Hope y’all had some great food yesterday for Thanksgiving! It has been a great year and I’m thankful for a lot of things. I have already started a little bit of this Thanksgiving sale craze last night and will be continuing a little bit today. Today I have another oldie but a goodie from Nina Ultra Pro. Y’all know by now that I found these pictures when going through an old folder in my photo account online. Here’s Nina Ultra Pro Bossa Nova.
Bossa Nova is a pretty bright dusty blue creme shade. It sounds kinda confusing cause bright and dusty can be seen as negating each other but it’s really not. Again, I have no idea how many coats this is or evem how the formula even is being that I took this years ago.
I’m pretty sure this was the shade that caught my eye in the store and I ended up leaving with the entire collection. Sounds familiar?
Happy Thanksgiving y’all! I had a great Thanksgiving with my husband’s side of the family and I am stuffed to the brim! I also managed to do some online shopping with Black Friday deals that went live early. I’ll keep this post short and sweet as I have to check out a couple more deals online. Here’s Shimmer Polish Mary.
This shade is packed with glittery goodness. It is described as “red, silver & black” according to the creator. That is a pretty spot on description for this shade really. I like red glitter shades like this because it’s not a safe color combo per se with silver and black. It’s kinda unique really. Just like other Shimmer Polish shades I’ve used and reviewed, glitter pieces are abundant and no sinking glitter at all even though I’ve had this bottle for more than a year. Formula is nice and applies beautifully. Shown is 2 thin coats with no top coat.
Shimmer Polish retails for $12 each and you can purchase them on the website or through their Etsy store. If none of the shades are quite right, you can request a custom polish to be made in any name you want for $15 each.
*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*
Here’s another oldie but a goodie from Nina Ultra Pro. As mentioned in my earlier post here for another shade from the same collection, I found these pictures when going through an old folder in my photo account online. Here’s Nina Ultra Pro Tango.
This reddish creme shade looks so shiny! I have no idea how many coats this is or what the formula’s like since I took this a long time ago (and I still haven’t located this in my stash).
I think the color for this one is pretty accurate since it seems to be red still in the direct sunlight shot. The direct sunlight shots have always been the most accurate when it comes to color in my experience.
Hey guys! How has your weekend been? Are y’all ready for Thanksgiving and all the sales surrounding that? I’m not going to stress over the sales at all this year. I haven’t really in the past few years. I just do some light shopping online cause I’m pretty much done with what I need to get for gifts by now. I’m looking forward to the food more really. We’re deep frying some chickens while my SIL will be roasting the turkey. I’m going to probably bake some Nutella cupcakes and help my husband with the homemade apple pie. Today’s post is on another shade that the sweet Polish Insomniac sent me for a giveaway replacement package (read about it here). Here’s Nicole by OPI The Gold Shoulder.
If I remember this right it’s a Walmart exclusive shade. This shade is packed with gold glitter in silvery gold shimmer. The gold glitter bits is more sparse but it’s definitely there. Formula is a little bit watery but applied beautifully. Shown is 2 thin coats with no top coat.
This is an oldie but a goodie. I found these pictures when going through an old folder in my photo account online. I got 2 sets of some shades from the Nina Ultra Pro Sultry Samba Collection a few years ago and I remember selling one set off to a nice reader. I’m not sure where mine is right now cause I can’t seem to locate it. This calls for going through my collection sometime over the holidays I suppose. Here’s Nina Ultra Pro Salsa.
I like this green a lot even when it’s not a glitter, holo or shimmer. I tend to shy away from cremes so I’m not sure what possessed me to get this, but I’m sure glad I did! It looks so squishy that it makes me think of jelly shades. I have no idea how many coats this is unfortunately since I took this a long time ago.
Excuse the poor state of my cuticles in those shots. I believe this was just about when I started my blog. It actually looks kind of weird to me now since I hold the bottle very differently as well since the angle looks very different.