Friday, November 18, 2016

SquareHue Museum Hop Paris November 2016 & Thanksgiving Nail Art

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This is going to be a two in one post. I have swatches of this Months Square Hue polishes and some nail art that I did with more Square Hue Polishes. I had actual proper Square Hue Swatches of each polish BUT apparently them memory card went missing and I didn't have time to redo them before I wanted to get this post up. 

I do think that we need to listen to Shinedown Asking For It. No joke, cutest freaking music video ever! 

Let's get into it! 

So, I am sorry but this is the only picture of the polishes that I have. I don't think it matters if it is swatches on one finger or on 4. As long as you can see the polish, then what does it matter? At least that is how I look at it. 
We are going to be working from the pinky (left) to the pointer (right). I will save the Zombie Turkey for last though. 

I don't even know how to pronounce that to be honest. But d'Orsay is a peachy-pink nude polish. I wont lie, when I first applied this polish originally, I bloody hated it. Upon wearing it the second time, I do actually like it! It is such a lovely and opaque polish. 

Girrrrl/Guuuy No joke, this is my favorite polish out of the entire year! I LOVE holographic polishes! I mean, let us be real, who doesn't like holos?! I have a special place in my heart for holographic brown polishes though! I have worn this polish the most out of the entire year. This one is a bit thinner than the other two, but it still only needs maybe three coats.

This matter polish is a cement grey and it is one of those polishes that you need to use the least amount of strokes possible. That is to just get it to look even! When I first applied this, I couldn't get it even to save my life! You can still see some marks in the polish, but it is still gorgeous! I did apply a top coat on the end, just so you could see what it looks like shiny...and then I smudged the corner. I know, shame on me. 

As much as I grumbled about d'Orsay and Louvre in the beginning, I actually like the entire collection! Pompidou is for real a must have though! I am quickly learning that Brown may be my favorite color, is that weird?!

Okay, so for the Turkey, this really was my first time doing nail art in probably....a while. I only just found my dotting tools and I am missing the one that I actually needed. Next time I will probably get some striping polishes so you can tell the difference between the head and neck. Can you tell that I didn't think it totally through?! Honestly, it is not my best work butt I am still a noob when it comes to nail art, so you can't judge me! I have taken that away! Muahahhaha.
All polishes I used were SquareHue, but of course if you want to try and do your own Turkey, you can use any polishes you want. 

Base - Johnston Canyon
Feathers - Mönch - Nani - Slot Canyon - Sandstone
Head - Pompidou - St.Vincent - iPolish - Slot Canyon

My turkey wouldn't have looked like a zombie if the polish wouldn't have ran >_< I thought it was totally dry! Apparently not though! Bummage

Have a fantastic day! <3

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