The Switching Post – Featuring Polished Pathology!

Hello my lovely readers!  I’m so delighted to be bringing you another installment of the blogger collaboration, The Switching Post!  This month I’m switching with one of my dear friends and an absolutely astounding blogger, Polished Pathology.  Seriously, if you don’t follow her already, then definitely follow the links at the bottom of the post to go check out more of her awesome posts!  Let’s get right down to her post now oh and if you’re looking for mine, well you’ll just have to head on over to her blog!
Hello all! I’m Jenne with Polished Pathology, and I’m switching with Karel this month! We decided to focus on more a fashion theme, and this is the picture we chose:


Isn’t that outfit gorgeous?

When I was looking for colors to match this photo, I realize that I must hate burgundy colors…because I have almost ZERO!I managed to find some that were similar to the photo above. I used the following:


Zoya Nail Polish in Sam

OPI Nail Lacquer in Pepe’s Purple Pasion

China Glaze in Ruby Pumps

In order to get this look, I decided to use my Border Patrol latex from Girly Bits Cosmetics. I swooped it over my base color, which was two coats of Zoya Sam.


Then, I did one layer of OPI’s Pepe Purple Passion, waited a minute or so, and then one layer of Ruby Pumps. I easily peeled off the latex, then I added a coat of HK Girl. This is my final result!


I think if I had given myself more space to use the glitter, it would be more contrasting, but I also really like how subtle it is. I really like how Ruby Pumps blended in with the colors! What do you guys think? Thanks for visiting, and be sure to follow both Karel and I on social media, and if you’d like to be a part of The Switching Post series, look us up on Facebook!

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The Switching Post – Featuring The Fancy Side

Hello all my lovely readers!  I have something that has been in the works for a little while finally ready to go.  Some time ago I decided to get together with some other bloggers to create a new collaboration.  Each month we will pair off and Switch Posts.  Today is a post courtesy of Amy from The Fancy Side blog and she will have a post from lil’ ole me!  I think this is going to be a lot of fun and I hope ya’ll like this as much as we have enjoyed switching.  So let’s see what Amy has in store for us today.  Welcome to the very first


Hi All, I’m Amy from over at The Fancy Side! I’ve been blogging for a little over 4 years now about all kinds of polish from indie to mainstream. I’m excited to be switching posts with Karel today, to bring you some fun neon nails. We decided to do a bright anti-pastel look because we tend to get overwhelmed with pastel nails around these days.


For today’s look, I put together a cute but BRIGHT in your face neon pink look. I started with a base of Morgan Taylor Pink Flame-ingo and then got my Russian nail artist on by adding a needle drag marble center in the each of nail. The drags were done with Cirque Colors PLUR a bright neon holographic pink.


The Fancy Side - Neon Pink Nail Art

The Fancy Side – Neon Pink Nail Art

The Fancy Side - Neon Pink Nail Art

The Fancy Side – Neon Pink Nail Art

The Fancy Side - Neon Pink Nail Art

The Fancy Side – Neon Pink Nail Art

I hope you’ve enjoyed our first Switching Post. You can check out the links to everyone else below, including Karel’s post over at my blog. She’s an overachiever and did two cool looks, so be sure to pop over and check them out!


Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee

The Fancy Side

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There you have it my dearest readers, our first switch is complete!  Be sure to check out the InLinkz below to see other bloggers trade places for a day.  Also, if you haven’t already why don’t you go show Amy some love and visit her on Social Media!  Let me know how ya’ll like this new feature, you know I always love to hear from ya’ll!

Until next time, dear readers, may your days be filled with Glitter and Flakies!

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