Untried pretties


It’s been more than a week since my last post! My apologies… Last week was crazy busy with parent/teacher conferences and getting ready for a big party my family had this past Saturday. It was awesome and now that it’s over I can get back to the things I love! Back to swatching and posting all my pretty untrieds.

Tonight I have some older untrieds. Those that get pushed back the list and don’t get swatched because a newbie has arrived. This is one of the first polishes I bought from a “nail polish group” on Facebook. Maybe back in April? It is Nfu-oh 61. Now, when I bought this I had no idea what to expect. I wasn’t in love with it. I must confess, I only bought it because of its bottle shape. Yes! Sight unseen, swatch unseen I just had to have that kind of bottle. When it arrived I immediately swatched it on a nail wheel and forgot about it. Back then my polish was set up really weird. I stored my polish in small plastic bins with lids in my mud room! Yes, crazy. So anyways, I forgot all about it until later. Took me until early last month to swatch it! I was afraid I’d love it and afraid to use with no aqua base. A friend of mine said, no base needed it’s ok! So here you have it, #61 in all it’s holographic glory. I fell. Fell hard.

Natural light view-

Swoon ^____^

Next is another holographic beauty that I neglected because well I am not a huge holo fan. Or so I keep telling myself…This one was a gift from a dear friend and it just sat there unloved. Until a week or so ago. I will say that the only holos I do love are from Color Club. Maybe because they’re easy to score and look very pretty in the bottle as well as the nails. This one wasn’t one I would have bought. I am lucky a friend sent it to me and I discovered I can love this one too! Color Club Cherubic.


Isn’t it lovely?

Last but not least is an indie I bought because it is black. I don’t think I’ve mentioned this before but I love black polish. Pink and black, red and black, purple and black etc etc etc. I love to use black as my base and layer it with glitters and jellies and what not! I want to own every black polish made! I own OPI, Essie, sinful colors, Orly, etc etc etc. Yes, in black. I know they’re all the same, they’re black. But what can I say I’m crazy like that! Didn’t you read that part where I kept my polish in a mud room? Crazzzzy!!! šŸ˜‰ This is Emily de Molly Muted Madness.

Isn’t she gorgeous?

Thank you for reading! Hope you enjoyed my crazy post šŸ˜›

What are you crazy about?

Sweet Dreams



2 thoughts on “Untried pretties

  1. WOW you nabbed one of the most famous holo polishes and didn’t even realize it! :O You’re SOOO lucky!! Nfu-Oh 61 is GORGEOUS. *swoon* is totally right! I still don’t own any Nfu-Oh’s but that would probably be the one I’d love to get my mitts on. Although Color Club’s Harp on It (from the same collex as Cherubic) is almost identical. šŸ™‚
    How interesting…I didn’t know you were obsessed with black polish! Good to know! I might have a polish or two to send you that I’m not too keen on. That Emily de Molly (another brand I do not have) is pretty cool as well, even though black isn’t my personal fave. šŸ˜‰
    Gosh, I cannot get over how well you captured the linear holos! Makes me wanna bust out a holo right now! lol

    • Awe! Thank you Emily! šŸ˜‰ I guess I never thought I could pull off the holo look and wondered why it took me so long to swatch it. I’ve seen other Nfu-oh’s that I’d like but they’re kinda pricey and I’m kinda stingy lol!
      Yes, I’m a weird one with the black polish >.< its must own in my book. The more, the better ^_^
      I have several other color clubs and I need they need love. I don't have harp on it but I'm considering adding to my wish list! If you bust out a holo please send me a pic ā¤

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