Happy Caturday!! I know a lot of us nailistas miss wearing our favorite polishes because we always want to buy MOAR, and blogger types have varying ways of dealing with this while keeping their content fresh. Well, I'm not even going to try. It's June and traffic has slowed down considerably, so I thought I'd take the opportunity to show off some of my old pretties again on the weekends.
Butter London All Hail The Queen first made its appearance here last August as part of a challenge I was doing, and on nubs. A couple things have changed since then, including the fact that I've finally gotten with the times and started to watermark....
Regarding said watermarks... progress, not perfection, lol. I need to work on placement and proper spelling of my first name, apparently.
Anyway. All Hail The Queen is one of the most insanely gorgeous neutral polishes ever made. It's got a rich taupe base and is packed with silver and holographic shimmer. It's just... gorgeous, so elegant and decorous. A lot of gals like to reach for this one in the winter, but I find myself drawn to it as soon as summer starts to approach. Putting it on again makes me feel like I could live in it for the next three months.
So lovely in the sun! The subtle scattered holo effect with the taupe is just pitch perfect for summer.
All Hail The Queen is available for sale on Butter London's website, Ulta, and Nordstrom for $15.
So my right knee has been troublesome for me since my early twenties, but it's never been anything that's waylaid me from running or doing my lower body work until yesterday. One of my coworkers tells me I'm getting old, lol. At any rate, the back of my knee and the tendons were hurting and starting to feel numb yesterday morning, and by evening the front was all swollen and I was on the couch with an ice pack wrapped around it. C advised me to not run for 3 or 4 days and that's got me incredibly bummed. So I went and posted a photo of my sad knee on my personal facebook page, lol. Here's what's stupid about that-- first of all, no one wants to see photos of someone else's injury and it bugs me to high heaven when people post photos of their ailments because most the time, it's just gross. The rest of the time, you can't even tell anything's wrong and it's just a silly picture of an unphotogenic body part. That would be my case. But, I'm not taking it down because I really want someone to feel sorry for me, lol.
Thanks for reading and have yourselves an awesome weekend :)