Hi everyone, welcome to Thursday. Man am I waiting for it to be Friday. I'm also pretty sure we skipped Spring here. I wasn't here last week but I was told that it was in the 30's and 40's. Yesterday, it was over 90 degrees. No wonder I feel like a drowsy zombie! I am excited for the warmer weather because we are planting our garden this weekend. Normally we are really planned out with what we are growing but this year isn't the case. We have a huge space for our garden so we can grow a ton of different things. We definitely will be doing tomatoes, zucchini, and snap peas. We are debating doing onions and potatoes but we've never grown either and beets, carrots, and corn are still on the table. I guess that's what I will be brainstormed during work today ;) We get really into our garden in the Summer as evidenced by our nine fruit trees, garden, raspberry bush, and garlic growing all along the side of the property.
Today I have two polishes that I am really excited to show you. These two polishes are limited edition and were created for Sally Beauty's 50th anniversary and I believe that's the only place you can find them. I had never heard of these polishes until I saw them in the Sally's ad for this week. Of course, the limited edition bell went off in my brain and I was out hunting for them on Tuesday after work :)
First up is OPI Pop the Cork! I was a little meh about this one when I saw it in the ad but in person and on the nail I fell in love with it. This polish is a glitterbomb of gold and silver glitter in a clear base. It's very dense and I only needed one coat for the look you see above and below. My base is OPI Don't Bossa Nova Me Around and I finished off with topcoat.
The second color is OPI 50 is the New Fabulous. This polish is a bright mid-tone magenta pink cream. I was told that this is a close dupe to OPI Pink Flamenco but surprisingly I don't own that polish so I can't confirm that. It's not a new color by any means but I have to say that this polish basically applied itself. I was pretty close to only needing one coat and the formula was buttery smooth and perfect. I used two coats with topcoat below.
Overall I am really pleased with both of these polishes. I am obsessed with the glitter, so much so that I wore it yesterday as an accent nail and considered wearing it again today when I took off my polish. The pink isn't original but the formula is so outstanding that I can't help but love it. Do you plan on hunting for these polishes? Let me know down below!