August 9, 2012

365 Days of Nail Polish: Day 2

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It's Day 2 of 365 Days of Nail Polish and we're back with new colors! Let me just start off by saying choosing a glitter polish first was not the way one should start a marathon such as this. I fought with the glitter polish from Day 1, but ended up winning in the end. The foil method is indeed the best way to go when removing a glitter nail polish.

For Day 2, I was definitely not going to choose another glitter. I went for a pretty bubblegum pink. I am in love with this nail polish. It's Orly Basket Case and the formula is amazing. Two coats and you're done. I added Seche Vite as a top coat and it's good to go. This is a great polish and you should definitely GGYS! -T

Orly - Basket Case

For Day 2, I chose a gorgeous sea foam green. I love the Sally Hansen Insta-Dri polishes because they have a wider brush and they dry fairly quickly (hence the name). They also apply very smoothly. I used two coats of this polish and one coat of Nail Life Speed Demon top coat. (Please excuse how messy it looks!) I would definitely recommend this polish especially since it is super affordable! You can find it at most drugstores for less than five dollars! -S

Sally Hansen - Sea Breeze

Check back tomorrow to see what polishes we choose and let us know in the comments what you're wearing on your nails today!



Amanda May said...

Love both of these colors! You've inspired me to do 365 days of nail colors too, but I don't have that many sooo mine is going to be 50 days of nail polish! Haha!

Essie Rae said...

Love these. They would look great together too!

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