Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Crumpet's 33DC Day 2: Mani featuring most used polish

Hello fellow polish lovers!  Its a gorgeously sunny yet cool day in Central Ontario and the perfect day to show off this mani.

China Glaze For Audrey and OPI Vant to bite my neck? with MM20 plate
I didn't even have to think about what I would use because I could see on my rack that my For Audrey by China Glaze has a very visible usage line(one of the very few polishes I own that has that).  I absolutely love the colour and use it often, even though I have polishes by Essie and Orly that are very close matches to For Audrey I keep coming back to it.  My favourite polishes are blues, greens, teals, and aquamarine.  For Audrey has a great 2 coat-er formula, and I love the Tiffany blue.

This is 2 coats of For Audrey set with SV before I began stamping.  I noticed the first time I used Vant to Bite My Neck? that it had fabulous coverage and on shorter nails it was a one coat-er.  I knew I wanted to use it to stamp, and I have on a friends nails before but this is the first time I used it on myself.  The plate I used is Messy Mansion's MM20 plate In The Garden, which is available here(she has new plates that are going to be coming out soon and I can't wait!) this was the first time I used this plate so any inconsistencies that you see are user error and not the fault of the plate, I have used it more than once since and have had no more issues.

Everything is topped with SV as always(I have tried using other top coats like Out The Door but I find for me they just don't work as well, although NailPolishCanada is going to be getting in Glisten&Glow Top Coat, which I know a lot of bloggers like, so I may give that a try.

That's all for today, polish lovers.  Until Friday, polish happy!

Weds 25 Sept – mani featuring your most used colour polish


  1. Wow that's a really beautiful colour no wonder you it so much! Really like the stamps you've used too, especially the middle finger. X

    1. Thanks, I am really pleased with the Messy Mansion line of plates.