It's gorgeous, it's sexy, it's simple. I've been wearing it for three days and it still looks like this. It's shiny even without topcoat, it's easy to apply and the formula is great. I did three coats here. This is one of those almost-blacks that so many people dislike and bemoan the existence of. Me, though, I love them. Can't get enough of them. This dark red-brown is just too perfect. Yesterday my boyfriend took my hand and said, "Ooo, what's on your nails?" which seems to indicate that this polish is doing its sexy little job. Good show OPI.
This weekend my friend and I took a little trip to the Columbus Museum of Art and my parents' new house in the boonies. We ate lunch at a place called "Allison's Finer Diner" in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. I think you can imagine what that little town is like from the name of the restaurant.
Creepy small towns for the win. It was a really pretty day.
Then we contemplated some paintings at the Columbus Museum of Art. This is a George Bellows, one of my favorite artists. He's from Columbus and I always forget that.
There were some cool installations.
I loved that when I called my boyfriend and said, "Babe, I'm going to Columbus for the weekend." He replied with, "What's the exhibition?" I didn't even have to tell him I was going to a museum, he just assumed. How cute. Incidentally, the exhibition was called "Shared Intelligence: American Painting and the Photograph." It's worth seeing. The concept was good, the execution was less so. But there was some amazing stuff from the period in American art I like the best (early twentieth century).
Anyway, that's all. I had a good weekend roadtripping all over the state (we made a sojourn to Cincinnati as well). I hope Monday isn't agonizing as per usual. Coffee helps.
What do you guys think about All A-Bordeaux the Sled? I'm sure you can all dupe it with something else, but admit, it's gorgeous. What's your favorite vampy shade?