I guess Winter Wonder is a dupe for Zoya FeiFei and a near dupe for OPI On Her Majesty's Secret Service. There are abundant comparisons. I have neither of those polishes, so I can't do one. But I do have this one, which I got for $2 at Rite-Aid. Like Zoya FeiFei and OPI OHMSS, this polish is sort of hard to describe. Sort of a smoky, charcoal-colored base with pink, gold, green, blue, silver shimmer. I would say that you definitely have to see it in person. I did two coats here, and the formula was good. I really like this one. I'm glad I found it. It was hiding on a bottom shelf with the rest of the Holiday Shimmers display. For shame, Rite-Aid. For shame.
Well, tomorrow is Thanksgiving, so that's exciting or something. I do like the holiday. I always look forward to mashed potatoes and my mom's stuffing, which is THE BEST. EVER. Also, there's pie. In honor of the holiday, I pulled out my now-traditional and VERY CONTROVERSIAL
Navajo Pendleton sweater. You may remember from last year my lamentations about how no one loved my sweater. My then-boyfriend told me it was hideous and suggested I throw it away. My best friend told me it looked like a crappy blanket from the back of a pick-up truck. But I love it. And dammit, I will wear it.
Maybe I should tell you some stuff I'm thankful for in the spirit of National Pie-Eating Day. I'm thankful for:
1. My supportive parents
2. The guy who for some reason has agreed to spend the rest of his life with me, despite my type A neuroses and constant bouts of worry.
3. This blog and all of you. What would I do without all of your encouragement?
4. Pie. WHAT? It's GOOD.
So, I'll leave you with this delightful Hyperbole and a Half cartoon to illustrate why you should love pie more than cake, and really more than most other things.
Happy Thanksgiving Eve, guys.