

Acrylic or natural?

Brights or darks?
Brights. I do wear vamps but nothing makes me happier than a nice shot of color!

Flower or no flower?
Err, like...nail art? Is that what we're talking about? If so, then I have to say nail art is a no-go for me. I really like seeing it on other people but I have zero artistic talent so I don't attempt it on my own nails much.


Perfume or body splash?
Perfume! I wear several different perfumes but recently I've fallen in love with Rihanna's. I was wary because of the celeb association but it really is a fantastic scent.

Lotion or body butter?
Body butter is my favorite! I love the Burt's Bees ones, they're nice and thick.

Body wash or soap?
I prefer body wash. I have one that smells like cake. :)

Lush or other bath company?
I've actually never shopped at Lush. I'm not very into the whole body lotions, cremes, etc. to be honest.


Jeans or sweat pants?
Jeans, jeans, jeans. I always tell my friends that I will never, ever leave the house in sweat pants; it's one of my pet peeves. Even when we used to have 4 AM fire alarms in my old dorm and I had to go stand out in the snow while I was half-asleep, I would put on actual pants. I also put on jeans to go get the mail. I'm weird, I know.

Long sleeve or short?
Short, although I don't like sleeveless.

Dresses or skirts?
I wear both but dresses are my favorite article of clothing. I wear them all the time and really don't like wearing pants all that much.

Stripes or plaid?
Stripes I guess, but I'm not a fan of either on me.

Flip flops or sandals?
Definitely sandals. I only wear flip flops to the beach.

Studs or dangly earrings?
I used to wear big doorknocker earrings in high school all the time. Now I don't really wear earrings all that much, but I guess I'd still go with dangly.

Necklaces or bracelets?
Necklaces, but it depends on the outfit. I really like statement necklaces though; I tend to shy away from understated jewelry.

Scarves or hats?
Scarves, but I don't wear much of either.

Heels or flats?
I like heels more but I wear flats a lot because I have a permanently torn tendon in my right ankle that makes it difficult for me to wear heels for long periods of time. I still rock six-inch platform stilettos when I feel up to it though. I am obsessed with shoes!

Cowboy boots or riding boots?
Riding boots. I have a black pair I wear a lot during the fall and winter months.

Jackets or hoodies?
Jackets. I don't usually like things with hoods.

Forever 21 or Charlotte Russe?
Forever 21, but is it just me or are they getting more expensive lately?

Abercrombie or Hollister?
Death. The overpowering smell from those places alone is enough to keep me out.

Saks 5th or Nordstroms?
Since I work at a department store but it's not either of these, I am going to have to be a good employee and say neither. :)


Curly or straight?
My hair refuses to hold a curl or really respond to any type of styling, so I wear it straight almost 100% of the time.

Bun or ponytail?
Ponytail. I don't wear a ponytail much during the day but I usually sleep in one at night.

Bobby pins or butterfly clips?
Bobby pins, but I don't use either too often.

Hair spray or gel?
Hair spray. Gel usually feels too gunky for my tastes.

Long or short?
Long. I had short hair as a little kid and I hated it.

Light or dark?
I'm a natural brunette but I've been dying my hair blonde for about two years now and I love being a blonde! I like my men with dark hair though. ;)

Side swept bangs or full bangs?
I like both styles but I typically wear mine full.

Up or down?
Down. I suck at hairstyling so I'm not very adventurous about it.

Summer or winter?
Summer. The winters where I go to school are so grey and blah.

Fall or spring?
Spring, although I'm allergic to pollen pretty badly.

Chocolate or vanilla?
Chocolate, but I won't turn down either! I have more of a salt tooth than a sweet tooth though I think.

East coast or west coast?
East coast! I live in the midwest though.

Feel free to join in if you'd like to share your answers on your blogs! If you do, be sure to post a link in the comments so I can sneak a peek! :)

Nicole By OPI Disco Dolls

Disco Dolls is a warm-toned coppery glitter with little rainbow accent glitters in it, similar to the effect in OPI Excuse Moi! from the Muppets collection (swatches HERE). Disco Dolls also has a silver twin in the Kardashian set called Follow Me On Glitter, but I didn't pick that one up. I love this polish and I think it could be perfect for the holidays as well!

This looks like treasure chest nails, doesn't it? Disco Dolls has an excellent formula that covers evenly and opaquely in just two coats. Like all of the other Kardashian Kolors (ack, hate that spelling), Disco Dolls has a more old school-style Nicole by OPI brush instead of those dreadful little "Perfect Stroke" brushes Nicole's been using lately. As much as I didn't want to like this collection because of the Kardashian association, I have to admit that Nicole by OPI did a great job with these polishes and there's really something for everyone in this collection. Disco Dolls is definitely one of the standout shades so if you're into glitter, be sure to pick this one up!

Monday, November 28, 2011

China Glaze Twinkle Lights

I picked up China Glaze Twinkle Lights in the Santa's Little Helpers minis set, which also comes with 0.35 oz. bottles of Velvet Bow, Holly-Day and Ring In The Red. With my Sally Card it cost me like eight dollars for the whole set and the bottles aren't that much smaller than the full-size ones. Talk about a deal!

Twinkle Lights is a mix of gold, red and green glitter. I think it just may be the perfect Christmas polish!

The formula on this was just okay. I encountered a lot of drag using this and it seemed like I kept getting more clear base than glitter at first. I finally had to close the polish back up and shake it up again between coats and that seemed to do the trick. It wasn't awful to work with, just bothersome. I haven't read anything else from people saying they had issues with this one. Maybe I just got a wonky bottle?

Despite the annoyance with the formula, I still think this is a very cute, festive polish for the holidays. I wore this polish in honor of when I worked at my department store job during our Black Friday sale, which I mentioned in this post, since I thought it was an appropriate holiday touch. I was surprised by how many compliments I got on this polish-not just from women but also from a lot of men too, some of whom asked me to write down the polish name so they could get it for their wives. I'm not really used to people commenting much on my nails-other than my fellow polish obsessees, of course-so it was kind of fun.

What are some of your favorite holiday polishes? Is there a polish in your collection that seems to nab you a lot of compliments when you wear it? I'd love to hear them! :)

Sunday, November 27, 2011

China Glaze Marry A Millionaire

By now, you obviously know that I am a polish addict but I'm also a huge fan of Marilyn Monroe. I have many of her movies and lots of little Marilyn-themed trinkets. I think she was a talented actress and an incredible beauty, both inside and out. So when China Glaze announced that she was the inspiration for their holiday glitters (another one of my favorite things!), I just knew I had to have them-as if I needed a reason haha. I got four of the six from this set-I passed on Material Girl and Blonde Bombshell, for the timebeing at least-and the first I have to show you is Marry A Millionaire.

Marry A Millionaire is a crazy mix of different glitter colors and shapes; you won't find another polish out there quite like this one. There's something kind of Mardi Gras about the combotionation of colors in Mary A Millionaire. It's so fun! There's dark and light purple round glitter and then multichrome bar glitter that shifts from gold to blue to green. My friend Kaley layered her Marry A Millionaire over grey, I knew I had to try it too! So thanks to her for the inspiration! I chose one of my favorite greys, Essie Power Clutch (swatches HERE) as my base. I am so in love with how this combo turned out! I think having a darker color underneath really brings out the various glitters in Marry A Millionaire and gives the colors that extra pop.

Marry A Millionaire's formula is perfection. I used one coat of it over two coats of Power Clutch. Both the round and bar glitter were very cooperative and I didn't experience any dragging with either. Marry A Millionaire also has excellent opacity; this is not one of those glitters you have to wear only as a topcoat. You could easily wear this alone and would probably get full coverage with two coats-maybe a third for good measure. I may try it by itself sometime as well-or find more fun layering combos! Too many possibilities...

Also, if you're in the mood for a fun girls' night movie, check out this polish's namesake, 1953's "How To Marry A Millionaire" with pin-up icon Betty Grable, the painfully gorgeous Lauren Bacall (one of my favorite actresses ever) and of course, Marilyn! It's a comedy about three gold diggers searching for rich husbands. Marilyn plays a near-sighted girl who refuses to wear her glasses around eligible men, leading to a number of comedic mishaps for her character. She didn't consider this film one of her best but it's still a fun fluff piece that doesn't take itself too seriously.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

China Glaze Glittering Garland

Glittering Garland is the polish I was most looking forward to from the China Glaze Let It Snow Collection. Thankfully, it did not let me down one little bit! A little while back I picked up this, Snowglobe and the Santa's Little Helpers minis set from Sally so I figured I'd start off Let It Snow with a bang by showing you this lovely. Glittering Garland is a dark forest green jelly with goldish-green glassfleck. It's a no-brainer for me; I'm going to adore this!

Glittering Garland's formula is outstanding. It's a jelly but it still covered completely in two coats-with absolutely no VNL! The base color is rich and dark enough to give Glittering Garland the opacity that some jelly polishes lack. I also took these pictures on day three of this mani and as you can see, I have virtually no tipwear! Love it.

This is such a beautiful polish and a perfect holiday green. The shimmer in this twinkles like little Christmas lights. If you're in the process of making your Let It Snow picks, I'd say this is definitely one to put at the top of your list!

Friday, November 25, 2011

Share The Love: Wrap-Up

Sorry for the late post today, everyone. I worked a nine-hour Black Friday shift at the department store and I had to wake up at 4 AM for it. Although I survived, I am exhausted! If you ever want evidence of our capacity for inhumanity, watch women unleashed on a designer shoe sale. They demolished our shoe section...along with the rest of the store, of course haha. It was like a zoo.

Anyways, today I'll be wrapping up the Share The Love series of rotating blog posts I participated in this week and sharing a new swatch with you all! One of the things I love about blogging is the opportunity to meet some new people and I'm honored that I got to know these ladies-either through this experience or from earlier adventures in blogging. Thank you Amanda for organizing this fun adventure and thanks to all of the girls involved for giving me some beautiful swatches to share with my readers and for generously hosting me on each of your blogs!

If you missed out on any of their blogs or guest posts, check them out because these girls all do some great swatching! I have them all on my blogroll for easy access. I've also posted links to each of my guest posts from this series in case you missed any. Just click the caption below the teaser pics to see the entire post (and more swatches) that goes with it! Be sure to take a look around on everyone's blogs to get all of the Share The Love action. :)

I've also got some brand new swatches today. In keeping with my guest post theme of blue, I chose the beautiful Essie Dive Bar. Dive Bar is a blackened teal with the teeniest smidge of purple duochrome. I apologize for the messiness; I did this after my Black Friday shift so I wasn't in top manicuring form haha.

 And one with flash:

Even though the duochrome isn't nearly as apparent on the nail as it is in the bottle, this is still a really lovely polish. The base is dark, but not enough so that it just looks black and the teal shimmer catches the light very nicely. (You may know I am not a fan of near-black polishes.) The formula was great-I used two coats here-which is a major plus because application is key with darker polishes like this one. It kind of reminds me of a blue version of Wet N Wild Morbid (old-and kinda crappy-swatches HERE).

I think Dive Bar would make a worthy addition to any polish lover's collection. Dive Bar is part of Essie's core line and they're actually doing a re-promote, the Dive Bar Collection, featuring this polish (of course) and some other older Essie polishes, for New Year's. So if you like this one, it'll be easier to find than ever!

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Share The Love: See Sarah Swatch's Guest Post, Day 4

Happy Thanksgiving to all my American readers! I hope that you all have a lot that you are giving thanks for. Today is the last guest post on Nailed as part of the Share The Love series. I hope you all have enjoyed this series as much as all of us ladies have loved participating in it! Be sure to give each of their marvelous blogs a look if you haven't already!

I'll do a wrap-up post tomorrow then it's back to blogging all on my lonesome... :-/ I'm guest posting on The Polished Panda today with one of Heather's favorite polishes: Butter London Lady Muck! But today's Nailed guest post is brought to us by the sensational Sarah of  See Sarah Swatch. (I'm sorry, I just had to use an adjective that went with the alliteration theme hahaha.)

For her posts, Sarah is showcasing some polishes she made and they are awesome! I especially like The Little Mermaid inspiration she had for this particular franken. My Ariel doll was one of my favorite toys as a little kid; I played with her so much that eventually both her legs fell off! I still played with her though haha. So please welcome Sarah!

Happy Thanksgiving, everybody!! Hope you're all having an amazing holiday:] I'm Sarah from See Sarah Swatch . First off, I want to say thank you to Chelsea for hosting me! Now the nail polish :] Today, I have for you "Under the Sea":

My inspiration for this was the movie, The Little Mermaid. I started adding blues into this bottle of green glitter polish I had from Forever 21, & I thought it looked like an ocean. So then I added some blue glitter, and eventually the name came to me, so I added some red glitter in there too, for Ariel's hair:] I'm a complete sucker for anything Disney, can you tell? hahaha.
Anyway, hope you liked my franken today! And I hope you've all had a happy and safe holiday:]

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Share The Love: Amandalandish's Guest Post, Day 3

Hey everyone!  Today I've got another lovely guest post to share with you, this time from the wonderful Amanda over at Amandalandish. She's created a gorgeous combo for us all to ogle! I'm doing a guest post over on Top Coat It today, so stop on by to check out my swatches of Nicole by OPI My Lifesaver. Also, don't forget to check out ALL the ladies involved in these guest posts!

 Take it away, Amanda!
Hiya!  Thank you for reading me over here at Chelsea's Nailed Blog!  And thank you, Chelsea, for hosting me :)

Today is Day 3 of my 5 Days of Greys circling through all the lovely Share the Love blogs.  I have for you today something I don't typically do: polish layering.

Anyone who reads my blog will know that I am a die-hard Sally Hansen fangirl.  I think their (her?) polishes are ridiculously great.  Wet Cement is no exception.  A lighter grey with beige-y undertones, this always seemed more unique than most greys to me.  There's no bells or whistles in this bottle, so I think what makes this difference is the jelly nature of the polish.  It actually makes the polish look like wet cement.  Kudos to the naming department, I guess.

With flash, this pulls very blue and creme-like, which it isn't.

But then I got a bit adventurous.  Well, adventurous for me.  I'm a polish purist: no nail art, no jelly sandwiches, no glitter, no layers.  But for some reason Milani HD seemed more of a layering polish than an actual base that would need like 4 coats to build up.  It's semi-opaque, but with one coat over Wet Cement, it made my hands look diamond encrusted.

As you can see from the blurred last two pictures, this holo isn't particularly strong and certainly not linear.  Either way, I still like this as a silver holo and am happy I used this to layer (although I can't say I'll be doing anymore layering anytime soon!).
Happy day before Thanksgiving!

Stay tuned to Day 4 of my 5 Days of Greys over at See Sarah Swatch!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

OPI Tease-y Does It!

Happy Tuesday! I get to go home for Thanksgiving break tonight and I'm quite excited, even if I'll be spending most of it working and writing papers.

This polish got quite a bit of buzz when it came out last year as part of OPI's buzz collection, but I didn't pick it up until quite recently. Tease-y Does It! is a purple-y brown base with a duochrome shimmer that can flash magenta or gold, depending on your lighting. This is a stellar vampy shimmer for fall!

Anything with too much brown in it tends to make my skin color look like a jaundiced ghost, but thankfully I didn't have that problem here since there's enough of a purple tint to the base that it looks more maroon than brown. I was a bit cautious about this polish at first, because I was afraid it would look muddy on the nail (creating the aforementioned ghost effect) and that the shimmer would get lost in the base. But the shimmer really comes through quite beautifully! The formula was a bit on the runny side but I managed to still keep this polish in check with minimal clean-up afterwards. I used two coats here.

Overall, I'm very happy with this one! It's always nice when you wind up liking a polish you weren't sure you could pull off. But please OPI, for the sake of all that is holy, stop putting so many exclamation points in your polish names.

Share The Love: Top Coat It's Guest Post, Day 2

Today I've got another guest post for you. This time we've got some awesome nail art from the wonderful Rachel at Top Coat It! Since I am godawful at nail art, this is the first time you'll be seeing any nail art on here! :) Thankfully Rachel is kickass at it; she's got this glitter stripe mani on her blog that I am obsessed with, plus the a-maaazing splatter mani she's sharing with us here today. Speaking of glitter, I'm guest posting some swatches of the la-la-lovely Nicole by OPI Snowman Of My Dreams at Amandalandish today. It's my absolute favorite of the NOPI holiday glitters so far, so check it out if you've been keeping up with those polishes. And be sure to visit all the Share The Love blogs!

Check Out All Share The Love Blogs:

Hit it, Rachel!

Hey there Nailed Blog enthusiasts! I'm Rachel from Top Coat It. A big thank you to Chelsea for hosting me on this second day of our Share the Love junket. I hope you're having as much fun following us from blog to blog as we've had preparing and sharing these posts with you.
I had a great idea for a cool mani inspired by Sarah over at Chalkboard Nails, only I was going to do it purple and red, inspired by my hair.


The picture in my head was amazing. I tried it with the purples and reds I already had, failed. I bought new purple and red, failed. I learned that purple and red don't play well together when you're layering them like that. I might have to get with Sarah and get some tips for another time.

Anyway, so it was back to the drawing board to come up with another fun mani that I hadn't tried yet. As you can see, I chose the splatter nail. I started with a base color of Sinful Colors Snow Me White then used WnW Buffy the Violet Slayer, Orly Terracotta and Sinful Colors Happy Ending.

When I first got done (before any clean up) I was looking at my hand thinking, I can' t post this. It was all gloppy and just a mess. Thank heavens for acetone, cosmetic cotton swabs and a shiny top coat. Doesn't a great top coat just make everything better?

I actually really like this result. I want to try it again and experiment with different color combinations and see if I can't perfect the technique. It reminds me of a watercolor; some of the colors look like they bled together. I like it. Clean up wasn't so fun, but really nail art is just messy sometimes. You sacrifice cleanliness for awesomeness and you get a little ego boost every time someone compliments you on your nails.

In the next week or so I'll be posting a quick tutorial about how I did this splatter mani on my blog, Top Coat It, so be sure to keep a watchful eye for that. And don't forget to tune in for my Share the Love post tomorrow at See Sarah Swatch. Thank you again for having me, Chelsea!

Monday, November 21, 2011

Share The Love: The Polished Panda's Guest Post, Day 1

Happy Monday! I've got something special for you all to enjoy this week. A little while ago, Amanda at Amandalandish sent out an invite to all fellow polish bloggers to be a part of a series of rotating guest posts where we would all share swatches on each other's blogs for five days. Accordingly, I am guest posting some layering swatches of OPI Last Friday Night at See Sarah Swatch today and the fabulous Heather from The Polished Panda is going to be sharing an amazing glitter polish on my blog today! I'll do a few regular posts from me on here as well this week, but rest assured that you will always have another gorgeous guest post to look at for the next five days on Nailed and I'll be posting some all-new swatches on the other ladies' blogs as well!

Check Out All Share The Love Blogs:

So now that we've got the intro all taken care of, please give a warm welcome to Heather!

Hello everyone! I am so happy to be starting off Share The Love week on Chelsea's blog! We all chose themes for the week and mine is 5 Days of Glitter! This polish is one of my absolute favorites this holiday! This is Color Club - Jingle Jangle from their holiday collection Beyond the Mistletoe. Jingle Jangle is such a fun polish! I cannot get over how much I love this glitter! It's packed with light blue, periwinkle and lavender glitter and covers really well, I layered two coats of Jingle Jangle over on coat of Color Club - Shabby Drab.

Jingle Jangle definitely impressed me, as well as the rest of the Beyond The Mistletoe collection! It applies wonderfully and covers in only a few coats. If you haven't picked any of those up, you totally should!

Thank you to all of Chelsea's readers, I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you Chelsea for having me!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Versatile Blogger Award!

I got my very first blog award(s)! The lovely Amanda at Amandalandish and the wonderful Meredith at Polish and Charms have nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award! Thanks, girls! <3 Be sure to check out their blogs too-both are great and I have them on my blogroll so you guys can keep up with them!

So as part of this award, I have to tell you seven things about myself and then nominate 15 other bloggers for this award! Here goes...

1. I have two Corgis named Taxi and Natalie (She's named after Natalie Wood and it was the name she came with from being a former show dog. I know, it's a weird name for a dog but my mom likes Natalie Wood and wouldn't let my dad and I pick another name haha.) They are half-siblings and share the same dad, who is, ridiculously enough, named Bernard.

Taxi (Baby Taxi is my user pic.)


2. I played violin for nine years, from elementary school through the end of high school. I wish I still had time for it in college! My favorite composer is Tchaikovsky.

3. I really love video games-and I have the carpal tunnel to prove it. I've got an Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii with me up at college, plus some older consoles back home. My all-time favorite game is The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for N64. Some of my favorite games from the current generation are Mass Effect 1 & 2, Red Dead Redemption, the Dragon Age series and the Uncharted series.

4. I have several celebrity crushes but one of the biggest ones is Timothy Olyphant, especially on "Justified." His character on that show is basically my perfect man-and "Justified" is ridiculously well-written too, so check it out if you get a chance. In the meantime, I think I'll just leave these here...

5. My first job was at an ice cream place that's been open since the 1950s and still keeps the whole 50s throwback theme going. I worked there for five years and as a result, I can tell you not only everything you'd (n)ever want to know about ice cream but also about 50s and 60s pop music, because that's all we were allowed to play on the in-store radio.

6. I'm physically incapable of standing still when I'm on the phone. I'm one of those people who'll walk around in aimless, repetitive circles because I feel really fidgety if I just stand there.

7. I'm a huge night owl. I frequently stay up until 5:00 in the morning, sometimes just because I feel like it and even if I have to get up early the next day. I would say it's just how my body's wired, but ironically I also really, really enjoy sleeping. I usually wake up feeling like garbage and vow to go to bed early that night, then promptly forget that idea and do the whole thing again.

Hopefully that wasn't too dreadfully boring. Now I get to nominate 15 great ladies for this award as well! There are so many nail blogs I love, but in this case, I choose:
1. See Sarah Swatch
2. The Polished Panda
3. Top Coat It
4. Once Bitten
5. Stuff I (S)watched
6. Scrangie
7. ChitChat Nails
8. The Polishaholic
9. Swatch And Learn
10. Nails Made Simple
11. Vampy Varnish
12. Polished Prisms
13. Fashion Polish
14. Let Them Have Polish!
15. Greeneyespinknails

Thanks again to Amanda and Meredith! I am so happy that you both thought of me for this! :)