Good morning :) I was down for the count at exactly 7:30 Friday night and haven't really done much but sleep, drink water, and play Monopoly on the playstation with C in a cold-induced fog. Monopoly generally makes me really mad, but somehow I can play it as a video game to better results. C is really good at it and I'm not, but we have a common ground fighting against the ai players. I even won a game (which C may or may not have helped with that... cold-induced fog... not really sure).
I've tried to get caught up on my commenting during the last three days, which may or may not have been a good idea. If I left a vague, typo-filled, semi-nonsensical comment on your blog, I should probably apologize....
The good news is that today I feel well enough to paint my nails again (even if it's just my left hand). And, I got some exciting nail mail over the weekend. So please pardon the half-baked cuticle care of the past three days and try to enjoy the show. ;)
This is Polished Components Azalea, a gorgeous, delicate pinky mauve that could almost be considered a scattered holo, were the holo bits a little denser. As it is, they're beautifully sparse and perfect for what I think this polish is trying to convey. Azalea is semi-sheer. I used three coats and it nearly got rid of visible nail line but I don't generally have a problem with that, especially when the color is this pretty and looks like a spring petal glistening with dew. I love this color.
Azalea was part of Polished Components' Spring 2012 collection and the indie maker's since found her niche, which includes some slightly risque-named polishes. Azalea isn't currently available but you do have the option to request a custom item from Polished Components' etsy shop. Check it out here.
I ordered a few more SH Nail Prisms off amazon sometime last week and those showed up on Friday.
Ruby Diamond, Pink Pearl, and Coral Amber. Welcome to the family, loves, lolol.
And, my promo Zoyas came in on Saturday!!
Crystal, Jem, and Suvi. The Zoya faeries called in extra staff to help out in their warehouse and appease those of us who didn't read the part about promo orders taking up to four weeks to ship in their terms & conditions. Zoya really is an awesome company with great service and they spoil us nailistas tremendously. If you think about it, take a second to thank them for their hard work on their facebook page.
And with that I'm seriously about tapped out. Time for a nap, lol. See you on the flipside, and thanks for reading. ♥