Are we ready to get the work week started? I hope everyone had a great weekend. Mine was good, but too short. As per usual.
I am back with the second half of the polishes that were sent to me from L.A. Girl. You will see a couple of these in a later post as well, as I used them as undies for some other polishes.
I really enjoyed these three. I will be rocking one of these on my toes soon, and I bet by the time you get to the bottom of this post you will know which one it is. The three polishes that I have today are two crelly polishes and a creme.
Each of these polishes applied easily. However only two of them photographed well. Again, you will see. I tried so many different things to get it to look right. (So please bear with me on that one)
So let's see what we have...
First up is Deep Sea. This is only two coats and man I love it. It's a deep DEEP blue/teal depending on how the light hits it. Also, get this, cleanup was easy. Blues always seem to be a bear to clean up. The blue tends to stain me on the cuticles when I try to clean up, but as you can see, it didn't stain.
Next up is Tart. You guys know that I love purple. Purple is my JAM! This is three coats of Tart. It is more like a royal purple. Just so squishy and pretty. I will say it is a bold purple. Not really much more to say about it. The pictures speak for themselves. Bold. Purple. Crelly.
Ok, now here is the tough one. This is the one out of all six of them that gave me the hardest time ever. Seriously, this has to be the hardest polish to date I have done. This is Hot Stuff. In real life this is a neon peachy pink. I took this polish all over my house trying to get good pictures. This was easy to apply and beautiful in person. This is summer in a bottle. I will be putting this bad boy on my toes. The pictures I have are the best of what I could get.
You can check out these polishes and more at your local Rite Aid, if you have one. If not you can always check out www.lagirlusa.com to order your own online. Deep Sea and Tart are part of the ColorPop Urban Glam line and Hot Stuff is part of the ColorPop Rebel line.
****Products were provided for review, all opinions are 100% my own****