I'm skipping ANMonday this week because I'm not at home for a while and don't have much of my polish with me! But I do have a polish to show you that I picked up last week. :D
When I first saw these fuzzy/confetti nail polishes, I have to admit, I thought they looked really weird. The first polishes like this that I saw were these ones by Barry M and I didn't like them. Then I saw the Sally Hansen ones and for some reason, I liked them. But now looking at them again, most of the colours are exactly the same as the new Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat polishes! So what was going on in my head then, I don't know. :P
When I found out that the Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat polishes were available here now, I was so excited that they came over here so quickly so I had to try at least one to see what they're like. :)
I picked up Wool Knot. (They have super cute names too!) Wool Knot is a clear base with bright blue and white short little matte bar glitters. I think the colour combinations in these make them cute.
You could wear the Fuzzy Coat polishes alone, with 2 thick coats or 3 thinner coats, but I layered 1 coat of Wool Knot over a P2 nail polish called Lust, which is a super pretty pastel purple with a silver shimmer in it. (Thanks Tammy for this polish! It's gorgeous, I love it!) I think if you choose a good colour combo, the Fuzzy Coat polishes can look so cute! I definitely loved the combo I did.
I only had to use 1 coat of Seche Vite top coat over the top to get this mani smooth. The bars don't stick up on the nail which I love. Most bar glitters are notorious for sticking up and making your mani bumpy.
|Excuse the shrinkage from my top coat on my thumb nail. >:( Darn that Seche!|
Sorry that my photos are quite dark. :( I took these photos on a super rainy day... And while I was removing the polish, the sun came out! I was so annoyed LOL.
I picked my Fuzzy Coat polish up at Priceline. They have Sally Hansen products 20% off right now so it would be a great time to pick one of these up if you want to! :) I think they are about $12 full price. (Sorry, I threw my receipt away before I wrote this post!)