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What Are You Wearing On Your Nails?

Published in: Just For Fun, Nails

china glaze deviantly daring

Right now I’m wearing China Glaze Deviantly Daring, and yes, that is a feather toy. 🙂

The lacquer, which is new for fall, retails for $6.99, and it’s available now at Sally Beauty stores.

The feather toy, coincidentally, which belongs to Tabs, sells at Petco for about the same price. This one here happens to be new and will probably last about a month.

(That’s how long it usually takes Tabs to pull all the feathers out.)

Hmm… I wonder what he’ll think about my matching manicure.

china glaze deviantly daring

Normally, I doubt he’d even look, but if the feather doesn’t get his attention…this bag of Greenies should!

china glaze deviantly daring

How about you? What are you wearing on your nails?

TV wins again

I came this close to going to bed tonight at 7. I was tired enough to do it, wanted to do it, but then I started watching Cinderalla Man on TV — the one with Russell Crowe and Renée Zellweger (whatever happened to her?) — and before I knew it, bam! It’s 9 o’clock.

Off to bed for me. I hope you had a good day, and I’ll see you again at the top of the hump. 🙂

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,



Last Seen On Safari: The New China Glaze On Safari Collection for Fall 2012

Published in: China Glaze, Collections, Nails

china glaze on safari collection

Prey Tell, my fellow Jungle Queen

china glaze prey tell
Prey Tell

china glaze jungle queen
Jungle Queen

…shall we answer the Call of the Wild today?

china glaze call of the wild
Call of the Wild

I’m ready if you are. The new 12-piece China Glaze collection for fall 2012 has to be out there somewhere, probably holed up in a salon, a Sally Beauty store or online at sallybeauty.com, and there’s only one way we’ll find it: On Safari.

We have our map, beauty supplies, and a description of the beasts, which according to our guide, come in a variety creamy, glittery plum and earth-tone shades ($7 each).

If we take the jeep, we’ll cover more ground than walking, but we also risk alerting the creatures we’re trying to catch. If we walk the trail instead, tracking will be easier, but we run the risk of chipping our meticulously manicured nails.

Either way, I’m Adventure Red-y for whatever Exotic Encounters await.

china glaze adventure red-y
Adventure Red-y
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