Sunday, March 31, 2013

Back When I Was Daddy's Little Girl...

Happy Easter everyone! I'm sure everybody is expecting an Easter mani, but that would be some overkill. Instead I give you Zoya Ginessa and Girly Bits Daddy's Little Girl. :) I used to be a Daddy's little girl, so this polish fits so well!

I used 2 coats of Ginessa, a pearly shimmery white, then one generous coat of Daddy's Little Girl. It has lovely purple, magenta, and blue glitter with big blue hexes! Great formula and quick dry time. :)

I also used my large dotting tool for the heart on my accent nail. I like it. Glittery, light, and pretty! I give this a 8/10 for glitter and a 9/10 for application. Keep your eyes peeled for my Gospel Choir concert mani! Have a lovely Easter everyone!

Want some Girly Bits? I get mine here for $10 and up:

1 comment:

  1. Dear Princess,

    Can’t help looking at the quirky and intricate diagonal lines of Collins Ave in neon orange! Taken aback by nail talks on your toiletry, we felt that it’s hard to stay away from trying out all (esp, “Back When I was Daddy’s Little Girl”).

    We would love to show case your ventures on fashion and DIY creations on our global platform.

    This is an exclusive space for your penmanship, where you can publish your connoisseur’s quest in the form of luring fashion blogs.

    That too you’re the one, who’s going to own this space! We would like to pass it on to others by featuring it on our global platform!

    Sulekha.US would be glad to present your fashion ventures to the Indian communities living abroad. We would love to connect them through one of the most vital channels i.e. fashion & style.

    It’s all yours and you’re going to own an exclusive fashion blog with Sulekha to share your fashion posts along with their back links.

    We would promote it across our wall and social media.

    Featuring your little creations on our home page would be a perk for our eager Indians, who are waiting for trends and style ranging from ‘grand’ to ‘on the go’.

    On the other hand, it’ll be our pleasure to feature your panache of styles on our home page.

    Sharing your passion for eye catchers might rejuvenate the senses of millions of Indians living abroad.

    Dress to kill!

    Thanks & regards
    Hamida, Content Manager, Sulekha US