Thursday, December 27, 2012

Top 20 of 2012: Part 2

On to Part 2 of my Top 20 of 2012. Be sure to check out Part 1 if you missed it!


L-R:
Cult Nails Flushed, Essie Stroke of Brillance, KBShimmer Sugar Plum Faerie, LEX Cosmetics Tuileries, and Nail-Ventrous Floam

Cult Nails Flushed---Behind Closed Doors Collection


Does this really need a reason? Flushed with the bright pink shimmer throughout that already gorgeous purple is divine. Just look at it. No more words needed. Check out my full review here.

Essie Stroke of Brilliance over OPI I Have a Herring Problem---Luxe Effects


Stroke of Brilliance was a nice surprise for me this year. I had never seen steely blue glitter before. This is such an usual color for glitter, and I loved it. I also liked how this unique polish came from a mainstream brand. Check out my full review here.

KBShimmer Sugar Plum Faerie---Winter 2012 Collection


Sugar Plum Faerie was another great surprise polish for me. I love how non-traditional this holiday color is, but what I love most about is the creativity put into this shade. I would of never thought to combine these colors together, and I love when someone creates something I could not even fathom. The color combination here is great. This is fun, whimsical, and it made me smile. Check out my full review here.

LEX Cosmetics Tuileries 




Tuilieries combined two of my favorite elements in a polish--something soft with a punch of fun. I love the combination of this sweet girly pink jelly with the little red,orange,white, silver, and purple glitters. This is polish frilly, fun, airy, and feminine. Check out my full review here.

Nail-Venturous Floam



Floam I'd say for me, and I'm sure many others jumped started our indie polish addiction.When I saw Floam for the first time, I could not believe someone could take those colors, that finish, and make it into a nail polish. Floam is a genius nail polish, and I'm sure has become a cult classic! Check out my full review here.

Stay tuned tomorrow for Part 3!

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5 comments:

  1. Some more great picks! I have Floam and Tuilieries and have yet to try them. Now I am going to:)

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  2. Flushed is my favorite among these gorgeous polishes :)

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  3. oh yes, Floam is a classic!!
    And Flushed... aaah Flushed!! so beautiful!!

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