Friday, March 27, 2015

Spring Flowers

Hi all today I'm wearing Zoya's Tove that I have stamped with Brittany. I used MoYou London Suki 02 plate. I wish I would have added maybe a little sparkle to this or maybe jewels. As I look at it...it seems to need a little something. Not much because I really like this but just a little something. 






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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Delicate flower


More stamping today! I told you I loved Zoya's Leah the other day when I showed you swatches so today I tried out a little delicate stamping. Delicate because in real life the flowers are barely seen. This is Leah as my base stamped with MoYou London Mother Nature 13 stamping plate and Sage as my stamping color. I really like the subtleness of Sage with Leah 
 
 

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Ana with Tove

Hi all today I have for you a quick post! I'm wearing Zoya's Ana Stamped with Tove. When Zoya first brought out the Satins and said they are good to stamp with I was like pfftt prove it! Boy did they prove it! I really like the way they stamped!  Here I used MoYou London Sailor 03 stamping plate with Ana as my base color and Tove as my stamping color. I had no problems when stamping and really only noticed the polish not being all there when I went to edit the photos. No biggie for me because I really liked this look!
 
 
 
 
 
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Monday, March 23, 2015

Zoya Satin

Hi all today I have for you to check out is the Zoya Satin Collection (that was sent to me for review). Satin is a new finish for Zoya and they describe it as a hybrid between matte and glossy. None of these are shown with top coat because they aren't supposed to be worn with one so you have that satin finish! Let's get started.

Ana is a almond cream that went on in two coats. Ana on/to me is a everything color. You can wear her for any event or with any outfit.
 
 
 
Brittany is a rose cream that went on in two coats.  Brittany honestly isn't a color that I would pick out for myself. I'm not exactly feeling her vibe.
 

 
 
Leah is a lavender taupe that went on in two coats. I love Leah! Such a great purple for spring.
 
 
 
Rowan is a suede taupe that went on in two coats. Rowan is a nice neutral color that you can take to the next level maybe with stamping or making it a negative space mani.
 

 
 
 
 
Sage is a sage green that went on in two coats.  Sage is a nice not over the top neutral green. 
 
 
 
Tove is a slate grey that went on in two coats.  I really like my grey's almost as much as I like my purples so Tove is a winner for me!

Overall I liked these colors for a neutral look, for a palate cleanser if you will.  They went on fine but I think some of the polishes didn't like my nails or more to the fact the ridges in my nails.




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Saturday, March 21, 2015

Flip Flops and Pedicures!

Hey everybody:) Today's post is all about my feet... so if you don't like feet look away!!
Here in Ga the weather is getting nice and for me that means flip flops and pedicures! I did my own pedicure yesterday and decided to make some nail decals for my toes. If you want to know more on how I make my nail decals here is the link.... DECALS! Now I have been proactive in the care of my feet by using Curél Foot Therapy, this stuff is amazing and have made my feet super soft! And after all the fuss and muss of the pedicure and making my nails decals this is what I came up with ... P.S. I only had to make 2 half dollar size decals!


For the first time doing these decals for my toes I think they turned out pretty good! For this pedi I used Salon Perfect's Flamingo Flair, Yowza Yellow, Fired up Fuchsia, Loopy Lime, Bermuda Baby, and China Glaze Creative Fantasy. I added a diamond gem on the big toe, cause I might as well at this point! Just FYI some of the decals didn't quite fit, but I just added pink to the top to finish the look. I hope you like my pedi as much as I do:) Leave me a comment and tell me what y'all think.

Happy Polishing Everyone!
Love,
~Anne~

Friday, March 20, 2015

Swatch and Review Lauren B. Beauty-Nail Couture

Hey everybody:) I'm back to blogging, if you follow me on instagram you know I haven't been doing nothing... if I'm not blogging you can find me on instagram @SSPANNE. On with the show :)

Today I have Lauren B. Beauty-Nail Couture to share with y'all, they sent me these for review. Here is a little info about Lauren B.

Lauren B. Beauty Nail Couture is a collection of everything you need for a salon quality, do-it yourself manicure that lasts for 2 weeks without chipping of fading. These on-trend colors inspired by the city of Los Angeles. All of the formulas are eco-and vegan-friendly, contain no harsh chemicals, and are proudly crafted right in the U.S. These polishes stay true to the pigment that you see in the bottle and require just one coat! From base to color to topcoat, the groundbreaking treatment system is good for your nails and highly functional and fashionable for the modern woman.



Nude No. 3 is a cream nude polish that is almost a one coat polish! I love a great nude polish and this one maybe my new favorite. It looked great with my skin tone and went on smooth. I think it would be great for all of y'all going to those Spring time weddings.


Mulholland Drive is a blurple cream polish that went on in one coat! This color in the bottle, I thought looked more blue but on me I got that blurple color. I liked this color as a in between blue and purple for those days when you can't decide on which to wear. I really think its a great transition color for Spring, think stripes and nautical!


And of course I had to do some nail art for y'all!!! This is a mani that I had seen on instagram and was ingrained in my brain.... I HAVE TO TRY!!! So here is my Spring time mani using Lauren B.



Overall I love these polishes! They are perfect for long lasting wear and a perfect mani. If you want to see more click HERE. Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of these polishes:)

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Happy Polishing Everyone!
Love,
~Anne~

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Shamrock Love

Hi all I hope you all are enjoying your St. Patrick's Day! I just wanted to do a quick post of what I'm wearing today. 
 
 
I used Reclaim from Nubar as my base with MoYou London's Princess 10 stamping plate. Stamped using Konad green special stamping polish.
This was a easy and quick mani to get me back into the swing of things around here...I hope everyone has a safe and great holiday!