Here is the base coat and nail foundation I used. So far I'm not incredibly impressed with the Butter London Nail Foundation. I mean, I like the color it adds to my nails, but it's really thick and much harder to apply than my other ridge filler/foundations and bc it's thick, it takes much longer to dry. Oh well...I'll use it.
I used 2 coats of polish per nail with Butter London Fast Dry topcoat over it all. Now, I do really like this topcoat. It seems to be more protective than Seche Vite.
Clean up with acetone and a brush and moisturize with my new nail oil spray. It dries my polish quickly and floods my cuticles with moisture to make up for using 100% acetone.
Hard Candy FRENZY
Here's my collection of Hard Candy polishes. I added to them a few days ago. So I currently have everything Walmart has to date. Hard Candy signed a contract with Walmart, so now that's the only place to find them. I know there are other Hard Candy's I need, and I'm sure I want, but this is all I can get my hands on at the store.
Yeah, I didn't get all the minis. I didn't even see them around here, and when I find them, they were picked over on clearance. LAME!!!
I love their bottles! So cute. And they really are a good quality polish. Their cremes apply so well. Opaque in just 1 or 2 coats. My favorite! Walmart sells them for $4 a piece. So this is a guilt free purchase.
SKY- The lightest blue polish ever
MUSHROOM- a dirty grey/brown
SPLENDIDO: a neon yellow creme
THE END: a very black creme
BEETLE- a color shifting purple/green polish
FRENZY- a turquoise creme
FABULUXE- a high-density raspberry glitter
No....I don't work for Hard Candy. I wish I did though. I'd be polish rich!!!!