Saturday, March 29, 2014

Sweet Heart Polish Disneyland or Bust, Club 33 & Bow-tique Pink

Hullo again!  Good evening to you!  I'm bundled up inside again because it turned out to be a rainy day, just like the forecast claimed.  I spent my morning at the baseball fields watching my little and middle play their games, but my oldest was rained out.  He was so bummed.  Thank goodness there was still a snack because it helped him get over it quickly.  Now I'm home and warm and dry and playing on my blog!  I'm glad to be doing it because I have a new to me brand that is really awesome!  I noticed Sweet Heart Polish recently on Instagram for the Superfine Collection, a set of microglitters named after some fellows that I don't know, but they are so pretty I am totally lemming them!  And hullo what's this Death Is Only The Beginning Collection?  You definitely want to mosey on over and check out the scene in Cassandra's shop!  Tonight I have a few lovely polishes from the Disneyland or Bust collection...perfect because if you know me you know I am a totally Disneyland fanatic (I truly love it and want to live there).  So let's jump in and look at the polish


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Up first I have Disneyland or Bust.  What a fun name for a fun polish!  Disneyland or Bust is a blend of "neon glitter with black mouse heads and rainbow shimmer in a clear suspension base."  I wanted to try something different with this polish so I used the mouse heads to adorn the top of each nail (like a stud, but it's a mouse head!).  The glitters in Disneyland or Bust, including the mouse heads, came out very easily and in plenitude.  They spread easily and laid flat on my nails.  I used 2 coats of Disneyland or Bust over 2 coats of Zoya Arizona.  

Next I have Bow-tique Pink.  This adorable polish is "a mix of white glitter and white bows in a berry coloured jelly base."  Bow-tique Pink also had a really pretty silvery shimmer that added some depth to the jelly base.  I love the combination of color and the bow glitters are just so cute.  Formula and application of Bow-tique Pink were both great.  Because it's a jelly it takes a few more coats than normal to build up to a deep color, but the jelly sandwich look you get with a glittered jelly is just awesome.  I used 4 coats of Bow-tique Pink and 1 layer of topcoat.  

If you are fan of Disneyland you will know about the exclusive Club 33, that has a waiting list so long you can wait a lifetime to get accepted as a member.  It's a high end, five star restaurant hidden inside the park (seriously I think you need to know the secret knock to get in aside from having your membership card).  It's also the only place in the park where you can get an adult beverage.  Hopefully one day I will get to dine there and see what the hub-bub is all about.  But until that day I will be happy to wear Club 33 on my nails and eat pizza and churros and giant pickles in a bag (classy).  Club 33 is "a mix of gold stars, green matte and holographic clovers and black mouse heads with gold glitter and gold shimmer."  It's a gorgeous blend of glitters, colors and shapes.  The shimmer really makes it feel shi-shi while the shaped glitter keep it fun and casual.  The formula and application of Club 33 were both great.  The glitter shapes came out easily and laid flat on my nails.  I used 2 coats of Club 33 over Kiko 355 and finished with 1 layer of topcoat.     

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