Good morning polished world! How are you all today? It's yet again another Friday! We all know how much I love Friday! I will ignore the fact that it snowed yesterday and that it is again freezing all because it is Friday and I can sleep in tomorrow!
Today I am posting a manicure I did a month ago but never got around to posting. I kind of fail when it comes to editing photos. I have a folder that fills up and I typically only begin to edit photos when I literally have nothing to post. So as you can guess, I ran out of posts and sat two nights ago and editted so many photos that I don't want to do it again for awhile.
This manicure was one of my favorites that I've ever done, so I'm kind of upset it took me so long to get it on to the blog. I am a huge fan of Orly and I have always had my eye on Skinny Dip, a fun neon blue polish. Sally Beauty was having a sale on Orly's a few weeks ago so I decided to finally purchase it along with some back up bottles of Liquid Vinyl, and a new-to-me color Purple Crush.
Of course I was itching to use them all together, so I came up with this manicure. Let's take a look!
- Orly - Skinny Dip, Liquid Vinyl, Purple Crush
- Sinful Colors - Snow Me White
Let me take a minute and beg Orly to create a white polish that isn't that dang French Tip White one or whatever it is called. As many of you know, Liquid Vinyl is my all time favorite black polish, and I know that if Orly created a regular white polish with a normal brush, it would be just as perfect as Liquid Vinyl. Honestly, all of my Orly polishes are perfection. The formulas are consistent, and they never dry up.
I'm so happy that Skinny Dip is part of my collection. It's such a pretty, bright, neon blue. Until I purchased the Electric Nights polishes from China Glaze, I did not have a single blue like this one. It is different than the China Glaze ones because it does have a slight shimmer. I almost prefer the shimmer because it is unique and really goes perfectly with the shade it self. I used 2 coats and added a shiny top coat because like most neons, it dries matte.
What do you think? Fan of this manicure? Do you love Orly as much as I do?
Until next time, <3.