Happy Saturday polish fiends! I think yesterday's post about Wild Card was my 200th post and I didn't realize it until now. Oh well. 201 is just as monumental, right? It's finally sunny again today and I couldn't be happier. Yesterday was gross and necessitated a winter coat. I tried to take a bit of a walk at the outdoor mall by my house (and by "take a bit of a walk" I of course mean "go shopping a lot") but I couldn't handle the cold. I ended up buying some Chipotle and heading in to work early just to get into the warmth. Oh, dude. Remember how I told you a bit ago that my friend from work's dad died? Someone else at work's grandfather just died and my manager's best friend died...yesterday, I think. Strange things are afoot at Coffee Inc. I've heard that death comes in threes, so maybe we're finished. It's all so sad, though.
On that horrifyingly depressing note, I have another Wet n Wild Shine polish to show you. It's not one of the "new" ones; it's available on pretty much every Wet n Wild display I've ever encountered. I got this one ages ago and it took me until now to use it.
This is Blazed and it is an uber-Steff color. It has been a while since I've sung the praises of everything coral/melon/peach. Guess what? I effing love this beast. This is three coats. Remember how I was kind of pissed off that Sunny Side Up had VNL after three coats? I don't mind it with Blazed because I love the color so much. I kind of can't tell whether this is a jelly or a creme. Maybe it's one of those cremes that looks kind of jelly. Whatever, it's gorgeous. It would make a great summer pedicure color. Again, this was ninety-nine cents and you can find it at any drug store with a Wet n Wild display. I've been using Sally Hansen Mega Shine lately and I don't think I like it as much as Seche Vite. My bottle of Seche is pretty much donezo, though. It's at the point where it has been thinned a million times already and also the brush isn't really reaching down into the product anymore (by the way, Seche, that's really annoying; make longer brushes). I think I'm going to buy a new bottle when I get around to Sally's.
I leave you with a couple pictures of some deer in my backyard. In one of them the sunlight/reflection of the sliding glass door fucked things up, but it's still kind of a cool picture.
Can you see them? They're bein' all stealth.
They're leaping away! Silly reflection.
I took these at about 10am, which is a totally weird time for deer to be frolicking. They tend to like dawn and twilight. By twilight I mean the time of day, not sparkle vampires.
K, that's all for today. I hope everyone has a super-fantastic-weekend. I'm working tonight so that's kind of blah, but I'm off tomorrow and Monday so yay!