Anonymous said: I remember you saying you thought Julep polishes weren't that exciting (I tend to agree) but have you seen their Plié Wand Nail Polishing Tool? It seems spendy, but totally worth it. Thoughts? (they have an interesting youtube video about it)
idk if theres something i just don’t get about this, but it doesn’t look terribly useful to me. why do i need to add a long handle to my polishes? you get the most control over your brush by holding it as close to the base as possible, so i don’t see how adding onto the end would make things easier. maybe i’m missing something but i totally don’t get it! who knows though, it could be a lifesaver?? i guess????
Anonymous said: Are there any nail polishes you wouldn't recommend?
Anything by Sinful Colors, because I presonally have never tried a polish of theirs that I’ve liked, though I know some people like their products soooo I’m sure they work for some people. Also I think Deborah Lippman polishes are not close to worth the price and I really don’t like the formula at all. She makes gorgeous colors and I bet the glitters are nicer than the cremes, which are all I’ve tried, but yeah not impressed with her polishes.
I can’t really think of anything else to be honest. I don’t generally love China Glaze polishes, but I feel like they make a lot more shimmers/glitters than I like and I don’t like their formulas too much but all that is personal preference over a polish being good or bad. I just tend to prefer polishes with thin formulas and I think theirs are a little thick and their brushes thinner than I like. I am a little picky though…
Anonymous said: Do you own the shade "San Tantonio" by OPI? If you don't I definitely recommend it
I do! I really like the color, but I don’t think it looks very good against my skin tone when I’m not tan. It looks gorgeous on other people with darker skin than mine, so about 90% of the population haha.