Sunday, June 10, 2012

Do I Dare Eat a Peach?

This beautiful peach polish is also a collaboration with my friend Lauryn. The idea behind it is from T.S. Eliot's poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock". I love this! :)


It has tiny red and peach glitter, small silver, medium coppery orange and green hex, medium green squares and a slight shimmer.

mmm... peachy...
ETA - this one has no top coat. I put on two coats. I like to try to show you reality as much as I can. ;)

Have a great day! 

8 comments:

  1. So pretty! Your frankens are awesome!

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    1. Thank you SO much! I need to post some stamping...I did do some recently :) w00t!

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  2. This is such a stunning polish!! I have never seen anything like it, I really love the colors you put together. So light and springy and... well, peachy!

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    1. Thank you! It is a great peach, peachy and yet interesting. I wonder if someone that is conservative would wear it...ease them into the world of glitter? :D

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    2. There's something exactly like it. It's a total ripoff of Pam Whimsical nail polish. All her frankens rip of Whimsical.

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    3. Frankens my ass ! Aren't all indiepolish Frankens ? The polish is beautiful and looks nothing like the peach whimsical one, case closed !

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    4. Dear Internet, I'm on day 2 of my trek into the nail polish blog world and am having a tough time with a few comments. Some are nice and funny, some dripping in snarkiness and others are just plain rude, it's mind boggling. Perfect example, Anonymous posted a comment which makes me unsure of "It's" intentions.

      Dear Anonymous, this polish isn't a "ripoff" of anything "Pam Whimsical" has to offer. Not sure if serious or just trolling. I'll go with the latter since a quick Google search shows Whimsical Ideas by Pam doesn't offer anything like this. Yes, she has a peach polish, but it is nowhere near as complex as this one.

      It is my firm belief, Internet, that this "Anonymous" is Pam herself trying to "bleed" some of the craziness out of her system. It's hard not to jump to such conclusions after her behavior on a well known forum. Internet, I know you know what I speak of, so I won't go into details. But thanks again for listening, I will continue to keep a log of my findings as I journey deeper into the bowels of the unknown. Please pray for me, that I don't become a cynic by the end of my tour.

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  3. I bet this would be a good polish to ease someone into the glitter addiction! It's gorgeous!

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