Only a few more day’s before Christmas and I’m all set for it. Are you guys done with your holiday shopping? There’s always some last-minute gifts you can grab for everyone on your list. I’ll make a post tomorrow maybe on some really last-minute gift ideas. Today’s post is on the last Nina Ultra Pro shade from their Sultry Samba Collection a few years ago. Here’s Nina Ultra Pro Mambo.
Mambo is the purple creme in this collection. Just like most of the other shade, there is a dustiness to this. I have no idea how many coats this is or how the formula fared since I took this years ago.
Please excuse the lack of clean up in these shots. These were taken shortly after I just started blogging years ago.
Back when I first started getting into nail polish, neons were not my thing. It was one of the finishes I hated the most. At some point this has changed. I gravitated to the brighter and bold shades. Today’s post is on Nina Ultra Pro Cha-Cha-Cha.
Cha-Cha-Cha is the orange from the Sultry Samba Collection. Unlike the other shades though, this one’s exceptionally bright — almost neon but not quite. There is a slight dustiness to this shade. Again, I have no idea how many coats this is or what the formula’s like since I took this years ago.
The direct sunlight shots are the most accurate ones to show how this shade really looks.
Time is flying by really fast. I’m glad I got the tree up when I did because my assumption that I won’t have time to do it after Thanksgiving is spot on. I’m almost completely done with gift wrapping as well. Today I have another shade from a few years ago. Here’s Nina Ultra Pro Flamenco.
Flamenco is a very pretty dusty pink creme shade. This is from the Sultry Samba Collection just like the other Nina Ultra Pro shades I’ve been posting recently. Just like the others, I have no idea how many coats this is or even how the formula is since I took this years ago.
This is probably my favorite shade from the entire collection. My favorite is usually the red in the collection, but Tango wasn’t the bold kind of red I usually like.
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?
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.