Thursday, December 27, 2012

GlitterDaze- My White Lighter

Hi Everyone!

Today, I have one of my polishes I got for Christmas to show you! Would you all like to see a mini haul of the polishes I got for Christmas? Any who, the polish I have to show you is GlitterDaze- My White Lighter! My White Lighter is part of the GlitterDaze "A Charmed Halloween" collection, and I've wanted it since I laid eyed on it. Wanna know the best part? IT GLOWS IN THE DARK! I had absolutely no idea until I went into my closet and my nails were glowing! Even though it's part of a Halloween collection, I think it's a perfect Winter polish. You can find GlitterDaze on Etsy.

My White Lighter is so simple and stunning. It's a slightly baby blue tinted base with different sizes of blue glitters and shimmer. I did two coats of My White Lighter over two coats of OPI- My Boyfriend Scales Walls. The polish is slightly thick, and application was a bit tricky. Polish troubles aside, I totally love it. 

Two coats of OPI- My Boyfriend Scales Walls
Two coats of GlitterDaze- My White Lighter
One coat of Poshe

Isn't it just a perfect Winter polish?!

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Christmas Party Nails!

Hi Everyone!

I have some super fun Christmas nails to show you today! These are actually the first Christmas nails I've done all season. I work in retail and holiday hours are consuming my life at the moment. I haven't had much time to do anything to my nails but slap some polish on! I'm showing you the first of three JessiGeeWhiz glitters that I purchased a little while ago. The one I have for you today is called Christmas PJ's!

All of the JessiGeeWhiz glitters come in a little jar that contains 3.5g of glitter for $2.95. They are all solvent resistent, and are so absolutely gorgeous! There are a few different ways you can apply the loose glitter. I prefer to take a cheap, clear polish, I used Color Club, and just dap the brush into the glitter. Then apply it to the nail adding more clear polish as you go along to smooth it out. For me, it's the easiest, and least messy way to apply it. When I'm all done, I just wipe the brush off. Any glitter that got into the bottle just sinks, so it's easy to use the same clear polish over and over again! It also makes clean up WAY easier because you don't have glitter all over the place.

Christmas PJ's is made up of just red and green glitter. For such a simple combo, it sure it gorgeous! I used Zoya- Shawn as a base, and did two coats of Christmas PJ's. It seriously has amazing coverage for a loose glitter, and I think that also has to do with how I apply it. I don't find it to be any thicker then a regular glitter polish. On my ring finger I taped off a little tree and added a silver star. I'm excited to have such festive nails! 

Two coats of Zoya- Shawn
Two coats of JessiGeeWhiz- Christmas PJ's
Two coats of Poshe

I'm hoping to have a few more Holiday manicures up soon! 

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Nail Art Society December Review

Hi Everyone!

I have something new to show you today! I recently joined the Nail Art Society, which is a monthly subscription service. Instead of being mainly makesup, skincare and haircare based, it's nail polish based! I absolutely love subscription boxes, and have done quite a few of them including Birchbox and Glossybox. When I signed up for NAS it was $9.95 a month. I thought that was an amazing prize! They have now jumped the price up to $19.95 for any newly joining members. If you joined when they first started you get to keep the $9.95 a month price. I would TOTALLY pay $9.95 a month for this. $19.95 a month, probably not. I would rather choose to buy whatever other polish I want. Here's my December NAS.

The December package includes two Cherimoya Matte-N-A Nail Polishes in Blockbuster and Mystery,  Cherimoya Nail Polish Remever Pads, Stella Luminous Nail Kit and Beauty Art Nail Glue.
Pretty great bag, but I would not pay $19.95 a month for this. I'm really excited to get my next few packages, and I'm hoping they go along with the new price. I couldn't find the prices for the Cherimoya Matte-N-A Nail Polishes for the life of me, so I have no way of trying to calculate the total worth of the package.  Overall I was pretty excited to use what I got!

I did a mani using both Blockbuster (silver) and Mystery (magenta). Now I'm not really into matte polishes, but these are pretty nice. Perfect in two coats, and they are SOOOO gorgeous with a top coat. Especially Mystery. I added some of the smallest rhinestones to give it a bit of sparkle.

Two coats of Cherimoya Matte-N-A Nail Polishes in Blockbuster and Mystery
One coat of Poshe

My camera made Mystery look a lot more red then it truly was, but you still see all the depth and shine it has to it. 

- Cherimoya Matte-N-A Nail Polishes in Blockbuster and Mystery: Loved these and I will totally use them again.
- Cherimoya Nail Polish Remever Pads- Sucked! I'm not sure if they would remove a creme polish better, but they didn't remove Blockbuster of Mystery. 
- Stella Luminous Nail Kit- Loved! They will definitely be usefully, especially for holiday manis.
- Beauty Art Nail Glue- Whatever, I didn't use it, but I'm sure it will come in handy at some point.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Naild'it- Candy Wrapper

Hi Everyone!

I have my first polish from the brand Naild'it to show you all today! I've been eyeing this brand for months, literally months. I never got around to purchasing any. While browsing on Llarowe one day, I saw Candy Wrapper on sale for $9. You best bet I snatched it up! I'm so glad I did because it's gorgeous!

Candy Wrapper, I believe, was from the Naild'it Halloween Collection. To me this polish reminds me of Christmas lights in the snow. Like when a house is covered in snow, but you can still see the lights twinkling. I just love it! Candy Wrapper has a milky white base with all matte glitter. There's small hexes and shards in pretty much every color of the rainbow. I've come to realize that I really love shard glitter. Application was great! I never really needed to dab any glitter around. I need more polishes like this one!

Two coats of Naild'it Candy Wrapper
Two coats of Poshe

If you know of any other polishes like Candy wrapper, let me know! I need them all!

Thursday, December 6, 2012

KBShimmer- Candy Cane Crush

Hello Everyone!

I have a new post, finally! I'm sorry for the absence, but man do I have a good one to show you all today! I'm actually semi obsessed with the this mani. Especially the combo, which you'll see at the end. LOVE IT!

So today I have an amazing glitter from the KBShimmer Holiday Collection to show you, Candy Cane Crush! Now this is not just any old glitter polish, it's scented! You heard me, scented! Vanilla peppermint to be exact. It's super yummy, and the scent lasted even after the top coat! I started with two coats of Butter London- Dosh, and then did one coat of Candy Cane Crush. Not only is it amazingly dense for a glitter, it applied great to. I love the different sizes of red and white hexes, and I can totally see myself using this for other Holidays.  These two polishes together are very "Grinchy". The golden shimmer in Dosh really shines through. Not to mention, I can't stop smelling my nails as I type this.

Two coats of Butter London- Dosh
One coat of KBShimmer- Candy Cane Crush
Two coats of Poshe

Now for a little something extra! I added one coat of Sephora by OPI- It's Real 18K Gold Top Coat on top. WOWZERS! This is probably one of my favorite layering combos ever. I'll let the picture do the talking. There's also another coat of Poshe on top, and I can STILL spell Candy Cane Crush!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Butter London- Scuppered

Hi everyone! Today I'm going to show you one of the Butter London's I ordered a little while ago. I was actually pretty excited for Butter London- Scuppered, but I'm honestly not sure how I feel about it. Scuppered is part of the Butter London 2012 Holiday Collection. I don't usually do posts on polishes I don't end up liking, but I know that this will probably be a popular polish for this season.

Scuppered is a coppery, bronze based shimmer. There's also some pink shimmer and tiny green glitters. I think my bigest problem with this polish is that it pretty much just looks bronze unless you're in good lighting. Or if you're staring directly at your nails. I was expecting the green glitter to stand out a bit more. I usually stray away from bronze, brown, or anything in that family. I expected it to clash with my skin tone more then it does. I just don't know! Sometimes I like Scuppered, and then a minute later I want to take it off! Application was pretty good. When I hurried to apply the second coat, it pulled the first coat. Just let it dry a bit. Who knows, maybe it will grow on me.

Two coats of Butter London- Scuppered
One coat of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

What do you think about Scuppered? I have Jack the Lad to show you from this collection as well. Hopefully I like that one a bit more!

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Nicole by OPI- All Is Glam, All Is Bright

Hello everyone! I have a long awaited polish to show you today. Well, it's not really "long awaited" but I couldn't find it anywhere! I have really only been searching for it for about a week. Then, low and behold, I found it on sale at Target for like $4.50! The polish in question is Nicole by OPI- All Is Glam, All Is Bright. It was it over on Lawless Lacquer, probably about a week ago. I just knew I had to have it. All Is Glam, All Is Bright is part of the Nicole by OPI Kardashian Kollection Holiday 2012. They might be on sale at a Traget by you, so go pick this baby up!

All Is Glam, All Is Bright is just amazing. It's packed with red and silver micro glitter. It only needed two coats! I've come to the conclusion that I do not like the Nicole by OPI brushes. I'm not sure if they're different from regular OPI brushes, but I absolutely hate them. Mostly because it's as big, or just a bit smaller, then the width of my nail. It might have been because the polish was a little thicker, but I had a hard time using the brush. Brush aside, this is a gorgeous polish. It's the perfect, simple holiday mani. It's a bit top coat hungry though. Make sure you do two coats of top coat to finish it off because it does dry gritty. 

Nicole by OPI- All Is Glam, All Is Bright
One coat of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

What do you think? I love this polish, and I'm sure I will wear it a few more times this Holiday season!

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Nail Mail!!!

Yay! It's nail mail time! This haul is find of all over the place. It includes my Butter London order from their Friends & Family sale, two indie brands I haven't tried before and some nail art glitter! I'm sure there's more polishes I could have added to this post, but these were the ones I was most excited for. Are you ready to see what I got?!

First up is my Butter London order! Now I had quite a few on my wish list, and I knew there was a reason I hadn't ordered them. I had a feeling a sale was coming. I patiently, more like impatiently, waited, and finally they had their 30% off Friends & Family sale! Then I saw that it was free shipping when you spent over $75. It all went out the window from there. I can never pass up free shipping. Basically I got six polishes, originally $84 total, for $58! That's practically $9 a bottle! Compared to $14, that's a major steal. So let's see what I picked up!

Scuppered and Jack The Lad, both from the 2012 Holiday Collection. Posh Bird and Fishwife, I believe were released for fashion week, and then The Black Knight and Dosh. All are in order of the picture, and I included swatch photos. Look at that holo on Fishwife, ermahgerd!

Next up is my order from a new Esty seller, My Ten Friends! Now, I have to be honest. Most of the time when I find a new seller on Etsy, I wait a bit just to see if more swatch photos pop up. In this case, I just couldn't control myself! I ordered these as soon as I laid eyes on them. I'm so excited I did because I'm totally in love. The pictures do NOT do these polishes justice. They are so sparkly and gorgeous in real life. The price is pretty decent at $8.88 a bottle. I some how managed to get two blues and two greens, but who cares because they are stunning! The greens aren't as simular as they look in the pictures.

Once again these are in order: 42, Spacebound, Goldilocks Planet and Clusterfrak. I am SO excited to wear these! You can actually get 10% off your order right now with the code, Anniversary10!

And finally I have a few random bits. I purchased my first Nail'd It polish off of Llarowe. I've eyed quite a few, but never got around to buying them. I picked up Candy Wrapper because it was on sale for $9, and I've wanted it for awhile. Then I have some nail art glitter from JessiGeeWhiz over on Esty. These are solvent resistent loose glitter. You can use them loose or mix them into base polish. I'm super excited to do a review post on these because they are just amazing. 

Nail'd It- Candy Wrapper, JessiGeeWhiz glitters in Winter Solstice, Gift Wrap and Christmas PJ's. Jessi is having a 50% of sale from Black Friday to Cyber Monday, so be sure to pick up some of these gorgeous glitters! I know I will be. The coupon code is GEEWHIZ50OFF.

If you could decide what to see posts on first, what would you choose: Butter London, My Ten Friends, or the JessiGeeWhiz glitters?

Sunday, November 11, 2012

I Love Nail Polish Swatch and Review!

Hi everyone! I have a few polishes to show you today from the indie brand, I Love Nail Polish! Barbra, the creator of I Love Nail Polish, actually has a Facebook page which I'm sure a lot of you have seen. You can find her polishes over on Etsy as well her website. They are $10 each. If you're a glitter lover, like myself, be sure to check them out! All of the swatches below are toped with one coat of Poshe. On to the polish!

So, let's start with one of my favorites from the bunch, Animal Cookie! I started with two coats of Orly- Au Champagne. Au Champagne is a gorgeous, shimmery white and I knew it would be the perfect match for Animal Cookie. There's a bunch of different glitters in Animal Cookie. From pink squares and white bars, to white, pink and red hexes. It also has a pink holographic glitter that just pops on the nail. Super girly and sparkly! Application was great. I didn't have to dig around for glitter at all. I used two coats and it gave me perfect coverage. All of these polishes have a pretty thick base. Make sure to wait till your first coat is almost dry before doing a second. If you don't, it does cause a bit of dragging.

Next up is another favorite, Pumpkin Head. I used two coats of Essie- Armed and Ready as a base. It has a beautiful coppery orange shimmer that I though would really compliment Pumpkin Head. I'm not sure how much longer Pumpkin Head will be available because I'm sure it was in the Halloween collection. It's in the shop right now so if you like it, go get it while it's up! Pumpkin Head is a mix of orange, green and black glitter. The glitter is a bit sparse but still gives nice coverage in two coats. I just love how these two polishes look together!

Then we have Little Mermaid! I seemed to to drawn to Essie today because I used Essie- School of Hard Rocks as a base for Little Mermaid. Little Mermaid has baby blue and pink hexes with tiny silver bars. My camera refused to think there was blue glitter in this polish. Most of the blue glitter either looks black or silver. Not my favorite of the bunch, but it's still pretty. This is two coats. 

Last but not least we have Berry Sweet! Oh look, I used anther Essie. I used two coats of Essie- Play Date as the base color. Berry Sweet has a few different colors and shapes of purple and pink glitter. There's even some purple shreds! This polish was simular to Pumpkin Head in application. I wish there was just a bit more glitter on the nail, but I'm loving this combo as well. Obviously greens and purples are my thing...

I thought these labels were just so stinking adorable, hence the pictures of them! They also have hand written name tags on them. What a nice personal touch! How are you liking the I Love Nail Polish polishes? Are there any you're considering buying?

*Products in this post were provided for me to review and give my honest opinion.*

Friday, November 9, 2012

A NerdLacquer Revival?!?!?

Whoa guys, whoa. I'm sure many of you have seen the update post on the NerdLacquer Google+ page. If you haven't, be sure to go take a look. To keep it short and sweet, Amanda disappeared in March right after having a sale on her Etsy page. I was lucky enough to score a few in a previos sale, but some were't so lucky. People were left with unfulfilled orders, and caos ensued. A lot of people were seriously pissed off, and for good reason. I just hope, now that she's explained her disappearance, people will give her the time she needs to further explain the future of NerdLacquer. I'm sure she has some way to fix everything or I doubt she would have returned. My heart goes out to Amanda and everything she went through.

Now for something a bit more cheerful! In honor of Amanda's return, I have NerdLacquer- No Medal for Chewie to show you all! I've showed you guys a few NerdLacquers in the past, but No Medal for Chewie has to be my favorite! Of course I'm biased to greens. NMfC is sort of an olive green base with gold shimmer and multi sized glitter in green and gold. The glitter ranges from teeny gold glitters to larger hexes. The thing that amazes me about NerdLacquers is that they are always super pigmented but the glitter shows through. I think that balance is hard to achieve. There are obviously some nails with more glitter then others, but they all have good coverage. I just love it!

Two coats of NerdLacquer- No Medal for Chewie
One coat of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

How do you feel about the return of NerdLacquer? I. AM. SO. EXCITED.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Zoya- Aurora

Whoa! Long time, no post! I'm sorry everyone! With my powered being out and then all the school work I had to do, I lost track of time. To be honest, I think this is my first time painting my nails this week! Man, do I have a stunning polish for you today. When I first saw the press release for the Zoya Ornate collection, I wasn't quite sure how I felt about them. I was afraid the holographic polishes would be dupes for ones I already had. I was so, so wrong. I have Aurora to show you today, and it's a definite stand out in this collection!

Zoya calls Aurora "a sugarplum purple" which I think is pretty spot on for the color. I find it to be a bit more pink on the nail then in the bottle. The neatest thing with the Zoya holographics is that they have micro holo glitter not holo shimmer. I think that is what really makes them stand out. It really sparkles on the nail and is totally noticeable in indoor lighting. I was expecting Aurora to be three coats but it only needed two. It is seriously a beautiful polish. Aurora has definitely been added to my top Zoya picks!

Two coats of Zoya- Aurora
One coat of Zoya Armor
One coat of Poshe

Have you picked up any of the Zoya Ornate polishes? I picked up Blaze as well and I'm so excited to wear it!

Monday, October 29, 2012

Sephora by OPI- If You've Got It, Haunt It

Hello everyone! If your in the middle of the storm right now I hope your safe! It's poring here in Maryland! Quite windy to. My lights have flickered a few times but so far so good! I wanted to get this post up in case I loose power like last time it stormed. I have a really neat polish for you all today! It's Sephora by OPI- If You've Got It, Haunt It. I'm not really one for darker polishes but I picked this baby up for $5 bucks the other day. How could I pass it up?

If You've Got It, Haunt It is from, I believe, the 2010 SOPI Halloween collection. This sort of polish has really been popular this year. I've seen a ton of black based polishes with silver glitter, but none quite like this! It's a charcoal jelly with black, silver and possibly holographic glitter. I can't tell if the glitter is holographic or mainly blue,green and orange. Application was a bit patchy, but nothing unworkable. It didn't even really dry that gritty, but I did my usually Gelous and Poshe combo. It's really stunning on and I think it's unique. I'm really glad I picked it up. And I mean come on, the name is adorable.

Two coats of SOPI- If You've Got It, Haunt It
One coat of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

I don't have too many SOPI polishes, but I did pick up the It's Real 18K Gold Top Coat. I'm sure you will see it soon!

Friday, October 26, 2012

Candy Corn Splatter!

Hi everyone! Sorry I haven't posted much this week. I had a ton of school work that snuck up on me! I have another platter mani for you all today! Who doesn't love candy corn? I'm working on a tutorial post for this as well. I haven't done a tutorial post yet so it's taking me awhile to figure out how to photograph the steps. It's coming soon though! I think I have two or three more Halloween manis to accomplish. I hope you all like them! On to the candy corn!

So, just like any splatter mani you need your basic tools: a straw (cut into multiple pieces if you have multiple colors), a paper towel, tape or vaseline to protect around your fingers, your polish of choice, and q-tips for clean up. For this mani, I knew I wanted my base to be white so the yellow and orange would really pop! I used two coats of OPI- My Boyfriend Scales Wales. I love this white, it's amazing. For the yellow I used Maybelline- Fierce N Tangy, and the orange is Sinful Colors- Courtney Orange. I love that Courtney Orange has shimmer because it adds something extra to the mani. To create the splatter, literally all you do is dip the straw into the polish and blow it on to the nail. If you don't get as much splatter as you want, do it again. It's really simple, just messy! Make sure to wait about 10 minutes before you put your topcoat on or it will smear your splatter.

Two coats of OPI- My Boyfriend Scales Walls
Splattered with Maybelline- Fierce N Tangy, and Sinful Colors- Courtney Orange
One coat of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

I always love the way splatter manis look in the end. It might be a bit time consuming and messy, but totally worth it!

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Different Dimension- Hanna

Hi everyone! I hope your weekend has be well! Today I have a Different Dimensions polish to show you. This one is part of her Pretty Little Liars collection! I have a bit of an obsession with PLL so I had to pick it up! The one I picked is Hanna! I actually snatched it up in a $5 sale she was having and I'm so glad I did. It's just my kind of polish. You can find Different Dimensions over on Etsy. Her polishes are regularly $8.50 but watch out for another $5 sale!

Hanna was really the only one that stood out to me from the PLL collection. Although, I might pick up Emily next time she has a sale. Hanna is a sheer purple base with magenta, white and light blue mircoglitters. I find that is gives a simular finish to the Nails Inc Sprinkles Collection polishes. The glitters aren't as big, but you get the idea. The base was sheer enough to not make the polish super thick even after three coats. It does have great coverage and is just packed with glitter! It looked so feminine and sweet on. I'm really excited to try some more Different Dimension polishes! I actually wanted to put Hanna right back on when I took it off! The polish looks a bit patchy in the pictures but you couldn't tell in real life.

Three coats of Different Dimension- Hanna
One coat of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

Do you have any recommendations for any Different Dimension polishes I should pick up? Who's excited for the Halloween episode, OMG!

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Sinful Colors- Slate

Hi everyone! So I was ment to post my Top 5 Fall Polishes post for you all today. As soon as I posted it, I realized I have forgotten to swatch one of my all time favorite Fall polishes! So alas, you will see that post another day. Today, I'm going to show you all one of my absolute favorite Sinful Colors polishes, Slate! I know I tend to post a lot of Indie brands but I do own quite a bit of drugstore and salon brands to. This polish also happens to be a favorite for Fall.

So here we have Sinful Colors- Slate. Slate has to be one of my favorite gray polishes. It has a gorgeous subtle shimmer, and the base is a perfect medium gray. The shimmer can lean a bit blue, and even purple, in certain light. Gray is definitely my neutral color of choice. I just really like the color gray in general. Slate has great pigmentation, but if your not careful with application, brush stokes can be a bit of a problem. Such a great polish though, especially for $1.99! Gray can be such an understated color, but it looks quite beautiful on.

Two coats of Sinful Colors- Slate
One coat of Poshe

I think I'm going to start expanding my Sinful Colors collection. Are there any that you recommend?  I'm always impressed with the formula and wear of these polishes. I definitely need to get a few more!

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Sonoma Nail Art- Sincerest Pumpkin Patch

Hi everyone! I have another Halloween polish for you all today! This time it's a brand I've had yet to try, Sonoma Nail Art. There have been a few polishes from Sonoma Nail Art that have caught my eye but I never purchased them. The second I saw Sincerest Pumpkin Patch I knew it had to be mine. It's a Halloween polish, it's green AND it's a glitter! What more could I ask for?! You can find Sonoma Nail Art polishes over on Etsy. They are a bit steep at $10 but so far I think it's worth it.

Sincerest Pumpkin Patch is pretty much the perfect halloween polish. It doesn't have a spooky color scheme but it's Fall inspired. I most definitely think of a pumpkin patch when I look at this polish. Sincerest Pumpkin Patch has the slightest green tinted base. There's a multitude of green glitter in a few shapes and colors with orange hexes in two sizes. I have it layered over two coats of Zoya- Shawn. Application was great. The glitter applied evenly and it wasn't at all thick. I really didn't even have to maneuver the larger orange hexes. This polish is just so cute! Not to mention, the labels are stinking adorable!

Two coats of Zoya-Shawn
Two coats of Sonoma Nail Art- Sincerest Pumpkin Patch
One coat of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

Are you guys on the Halloween polish bandwagon as much as I am? I seriously have to stop myself from buying almost every one I see, it's ridiculous! I have a few posts planned this week, including my top 5 Fall polishes. I think I may update my blog sale as well so keep an eye out for that!

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Lyn B Designs Swatch and Review!

Hi everyone! I hope you all have been well! I want to congratulate Jen Tesauro again for winning my 300 Follower Giveaway! I hope you love for polishes, Jen! Today I have two polishes from Lyn B Designs to show you. Jenna, the creator behind Lyn B Designs, has a super neat Etsy shop so be sure to check it out. These polishes are $8.50 and are full size.

First up we have This Is Halloween from the "Nightmare Begins" collection! You know I can't pass up a Halloween polish! This Is Halloween really caught my eye because I think it's the prefect color for this time of year. The base is a shimmery maroon with a slight bronze duo chrome. There's also purple and orange glitters. I was afraid that the glitters weren't going to be that noticeable on the nail but they are! They are just the right size to give the polish depth. The purple glitter also apear to be holographic so it adds a little flash to the polish. This Is Halloween is a tiny bit thick but covers evenly in two coats. A top coat is definitely needed because it dies to a semi matte finish. It helps the glitters stand out more as well. I love the overall look of this polish. Very Fall and super vampy!

Two coats of Lyn B Designs- This Is Halloween
One coat of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

Then we have Baker Street Boys from the "Baker Street" collection. I love green and I LOVE glitter so this one was an obvious choice! I did two coats of Baker Street Boys over two coats OPI- Don't Talk Bach To Me. The base in BSB is  just slightly tinted green with green shimmer. There's a few types of glitter including black squares, silver holographic bars, as well as green and silver hexes. I wouldn't says this polish could be opaque but it does tint whatever polish you put it over. It's a little thick but the glitter applies evenly. I think it's definitely a cool polish.
Two coats of OPI- Don't Talk Bach To Me
Two coats of Lyn B Designs- Baker Street Boys
One cota of Gelous
One coat of Poshe

What do you all think? There's one thing I want to add. These polish bottles have a very unique shape. The bottom is tiered and the top is quite tall. Compared to an OPI bottle, I want to say it's almost half an inch taller. It fits into my Melmer perfectly though! Have you purchased any polishes from Lyn B Designs before?

*Some products in this post were provided for me to review and give my honest opinion.*