Yeah, I made my first quick million by being erogenous.
Haha. No, not really.
But what if I could? I don’t know. I would not…say no to that. Perhaps. Maybe?
Anywho, I wanted to paint my nails last weekend with something summery but not all-out bright, and these two shiny, almost gel-like polishes from the recently relaunched MAC nail polish line ($12 each) fit the bill.
I’ve been inspired by pale rose and peachy golden tones lately, and they seemed like they’d go well together.
Creamy peach Erogenous just said “summer” to me, but I felt like it needed a dance partner…
Enter glittery yellowish gold Quick Million, with its little yellowish golden flecks of glitter and larger flecks of hexagonal peachy rose.
Great by itself, which is how I’m wearing it here (two coats), Quick Million can also work as a top coat.
You know, in case you’re interested.
I like these two together even more than I like them apart. The peach in Erogenous goes well with the hexagonal flecks in Quick Million.
Both are available now, along with the rest of the Studio Nail Lacquer line, for $12 each.
Incidentally, I’m also wearing them with MAC’s Underlacquer and Overlacquer base and top coats (also $12 each), and I have to say that despite it being only two days since I put these polishes on my paws, I’ve typed a lot and cleaned my office during that time, so my nails have already taken a beating, but the polishes have handled it with aplomb.
Because of how hard I am on my nails (especially the nails on my right hand, for some reason), I always — always — see chips within one or two days, but I barely see any signs of chipping now at all.