February 7, 2010

How EC and EK Do Saturday!

left side (top to bottom): China Glaze Sexy Silhouette w/ 1 coat CG Cleopatra, China Glaze Cleopatra, Sephora by OPI Leaf Him at the Altar, OPI Designer Series Extravagance; right side (top to bottom): OPI My Private Jet, China Glaze Sexy Silhouette w/ 1 coat of Sally Girl glitter, China Glaze Twenty Four K, China Glaze Reggae to Riches, China Glaze Sexy in the City

EK and I were hanging out yesterday, having a fun Saturday afternoon. We thought we'd take some pictures to show you how we like to spend our Saturdays. First of all, "hanging out" with us means "buying polish at Sally, Ulta, and the mall".
Our first stop was Sally Beauty Supply, where we purchased several China Glaze polishes:

Reggae to Riches
Sexy Silhouette
Sexy in the City
Twenty-Four K
Cleopatra

and also a 99 cent Sally Girl gold glitter polish. We took these treasures back to my house to test them out.

left to right: OPI Designer Series Extravagance, Sephora by OPI Leaf Him at the Altar, China Glaze Cleopatra, China Glaze Sexy Silhouette w/ 1 coat Cleopatra, 1 coat Sexy Silhouette w/ 1 coat Sally Girl glitter, China Glaze Twenty Four K, China Glaze Reggae to Riches, China Glaze Sexy in The City

If you'd like full swatches of any of the above colors, leave a comment or shoot us an email!

While we were testing, we happened to notice that my dining table had 27 nail polishes scattered about on the table. The sad thing is, the 27 polishes were only the 6 we bought at Sally, whatever polish happened to be in EK's purse, and whatever polish happened to be in my polish basket on the table. My polish basket usually only contains polish my mom and I are currently wearing, or plan to wear next. You know you have a problem when 27 polishes are in your purse/on your table on a normal, average day. LOL. Please note the cuticle butter, various hand creams, tanner and Irish Dancing magazine.

We have problems

After this adventure at my house, we proceeded on to Beauty Plus Salon in the mall, where I bought Color Club Wild at Heart, and EK bought OPI Mad as a Hatter and Absolutely Alice!!! (LOVE Absolutely Alice!!!!!!!!!)

On the way back to EK's house, we "accidentally" stumbled into Ulta, where I purchased 8 of their 49 cent chocolate hand creams (yes, 8) and Absolutely Alice because I was jealous of EK LOLOL.

So, later in the week, you can expect pictures of Absolutely Alice, which is probably going to be Polish of the Week. And eventually, we'll get some pictures of Mad as a Hatter as well.

OH, we also looked at OPI Hong Kong collection and passed on the whole thing for the moment. I'll probably pick up Jade is the New Black and Meet Me at the Star Ferry eventually, but the rest of it just bored me. I think Up and Away was enough cremes to last me awhile. That said, I LOVED the display with the little boat! I'd like to just buy the display LOL. Are you interested in any Hong Kong polishes?

There's still time to enter the Up and Away GIVEAWAY!!

6 comments:

gildedangel said...

LOVE!

Never Enough Nails said...

Thanks gildedangel! I love the 9 different polishes on my nails!

Teresa said...

Awesome haul!!! :) I've had MAAH on for the last few days but last night one whole nail popped off! :) Excuse to do a valentines nail today. Trying to decide if it's gonna be white w/ red hearts or ruby pumps. Love these kinds of dilemmas!

Love the skittles - I think I need to start doing skittles like those so I can see what polishes look like on the nail...helps make up my mind!

Never Enough Nails said...

Isn't that weird how that happens with glitter polish? That happened to me with China Glaze Bad Kitty, one whole nail just came clean off!
I almost bought some red hearts at Sally to put on OPI Alpine Snow and then put them back. Now I wish I had them!
Skittles nails are always fun after a good haul!!!

Teresa said...

If you're interested, the red hearts I have came from a clear polish w/ red sequin hearts that I fished out w/a toothpick. It's Love My Nails and cost $1 at Wal-Mart. :)

I ended up going with the white with the red hearts - I thought I had a "real" white but it turns out all I have is a french nail tip bottle, which looks normal until you see the weird short angled brush. Messy. :) But oh boy did the girls at work go crazy for it!! They want me to do theirs. :)

Never Enough Nails said...

Awww it sounds so cute Teresa! I'm really not a Valentine's Day type of girl, but for some reason I want to do some cute-sy nail design this year. I may go hunt down that polish, or at least go back to Sally and get the hearts.

The best white EVER is OPI Alpine Snow. That's what I'll be using if I do this mani. I love that white so much!!!