Tough as Nails swatches and reviews
Hi everyone! I'm happy to show you 4 wonderful polishes created by Elizabeth from Tough as Nails. Find her here:
I am super impressed with each one of these, and be warned..this post has a million pics to prove it!
"Spacing Out is a black jelly lacquer. It contains teal, turquoise, blue, and silver holographic hex glitter. Spacing Out likes thinking thoughts, examining her fingerprints, and . . . wait . . . what?" Love her sense of humor! I thought I'd like this one the least...but surprise! It's my favorite of the bunch. It's galaxy nails in 2 easy coats. I just couldn't stop staring.
Aren't these hot? No issues with formula at all. I used 2 coats and Seche Vite for these swatches, except the teal, that was just one coat over the orange "undies". I love these and can't wait to see what else Elizabeth comes up with! Which one is your favorite?
Be well everyone!
*Disclosure - Products in this post were sent for my honest opinion and review.
wow! these are all awesome and i am REALLY impressed with the bottle and labels!ReplyDelete
I know, right? Love!Delete
These are all super pretty. And despite the fact that I really don't care for anything that involves teal I do have to say that layering combo is perfect!ReplyDelete
Thanks! :) I wanted something that would really make the glitter stand out!Delete
Wow Spacing Out is what I wanted Orly Androgynie to be. Opaque with visible glitter. Nice work Tough as Nails and great swatching as always Victoria.ReplyDelete
Definitely Spacing Out, it is gorgeous! :-)ReplyDelete
I NEED SPACING OUT!!!ReplyDelete
These are awesome! You have some beautiful pics as well!!!ReplyDelete
What gorgeous polishes! I'm especially loving Spacing Out. Also, I'm loving those bottles and label placement! Way cool =]ReplyDelete
Ahh your photos are as always, amazing! I did a review for It's All Over Now and Spacing out! :D Try using a matte topcoat over Spacing Out, it's soooooooo pretty! <3ReplyDelete
Spacing Out is perfection! Can't believe it is opaque enough in 2 coats without drowning the glitter!ReplyDelete