I have wanted Sweet Peacock for a couple of months now. I finally picked it up and wow it’s gorgeous! The only problem I ran into was the wind out back drying it out as it was on my brush, before I went to apply it to my nails. I really think that was wind related and not related to the Orly formula. I was pretty impressed with opacity and formula on this polish. This is two coats with Poshe’ top coat, I think it looks incredible on its own, but stamped it looks even better.
I knocked over a bottle of Silver Sweep a few manicures ago, boy what a pain it was to clean that up. I picked up Pure Ice’s Silver Mercedes to stamp with. I thought this was a perfect time to test it out and so I picked Bundle Monster 318, one of my favorite images from the 3rd set of image plates. I used Poshe’ again, and it was a good choice.
I need to get some Seche Restore to thin my Seche Vite, but that will have to wait until we’ve moved though. I can’t wait to set up a nail station in the garage. I’m very excited about that. I plan on having a nice table and storing image plates and other things out there that aren’t heat sensitive. My polishes will have to be stored in my bedroom as always, but it’s going to be fun organizing and ‘spreading out’ once we’re moved in.
I hope that you enjoyed the photographs of this manicure, thank you for reading and I wish you all happy polishing.