Monday, January 20, 2014


Hello all our friends!
Teyie and I are in a period of, well... Transition. Evolution. Adjustments. Change.
We have found that the format of blogger is not for us any longer. We are changing how we will be posting. We are going to shut down the blog and move to posting via Facebook and Instagram.
Please continue to follow us as we have much in store and will be continuing to do many giveaways!

Thank you for following,
Tey and Rach

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Nfu-Oh #51

Before we get to the pretties, I want to remind you of our giveaway. It is going on until January 2. You can enter by going here. Lotsa great stuff with possible surprise gifts later!

Ok, on to the new edition to my lovlies! This is a lemming of mine for over a year now, and I found it! There were a few on, and I snagged one!

The bottle is so adorable! #51 is from the Victorian Series. This is discontinued and can be hard to find, but it seems they have several! I highly recommend going there to get one if you don't have it. The formula... Well, it was spectacular. So easily applied. Even thin coats gave a great amount of flakies. It is very sheer, and hard to build without VNL.

I did index and pinky with just #51. My middle finger is Rimmel Black Satin with two coats of #51, and ring finger has OPI Russian Navy with two coats of #51.

With Flash

Over black and over blue gives different flashes of color. The blue gives off a peach color, where the black gives off a bronze-y orange. It's so versatile.

With Flash

Natural Light

Natural Light

I also tried it over a deep red and a bright orange to see if it would show off the green and blue flashes, but that didn't work. I will be trying other combos and will post which ones work out well.

Do you already have this polish? What combos have you tried? Post any of your pics on our FB site here.


Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Christmas Tree Mani

Today I tried a fairly simple technique. A "V" shaped tape mani. I have seen some uses of this to make christmas trees, but wanted to do a skittles of glitter trees. Albeit, it came out looking a bit sloppy with the pictured. Macro can be unforgiving. But to the naked eye, it looks great. To me at least!

I used Spa Ritual Rhythm of Life for the green base. My index finger is Hard Candy Black tie optional with a silver glitter star, middle is OPI Polka.Com With a purple star, ring finger is Carpe Noctem Cosmetics Hyperion with a gold star, and pinky is Julep Paris with a blue star.

I definitely will be doing this technique again. This time, since the pictures were unforgiving, and I just couldn't get  more than one good one after MANY taken, I only have the one to show you.

Out of the 4, I loved how the Carpe Noctem came out. It was a ONE COAT, where the others were a couple with placement of some glitter. So, as I have gushed before, Emily hits it out of the park again!

Have you tried this technique? What did you think of it? Share your manis on our Facebook page so we can all enjoy them! I look forward to seeing what you guys have done!


Tuesday, December 3, 2013

The Giveaway is LIIIIIIIIVE!

Go Check out our Facebook page HERE and enter!
There's one prize, and it's OPI-riffic!

The first item is a mini set from the Couture de Minnie release earlier this year.

The second item is a duo of Spotted the Lizard and Stainless Steel. With all the duo and multi chromes coming out, I felt this would be a great addition to anyone's collection!

The third item is a Merry Fashionista box with a charm bracelet and bottle of Excuse Moi!

Good luck to everyone!

This giveaway runs until January 2, 2014. All prizes were purchased by me, Rachel. There is no sponsorship of any kind in this giveaway. All entries will be verified. Any entry that do not meet, will end up in disqualification.  The winner must respond within 48 hours of notification, or another winner will be chosen.
*****EDIT***** This giveaway is for U.S. Only. Unfortunately at this time we cannot extend to international addresses. If you have a U.S. address to send it to, we would be happy to have you join!

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Saturday, November 23, 2013

LA Bella Vernice - Tinkerbell

Today is a new polish maker to me. La Bella Vernice.
I ordered 5 minis from her collection, one of which is Tinkerbell. It's a soft blue holo. The formula was great! Went on smooth and easy, and dry time was quick. It is a scattered holo, of which I am really liking lately. I'm still a lover of linear, but this really captured my heart.
I layered it over Sinful Colors Love Nails. I think that the color really matched well with Tinkerbell, and only enhanced the holo.

The Accent nail is Orly's Sparkling Garbage, another scattered holo polish that I absolutely ADORE.

I did some stamping with "I <3 Nail Polish" with a little polish bottle using NOPI Stolen Kisses. 

Tinkerbell really seemed to me like fairy dust, and that it was floating! That was really hard to capture in the photos, but it was a great effect. 
You can buy from her store at 


Friday, November 22, 2013

Map Nerls!

As promised a LONG time ago, I use my water decals of a map!
I REALLLLLY love how they turned out. It was the EASIEST mani I have ever done. I used Fing'rs Edge Nail Tattoos. You can get them at Wal-Mart, and I have been seeing them at Bed, Bath and Beyond n their cosmetics area. There are two bottles of polish and three designs. Each design comes with 10 sheets of tattoos, but I only used three for both hands! One I totally ruined because I thought, hey lets see if alcohol works better. DO NOT DO THIS. Cuz it doesn't work at all. Water is what you should use. And yeah, if you're smart, you read directions. Not like I did and didn't read directions. Oh well. MAYBE that is why they are called "WATER Decals"...
ANYHOO... I painted my nails with a white base using OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls, and let it dry completely. The I applied the tattoos. Make sure you let them dry before putting on a top coat. Super simple. One other tip. Take off the excess decal from your skin while it is still wet. If you wait it gets pretty sticky and harder to come off.

Do you have these? What did you think after trying them? Gimme a comment and let me know!


Thursday, November 14, 2013

Nerd Lacquer Warrior Ethos

Today we have Nerd Lacquer Warrior Ethos.
This beautiful red jelly is UHMAYZINGUH! The formula is so perfect. The glitter goes so well with the red base. And the DEPTH! Oh the depth...
I just cannot express with my limited vocabulary how much I love this polish.
Just let the pics speak...

Looking at it close up, it's like you can swim in this polish and make it rain glittah! Another reason why I covet my Nerds.