ONE MORE DAY! So exciting!! The hubby and I actually exchanged gifts this morning, since we'll be with family tomorrow AND since I got him an iPhone (HUGE upgrade from our crappy Blackberries). I wanted him to be able to get it activated and set up before the big Christmas rush on Monday. It's been funny to watch him trying to figure out how to use it! Hehe!
Ever since it debuted last year, I fell head over heels for China Glaze Party Hearty. It's basically Christmas in a bottle with large red hexagonal, medium green hexagonal, and super tiny gold and silver round glitter. It's chunky enough to build up to opacity on its own with 3-4 coats, but I love it best layered. Over just about anything. But I'm showing it here as one thickish layer over OPI Alpine Snow. I probably should've gone a little lighter-handed on the glitter, but hey, it's Christmas, right? :-)
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SO festive! AH-MAZE-ING! This look reminds me of those cookies you can buy in those huge containers at Christmas that are covered in white chocolate with red and green sprinkles on top. I really don't think there's a polish out there that says "Christmas" better than this one! It's amazing, and you NEED it!! It looks great over just about anything, but here are two of my other favorite combinations:
Party Hearty over (L) China Glaze Jolly Holly and (R) Color Club What a Drag!
Two totally different looks, but I love them both. I was actually totally obsessed with wearing it over Jolly Holly last year. I wore it like 3 times in one month. It reminds me of red holly berries on a Christmas wreath! Looks great over silver too - it'd be a great look for a holiday party!
Party Hearty was part of China Glaze's Holiday collection last year, so it's long discontinued, but it's still relatively available on eBay for around $10-$15. A little steep for China Glaze, but I promise this one is worth it! It's a Christmas staple for polish lovers!
Well, I've still got more Christmas-y polishes to show you, but I'll just have to catch up on that a little later. I hope you all have a wonderful and happy holiday! MUAH!