Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Mrs. P's Nail Potions Nail Art, Disappearing Pumpkin Trick - Limited Edition Thermals

Monochromatic Roses on Mrs. P's Potions Disappearing Pumpkin Trick up today. I created this look strictly in acrylic on the polish and topped in Seche. I really loved this one in person and wore it for about for days!

It's hard to tell in the picture, but these black and white roses tights are what inspired this look. As of writing this post on the day of it going live, this limited edition stunner is still available linked here.

Cheers all,

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Mrs. P's Nail Potions Review, Turning Tundra, Brewed Ego, Disappearing Pumpkin - Trick Limited Edition Thermals

Brewed Ego is first up for my last review day for Mrs. P's Potions available now at the shop linked here.   

I'm going to give you a bit of a disclaimer before I go further and say, "don't swatch thermals when you have a fever!" I had no idea it would make it so difficult to get transition because my hands were so cold all day. Two of these do transition more then I was able to capture in time, but don't worry they will be back soon. 

Anyway, back to brewed ego. A blue to dark blue transitioning polish with a party of micro glitter in an array of colours. This is two coats and only one of Seche. This polish is actually pretty smooth when dry. 

This photo is as warm/light as I could achieve.

This photo is the darker shade in the transition. 

Turning Tundra is the only polish I did once healthy and BAM, look at the following pics! Squishy and tri-thermal glory right here!

The first picture is the coolest state. Kind of a warm, taupe or light chocolate brown. This polish only took two coats and is super shiny!

The next two photos show the full transition from the warm pinky beige through pink to the brown. At the gym, the warm spectrum even lighted further to a nude. A very reactive polish. 

Disappearing Pumpkin Trick was just wonderful to work with. A high holo payload, a great orange-nude/coral transition and a great formula as with every Mrs. P's Potion I've tried this far. The first photo shows the cool end of the transition.

This next is the warm.

I can't say enough about the quality of all the polish I was able to bring you. All incredible. The scents are all lovely as well, and definitely worth trying out for fun. Do yourself a favour and try out something from Mrs. P's Potions. Between these and a previous purchase of my own, I'm super pleased. Stay tuned for some upcoming art and a review on some scrubs and her cuticle balm!

Cheers all,

Mrs. P's Nail Potions Review, Twilight Gathering, Enchanted Infusion,Dawning Of Fall

Carrying on today with some more lovelies sent to me by Mrs. P's Potions linked here. Enchanted Infusion is the first up of three Mrs. P's chameleon micro flakies. These are very fall/winter and very warm and delicious. This one is two coats of a wine or jelly toned base with a greenish or teal shimmer. Great formula on this, and great combination.

Dawning Of Fall is also a wine tone leaning a bit more into maroon territory, and the shimmer on this is more of a golden. I have to note, that this one does flash other colours too, pretty cool as you move from room to room. Also opaque in two coats.

Twilight Gathering is last but not least and my fave. Similar in base colour, but the flash is blue and laser bright.

I know a lot of you love this style of polish, and these will wow you. Check it out at Mrs. P's shop linked here.

Cheers all,

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Mrs. P's Nail Potions Review, Bear Claus, Bobbing For Baubles, CanadianGold, Peartridge Family Tree, Prism Cell

These gorgeous polishes are available as of today, so make sure to check out the store linked here once you finish the review! Totally a great group of polish!

Bear Claus is the first up in my reviews of all the amazing polish I was sent from Mrs. P's Nail Potions for your pleasure! Bear Claus is a crazy cool brown shimmer with tiny coffee like micro dots. I have never seen another polish like it! This was also scented in a lovely and well lasting Cinnamon Stick scent. Not overpowering and would be excellent for over the fall and holiday season. I've never been into scented polish before, but these changed my mind. This was nearly a one coater, but two for swatch sake, and awesome!

Bobbing For Baubles is a dusty wine coloured holo that smelled of Holiday Apple. It was a lovely smell and the colour worked awesome with my skin tone. I see this one getting a lot of use. It's subtle and classy beautiful!

Canadian Gold, I can't say enough...just soft buttery goodness. Another great formula of butter cream base colour and a sweet gold holo fleck. One of my top faves, and yes the Maple Cream scent was part of the allure!

Peartridge Family Tree. I'm not the biggest lover of green, but this one would be a great addition to your stash for holiday wear or nail art! A green shimmer with a touch of holo, this one was fun and two coats. The French Pear scent on this one was also great, and I haven't met a Mrs. P's yet with a nasty or overpowering sent.

Prism Cell is a white/grey holo with an amazing holo impact. This one was straight up in my top two polishes of the ones I reviewed. This was a great formula and a simple three coats, but could be a two coater. I am most interested in this one for use as an art base. I can picture a million uses for this. It's also the closest I've tried to a true White holo! MY LEMMING!

All in all these five were all super easy formula, and all very unique in my opinion. I would fully recommend this group of polish, and Canadian Gold and Prism Cell are both NEED to haves! I have more and more of these lovelies coming in the next few days, and even some inspired art!!

Cheers all,

Tuesday, September 8, 2015


Black and White is so simple I know, but I'm always drawn to the look of monochromatic patterns and the startling contrast of black and white clothing and other items. for this easy to accomplish stamping look I used China Glaze White On as base and Konad Black for the stamping. I love how crisp and perfect I'm able to get my images now that I've got my Creative Stamper.

I thought about leadlighting this look half-way through wearing it, but couldn't bring myself to do it.

Cheers all,

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Lady Queen Beauty Review, Starfish

One last review from the items I was sent from Lady Queen Beauty. These perfect little Starfish! I of course was going to do a sea inspired mani...till I remembered how much I enjoy the combination of grey, pink and gold and came up with this off the wall skittle look. For the look I used Greige Gardens from Revlon and Berry Juicy from Sally Hansen.

These adorable little 3D Starfish are available in the shop linked here, and I would recommend them. these were easy to apply to wet topcoat and the small size was perfect for my small nails. They are however available in multiple sizes depending on your needs, and I still have a discount code of  ELLC15  for you guys to use.

You can check out Lady Queen's full 3D nail art selection in the page linked here, and don't forget the discount code ELLC15  for you guys to use.

Cheers all,