Friday, August 17, 2012

Summer Lovin' Happened so Fast!

Sorry for the long break, my nails were apparently taking a most needed, but not wanted break from polish. I say most needed because after a week of no polish, my nails are feeling stronger and sharper than they have been in ages.

Anyways, today I have another - well actually two indie polishes. Naild'it's Summer Lovin Sun-Flower Seeds and Enchanted Polish's Austin Powers.

I happened to do a swap with Andrea from Naild'it nail polish and received or rather requested Sun-Flower Seeds and Froggy Pond (swatches coming soon). I was super excited and was not disappointed. 

Sun-Flower Seeds is described as "a loaded glitter nail polish with yellows, oranges, shimmers, reds, and whites with black round seeds. It it a great layering polish but also looks good alone. It is loaded with white matte glitter, neon pink, blue and red glitter." so of course yellow seemed like the obvious layering choice, but I felt the need to do something a little different and a gold holo seemed perfect. I love this combo and decided to an accent of Austin Powers just because it is such a gorgeous polish.

Take a look for yourself:


I used two coats of Austin Powers and Sun-Flower Seeds for all of the pictures above. All pictures were taken in natural (but setting) light. 

Both polishes were a dream to work with, however, my bottle of Sun-Flower Seeds seems to be missing the big black round glitter, but it doesn't detract from the polish. I can't wait to try out more polishes from both of these brands. 

Naild'it polishes are sold on Andrea's Etsy shop and Enchanted Polishes are sold on Llarowe.


  1. Hey there! If your rounds are not noticeable I will send you a little baggi of them to toss in there if you want:)

    1. Thank you for the offer, but i'm sure they will pop up eventually and I even like the way it looks without.

  2. Wow, Austin Powers is so nice looking in the sun!! I love it!

  3. Love the summery look these nails give off!


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