Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Fauxnadicure with Etude House #42

Hi Ladies.. Just a very quick post.. I've been very busy this week for my Cheska has started to go to School.. let me share to u my past Fauxnadicure using the Etude house polish #42... I'm loving Etude house polish for some of the color polish is can be use for stamping and the polish is very opaque for 2 coats and no application issue at all...here's my past Fauxnadicure and I like to share it with u guys...

thanks for looking!!
happy polishing!!
Etude House Dear Darling Nails #42
a dark blue with blue & silver micro shimmer
application:
opacity:
drying time:
Can use for stamping/konading:

I've came across and read this article on how to store a nail polish (CLICK HERE) I want ur opnion about this.. does putting a nail polish on a fridge will keep ur nail polish last longer? How old is ur Oldest nail polish bottle?

Here's my 16 yrs. old nail polish bottle this is my very first nail polish this was given to me when I was in grade school bought by my Aunt is US...sorry I forgot whats the Revlon polish name, I dont have this polish with me anymore, I left this polish here in Manila when I went to Abu Dhabi.. and my Mom told me that she throw all my dried polishes that I left here on my stuffs..I haven't try to put this polish in a fridge I just stored this in a COOL & DRY place... this photo is taken March 31, 2009


13 comments:

shortnails said...

this is so pretty. if you have time can you take a picture of the plate. and I really like your rating system.
example:
use for stamping/konading: ♥♥♥♥

I love that.

you are so good with putting dots on your nail designs. when I do it..there are way tooo many dots.

Elsa said...

me too... i love how you rate polish!!! cool!

i just can't get over the fact that you chose to keep that old polish... how sweet! but (your) mom throw it away... some kind of a remembrance from your aunt?

BTW which polish from etude is good for konading?

Katie said...

This looks amazing! Thanks for entering my giveaway :)

Konadobsession! said...

Etude House colors look great! I wonder if they are sold in Hong KOng?
Love yr Konading skills!
Carli

Liana said...

Beautiful mani!!!
Hmmm I never tried to store my polishes in the fridge...

Tassa said...

I love it! <3 I don't think that you ever made a mani that I didn't like it. Bravo girl! :)

beautyandthebeast said...

Another gorgeous mani :)

I dont think I have any old polishes at all.....once they go all clumpy I just bin them!

xo

Evil Angel said...

I think this turned out perfect but then your nail designs are always amazing!

Bunny said...

Amazing look like always!

Jane said...

My oldest bottles are 20 years old and going strong (Bonne Belle Smackers)- I've had a few thicken here and there, but a few drops of polish thinner fixes that right up. I've never heard of refrigerated storage being any better...

Elsa said...

thriszha... i got my bm plates at Amazon.com from bundlemonster... for only 17.99 plus 4 dollar for the shipping...

btw it only took 3 weeks for them to arrive..

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