Monday, November 12, 2012

Pretty & Polished - Party At Joes!

Hey guys! This post comin' atcha from a very busy Rebecca.
I've got a 10-page paper due on Thursday plus a 2-page assignment due on Friday so I am stressin' away, trying to get them done. (AKA I still haven't started the big one.)

Of course, posting on my blog is a welcome distraction from my work. So here's a swatch post!


Pretty & Polished - Party At Joes!
Isn't this adorable?


Party At Joes has a sheer blue base and all kinds of fun multi-colored glitter in all shapes and sizes.
Shown here is three coats, plus a little bit of extra glitter-dabbing. I did have some trouble getting enough glitter onto the brush but that's normal when working with mini polishes.

I adore the shade of blue and I really had fun wearing this polish! I hadn't worn blue for a while and it reminded me of how much I like wearing blue. Haha. I'm weird.


Got a bunch of compliments on it, too! The square glitters are my fave.

I wish I had a polish like this in every color!

Pretty & Polished is available on Etsy, $8.50 for full size and $4.75 for minis!
And don't forget to also check 'em out on Facebook or their blog.
Product provided for honest review.

10 comments:

  1. Very cute! The square glitters are great.

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  2. That is really a fun one. Normally me and multi-colored glitters are "meh" but this one rocks! Looks great against your skin, too!

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  3. It looks like the Pretty & Polished Pool Party... Sure it's not a dupe?

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    1. not a perfect dupe, but this is the new-and-improved Pool Party :)

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  4. very pretty! love the square glittery too.

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  5. This is such a fun polish! It's like a party on your nails, which might help you get through that 10 page paper!

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  6. I love this too! It really does look like a fun party, yet cute at the same time.

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  7. Very fun! Awesome brand, one of my favs. :)
    Thanks for sharing - and I resemble your choice to paint nails instead of writing a paper.

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