Above: Rite Aid had the new Sally Hansen's for $1.99 and I had a bogo coupon for the Insta-Dri, so we each got one of those. My niece had the shiniest nails I think I've ever seen and she said she uses the SH Mega Shine and loves it, so I got one to try out. I went to get a basket to put them in when I could tell we were going to get more than we could carry and the check-out guy and manager were both laughing at us and suggested a cart instead of a basket. Very funny, Rite Aid guys!
Above: Ruby Kisses polishes and lip gloss and a couple of Wild and Crazy polishes from an independent oriental beauty supply. The Ruby Kisses products were only .99 each.
Above: A closer view of the glitter in Wild and Crazy Purple Glitter (an appropriate name!), the shimmer in Ruby Kisses Cotton Candy lip gloss and the glitter (look closely, it has 'bar' glitter mixed in with the regular glitter) in Ruby Kisses Red Romance.
Above: The Regis hair salon in our mall always has a table in the back corner with things marked 30-75% off, but they always ring up for much less. I found Coney Island Cotton Candy and Brisbane Bronze for a grand total of $4.00. Julie got an OPI Designer Series for just $3.00.
Below: Regis is right next to PayLess shoes and they had these for $9.99. They're nothing fancy, but I wanted a few casual, metallic sandals.
My niece has been in town for a couple of weeks and is heading back to Fort Worth, TX tomorrow, so I thought it would be fine to take her nail polish hunting. She's never explored the out-of-the-way-who-would've-thought beauty supply stores and nail salons looking for polish, so I thought it was time someone taught her the ropes. I would say her favorite find was an OPI Designer Series polish at Regis Salon for 75% off. She was also quite excited about the Ruby Kisses polishes for only .99 cents. We only had a couple of hours, but we made the most of it. I think if nail polish hunting were an Olympic sport, we may have won a medal.