So that means, no Wet n Wild Fast Dry post today. I will try to get to doing those and having the post up sometime this week.
I was sent four polishes from My-Stash Lacquer. My-Stash opened on September 14 this year. Here is what Danielle from My-Stash has to say about her brand:
"For years I have been following Indie nail polish makers, obsessed with the glitter bombs and colors they would come up with. One day I was looking for a particular shade of grey and couldn't seem to find it in stores or online and decided I would try and "franken" a color myself... with a few supplies and a little time the perfect grey was born and the rest is history...
I have definitely come a long way since that first bottle of polish.. from researching the different type of bases, pigments and glitters that can be used, to finding the perfect label for my bottles... I am truly blessed to be able to make this my full time job, and definitely couldn't do it without the love and support of my family and friends."
Okay, let's get to the swatches. Gotta say sorry right now for my ring finger being so short, it broke a few days ago, but didn't want to make Danielle wait on my review, so I hope her and you don't mind.
The first one I have up to show you is called Electric Cotton Candy. It is a matte hot pink. It appears bright in the bottle, but I had trouble capturing the brightness on my nails and in photos. This is three coats.
Next up, this one is called Boo-Berry. This is a glitter topper with bright blue and silver holo glitters. I topped it over Electric Cotton Candy. My camera had a hard time focusing when trying to take a picture of this, so sadly this was the best shot I got.
This one is called Copper Thief. This is another glitter topper, mixed with copper and rose pink glitters of various sizes. I topped it over Jordana's In Love. My camera had trouble capturing this one as well, so it appears more brown in this photo.
I hope you guys didn't hate my nub ring finger too much and tried to enjoy the swatches. lol.
My-Stash Lacquer can be purchased in their Etsy. They are super affordable, $3 for minis and $6 for full size, so hop over their now to pick up a bunch!
Well, that's all for now, talk to you guys later. Bye!