The search for the perfect nude – not too thin or streaky, not too yellow and not too pink, not too light and not too dark – may well be a lifelong quest for mani-addicts, but we’ve done the research to get you off to a good start. All of our top ten offered easy application, a good glossy finish and at least five-day staying power (with the help of our favourite Seche Vite topcoat), and, from the palest of pinks to deep chocolatey brown, there’s something for every skin tone. 1. Essie Nail Lacquer in Spin the Bottle: £7.99, Superdrug
by admin @ essie
Wed Nov 09 02:20:24 PST 2016
Essie offer a growing range of nail care products including nail colours, nail treatments and nail accessories. Browse the range at lookfantastic.com
Our favourite way to lift your mood, liven an outfit and feel colourful this winter.....
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Discover a whole new way to essie with our sleek stick nail wraps. <br>Now you can re-create chic looks fresh from the runway without picking up a brush. Essie’s UV-cured nail wraps mimic the feel of handcrafted nail art and last up to 10 days. All you need to do is match the stickers to the size of each nail, peel them off and apply, before buffing away any excess with the file... easy!
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by admin @ whats hot – essie
Thu Oct 27 00:47:26 PDT 2016
escape to paradise with this frosty sapphire blue nail polish. this vacation in a bottle is an essie salon pedicure favorite. DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde freeshop now
by admin @ whats hot – essie
Thu Oct 27 00:48:30 PDT 2016
set your heart on fire with this sizzling rich red coral nail polish. how hot is too hot? there’s only one way to find out. DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde freeshop now
Update your look with a manicure makeover. Check out the latest shades from the newest collections on counter.
Always at the foreground of the hippest and hottest new colors, the latest ESSIE collection called LEGGY LEGEND once again does not disappoint. With this range I noticed the brush of the applicator is a little shorter, thinner and rounder than normal. Also the formula itself is a little thicker and more pigmented so I’m …
Sassy Hong Kong
We love finding out the hidden secrets of Hong Kong, so we always try to follow up any tips we get from our members in order to share them with you! One such “secret” was passed on to us by Sassy member Gillian, who told us about a little Nail Varnish heaven right in the …
by Leandi @ Sassy Hong Kong
Wed Sep 20 15:00:44 PDT 2017
Paris ç’est chic! District: Central Cuisine: French Bistro How much: Starters from $98, mains from $228, dessert from $88 The Best For: A romantic Parisian date night Must Order: Bouchées de champignons de Paris aux escargots (Snails baked in a mushroom cap with parsley-garlic butter) and Saint-Honoré cake For a long while rumours have been […]
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Well, well, well, look what day it is — budget buy Friday! With only three weeks till Spring, we're ready to feel the sunshine on our faces and let our
by admin @ whats hot – essie
Thu Oct 27 00:49:41 PDT 2016
eternally cool. effortlessly chic. essie’s original beguiling jet black lacquer laces up a deep, dark and delicious look for a rockstar attitude with sophisticated style. DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde freeshop now
Hi thereWhere does everyone purchase Essie nail polish, are there official places to purchase from like CND products (I know there is the main...
Terms like Ballet Slippers, Fiji, and Mint Candy Apple are synonymous with Essie nail polish, just like the short, square glass bottles and white caps
by Lidya @ nzgirl
Sun Sep 17 17:40:51 PDT 2017
The best way I would describe The Changeover is a coming-of-age arthouse supernatural fantasy thriller-ish movie. A lot of words, but it is only because there are so many layers to the film. Sixteen year-old Laura Chant lives with her mother and four-year-old brother Jacko on the edge of earthquake-scarred Christchurch, New Zealand. Laura is drawn into a supernatural battle with an ancient spirit who attacks Jacko and slowly drains the life out of him. Laura discovers her true identity and the supernatural ability within her, and must harness it to save her brother's life. It captivated me straight from the start. The first scene (shown below) perfectly captured the awkwardness of wanting to be a carefree child but having the responsibilities of an adult. New Zealanders and co-producers Miranda Harcourt and Stuart McKenzie chose to set the movie in post-quake Christchurch. To me, post-quake Christchurch reflected what was going in in Laura’s world. She was trying to deal with the disaster of her father leaving and the responsibility of taking care of Jacko while trying to be a normal teenager. And of course, with teenagers, there has to be some sort of parental conflict. Melanie Lynskey plays Laura’s mum, an over-worked bookshop employee who often neglects her maternal duties. Tension between the mother-daughter duo reminded me of my arguments with my mother, with the similar lines of ‘Where were you? Who are you texting?’ and my old favourite line ‘You don’t listen to me’. Oh those angst years! Oh man. My goodness. I swear Timothy Spall just has a special talent for playing the creepy villain! There was the right amount of nail-biting and face covering and don’t do it don’t do it don’t do it. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time! The person next to me told me after the movie that she knew exactly when the jumps were coming by the number of times I cursed under my breath (which is hilarious!). But the movie can’t be classified as a horror film. The person on the other side of me was a 13 year old girl and she was not scared. At all. To be honest, I’m not great with horror/thrillers, but I would not suggest bring children under age 13 with you. Now let’s talk about romance, because there is major chemistry between Laura and Sorenson. Sorenson gave me a very strong vibe that reminded me of Edward from Twilight. Kinda awkward, wanting to help, slightly dark with a good heart. Of course, the physical similarities help too! If you have read the Carnegie-medal classic by Margaret Mahy that the film is based on, don’t expect it to be exactly the same. While the book hasn’t aged and still has relevant themes to modern life, the producers wanted to really appeal to teenagers now. The Changeover will make you laugh, will definitely make you cry. It is a must-see. Out in cinemas September 28th in a cinema near you.
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by Suzanne Jackson @ So Sue Me
Thu Sep 14 12:27:12 PDT 2017
Hi guys Greetings from sunny Portugal! Our last day here As most of you will know, I held a Facebook Live a couple of nights ago to announce the latest addition to the SOSUbySJ family: on-trend long lasting false nails! So today, I thought I would recap on the announcement because I know that lots of you wanted […]
by Suzanne Jackson @ So Sue Me
Tue Sep 19 11:32:28 PDT 2017
We have always been massive fans of Olivia Palermo’s style. She is never anything less than polished and elegant, and her attendance at London Fashion Week saw her looking as effortlessly chic as ever. While OP may have her pick of every brand from Hermes to Balmain, we decided to try and recreate her sense of style […]
by firstname.lastname@example.org (Jessie Mills) @ Nailed It NZ
Sat Sep 23 13:59:00 PDT 2017
While summed up in a quick paragraph, it all sounds great; but in reality I've spent five years of weekends and late nights cooped up in whatever space I've allowed for my nail art. It always had to come first, and when you allow 4-6 hours for filming, 4-8 hours for editing and several more hours for promotion, there isn't a lot of weekend left. Often I'd finally complete my to-do list, and triumphantly announce that my weekend has now begun... only to realise it was now 5pm on a Sunday. It took me a long time to settle into Auckland, with a key factor being that my recreational time was limited.
I'm not sure exactly when it started, but I know the last few months have been a real confirmation of it. I kept trying to reinvigorate it, thinking it was just a phase; but the reality is that I'm just not that interested in nail art any more.