Above & Below: Indoors, with flash.
Below: Holy glitter overload! Just for fun I put a quick coat of NYX Girls in Show Girl over the Golden Glitter. I imagine this would look incredible over a dark shade of green or over black.
Below: My small NYX Girls collection. Top L-R Golden Pink, Golden Glitter, Banana Boat. Bottom L-R Show Girl, Nectar Glitter, Hot Pink Glitter.
My collection of NYX Girls polishes only consists of 6 bottles, which I was able to find at one of our local independent beauty supply stores earlier this year. They're fun polishes that apply and wear well for the price (I paid $1.99 each). Cherryculture has them on their site for $1.50. I've never seen them in that store since, so maybe it's not something they regularly carry. These were in a basket on the floor mixed in with a bunch of other brands. What I like about the NYX polishes is that they actually have some color in the base of the glitter polishes, so you don't need too many coats to attain the bottle shade. And surprisingly, they removed relatively well for a glitter polish. I've seen the NYX eye shadows and lip sticks on several blogs and have always wanted to try them. Doll Eyes mascara looks particularly intriguing to me, for some reason. It's probably just the name and the image that 'Doll Eyes' conjures up in my head! I'm not so sure it would give me doll eyes, but that's marketing at it's best, because I know I'm going to end up getting it just for the name.