Monday, May 3, 2010

Some New Greens From Finger Paints

This post concludes a look at the newest Finger Paints I picked up last week, although there are quite a few more that I would like to have gotten!

Above & Below: Sketch N Etch is a lovely shade of lighter emerald green with micro shimmer. This applied evenly in 2 coats and is shown with a flash above, and no flash under an Ott lamp below.
Below: Tough Art To Follow is a dark olive green creme with a hint of 'dustiness' to it. I don't believe I have anything quite like this in my collection. I used 2 coats and it applied perfectly. The photo directly below is shown with a flash, and the photo below this is under an Ott lamp.

Below: Because I have a bad habit of layering everything (who, me?), here it is with Chanel Illusion D'Or.
I'm pretty impressed with the new Finger Paints I picked up, and if you scroll down over the last couple of days, you can see the other shades. I wish my Sally Beauty had them categorized as to which ones were new, rather than all mixed into the core display, but maybe it's better for my wallet that way! I didn't have my spread sheet with me to compare what I already had, and if they'd been separated, I probably would have bought a lot more of them. In other brand news, I noticed a new Summer collection on Essie's web site which says it'll be available June 1st. Here's a link if you'd like to check it out.

10 comments:

  1. I love green polishes and Tough Art To Follow looks AMAZING!

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  2. oooh the new Essie Vermillionaire is something I could get excited about. :) Not so much these greens.

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  3. It looks fab with the Chanel layered over it!

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  4. Loving the greens, and loving the greens layered with the gold!! Great combo :D

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  5. Tough Art to Follow is amazing looking. I have to have that one. Oh Mary, you are making me want so many polishes. Good thing these aren't very expensive! I like the other green also. I added them both to my list. Looks gorgeous on you.

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  6. Tough Art to Follow looks really interesting, and actually turns into something I'd wear with that Chanel glitter coat on top :D

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  7. I don't think layering is a bad habit--probably because I do it a lot myself. :-)

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  8. I really like tough art to follow :~)

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  9. I <3 Tough Act to Follow...
    It's Gorgeous on you & appears to be somewhat jellied -
    Am I right? Nothing better than a dark green jelly!

    (Lucy you should start a Blog, I'd follow :)

    Mary you do a beautiful job, I'll sign up soon- promise!
    "Dawn"

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