Beauty Blogazons Weekly Roundup

China Glaze Light as a Feather and All a Flutter

Hello gentle readers.

Today wraps up my China Glaze On the Horizon polish swatches with Light as a Feather and All a Flutter.

China Glaze Light as a Feather is a soft mix of black, orange and pink. Like a little finch.

This swatch is one generous coat over undies topped with Gelous and Seche Vite.

And last but certainly not least is All a Flutter. This one is like a cotton candy hued parakeet in a blend of orange, pink and blue.

This swatch is over undies and topped with Gelous and Seche Vite.

My full review of this collection is here.

I like this collection. These polishes are different, fun and very pretty. Depending on how you apply them, they can look like fine bar glitter or a feather effect. They can be layered over a neutral base or over a coordinating or contrasting colour. If you are curious about polishes like these, the China Glaze On the Horizon collection is a great bunch of polishes to enjoy. I suggest that you hunt them down and go for it.

Thank you for coming by and reading. Have yourself a great day!

China Glaze Flying South and You're a Hoot

Hello gentle readers.

Today I have the next two China Glaze On the Horizon polishes to show to you.

China Glaze Flying South. This mix of orange, light green and fine orange glitter is the most unusual polish in this collection. In the sun, this polish sparkles beautifully. This polish reminds me of my cat, Marley.

Someone was in my lightbox, again. I couldn't resist grabbing my camera and taking a bunch of pictures. 

This swatch is one coat over glitter undies and Gelous and Seche Vite.

China Glaze You're a hoot is a soft blend of black, orange and pale green that brings to mind a Prairie Grouse. This one is kind of Hallowe'en looking, too.

This is over undies, topped with Gelous and Seche Vite.

As I said in my review in this post, these polishes have a pretty nice formula and are easy to work with.

What do you think of these two? Isn't Flying South Pretty? You really should see it in person, the sparkle from the tiny orange glitter elevates it.

Thank you for stopping by and reading. I hope that you have a great day.

China Glaze Party Fowl and Flock Together Swatches and Review

Hello gentle readers.

Today I have two of the new China Glaze On the Horizon polishes to share with you. These are Feathered Finish polishes, tiny, soft, matte bar glitters in coordinated colours are suspended in fluid base and when applied to the nails are supposed to look like feathers. And you know, they kind of do.

 I was skeptical about this collection, I saw it on a couple of blogs and I was going to pass on it because I mean, really... How much bar glitter does one girl need? One day I was in Sally's and I saw these polishes on a display and, curious, I picked up a bottle and started swirling it around and I was pulled in by the colours and movement of the bars and suddenly, I had to have the collection. The whole collection.

Good thing I had a coupon.

First up I have Party Fowl, a blend of black, blue and orange bars. I am not a bird expert but this reminded me of a picture of a bird I had seen not too long ago so I went digging for it and found it. The Superb Starling has similar colouring, don't you think?

I swatched China Glaze Party Fowl over my undies, one generous coat, topped with Gelous and Seche Vite.

Next we have China Glaze  Flock Together. This is a deeper, cooler mix of black, blue and green. This immediately reminded me of a Steller's Jay, a large, blue bird with black markings, a mohawk, a loud voice and plenty of attitude. There were jays all over the place where we lived in Nor Cal, growing up. When I was a kid, my brothers and I built simple feeders on the fence posts and put dog food on them and the jays would descend out of the pines and perch in squawking, arguing packs and gobble their treat then fly back up into the high branches and yell at us until we put more food on their platforms.

This is one generous coat of China Glaze Flock Together over undies topped with Gelous and Seche Vite.

The formula on these polishes is pretty nice. While it is basically a bar glitter, the bars are tiny and soft and flexible and they have movement and an almost organic feel. The base is very fluid and easy to work with, a combination of stroking and gentle placing will give a pretty even, somewhat opaque coat. Some of the polishes offer up a more opaque coat than others. You can easily add additional coats or just fill in here and there to get the look you desire. Dry time is good, these dry surprisingly smooth and one coat each of Gelous and Seche Vite made for a perfect, glassy finish.

What do you think of these two China Glaze On the Horizon polishes? Do you like them? Do they make you think of feathers? Birds? That I'm a little crazy? If you are into these, you should be able to find them where you buy China Glaze. I cleaned out my local Sally's and they claimed that they weren't getting any more. (Yeah.... Right... ) But I have seen these on Amazon, I imagine that you can find them at other beauty supplies, Ulta and the like.

Thank you so much for popping in and reading and have a terrific day.

Review: Ageless Derma Lip Polish in Petal Pink

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Hello gentle readers.

Ageless Derma Lip Polish  in Petal Pink is a lovely, soft neutral pink mineral pigmented liquid lip colour. Rich in nourishing ingredients like Vitamin E Oil, Mango Butter, Avocado Butter, Grapeseed Oil and Camellia Oil this lip polish is as moisturizing and comforting as it is beautiful.

Ageless Derma Lip Polish is packaged in a small, rectangular tube. 

The applicator is a standard doe foot applicator.

When I say that the tube of Ageless Derma Lip Polish is small, I mean it is small. Here it is photographed with a tube of Rimmel Stay Glossy Lip Gloss, a standard sized tube of lip gloss.

Here is a swatch of Petal Pink. This is a soft, neutral pink that would be flattering to many skin tones.

On the lips, Ageless Derma Lip Polish is creamy and smooth. It settles into the lines on my lips a bit, tho that isn't obvious unless you are looking at them super close (but really, who is going to get their eyeballs that close to my lips?) up or in large macro photographs. To the casual observer or just looking in a mirror, it isn't apparent.

There is a lot to like about Ageless Derma Lip Polish. It is smooth, silky and creamy on the lips, it is pigmented enough to smoothly cover my naturally pigmented lips evenly and completely. Wear time isn't stellar, I need to touch this up every couple of hours or so, I tend to do it more often because well... That is just what I do. Also, I am a lip product worrier. I tend to rub my lips together and work the stuff off and need to replenish it more often than normal. Ageless Derma Lip Polish is full of moisturizing and nourishing ingredients and keeps my lips feeling plush and comfortable all day long.

If I have one objection it is that the size of the tube is so small and for $15.00, I would expect a tube a bit more generous in size. I can't find volume listings for this product either on the website or on the product so I don't know exactly how much product there is, by weight. As I haven't had this for very long, I can't say how long it will last.

I like Ageless Derma Lip Polish. Even if the tube is petite, the product is lovely, it makes my lips happy and the price is reasonable for a mid tier range lip product. I enjoy using it and I recommend it.

Have you tried Ageless Derma Lip Polish? Do you think that you might like to? You can peruse other mineral makeup offered by ageless Derma here.

You can Like Ageless Derma on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

Thank you so much for popping in and reading. Stay cool and have a great day.

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Liquid Lacquer Collide Into You

Hello gentle readers.

Today I have a polish that is one of three that I recently won in a giveaway hosted by the lovely Tracey, the author of the blog, The Sparkling Hoard. Tracey is inspiring. She bravely defies a health condition that tells her that she isn't supposed to have long nails and do manicures and nail art and she sallies forth, grows her nails and paints them in beautiful polishes and glitters and does wonderfully creative nail art. She does some of the best lettering on her nails I have ever seen. If you haven't checked out Tracey's blog, yet, please click the link above and mosey on over and say hi.

Liquid Lacquer Collide Into You is a beautiful Kelly green jelly base packed with fun, bright round glitter pieces in hot pink and yellow as well as tiny glitter bits. I applied two coats of this polish, should really have gone with three but I was kind of in a rush and I didn't want to take the time. The glitter applied a little sparingly for me, I think another coat would have given me more. I think it looks pretty nice as it is, tho. The biggest pieces needed to be fished out and placed, I expect that with glitter and it's no problem, I never ding a polish for it. All in all, the formula and application of this one is very nice. Dry time is good and it is, for a chunky glitter mix amazingly smooth, too. I only needed one coat of Gelous and one coat of Seche Vite for glossy, glassy perfection.

I was really impressed with how well this polish wore. I had this on for five full days, including a down and dirty bathroom top to bottom GI and had minimal tip wear only on my dominant hand. No chipping. Colour me impressed. This is some of the easiest glitter polish I have ever removed. The base came off like any jelly polish, the bigger bits of glitter came off with a shove from an orangewood stick then a quick swipe to finish up. No soaking required. You have to love that! I like this polish. I heartily recommend it.

 Let me see if I can find the link to where you can get your hands on it. Hang on... Here it is. Liquid Lacquer. Looks as if they are between stock up, right now. Hold on there should be a Facebook link where you can get news on future releases and so forth... Liquid Lacquer's Facebook Page.

What do you think of Liquid Lacquer Collide Into You? Do you own this or another Liquid Lacquer polish? Please do share.

Thank you so much for dropping in and reading. Have a great day!

Tawdry Terrier Handmade Nail Polish: Swatches and Review

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Hello gentle readers.

Today I have a new to me indie brand to share with you. Tawdry Terrier on Etsy is a newer brand of shimmer/glitter mix polishes out of Texas. The owner's terrier is the muse for this fun and fanciful polish line. The inaugural collection is summer themed, the names a play on dog puns and beach themes. A new Autumn collection is set to debut on September First. These polishes are packaged in cylindrical 15 mL. 1/2 fl Oz bottles. Tawdry Terrier polish retails for $10.00 per bottle.

I have three of the six colour Dog Days of Summer Collection to share with you. A little bit about the dearth of photographs; my very old, very cranky camera was having a very bad day the day I swatched these polishes. I took many, many shots and I was lucky to get the usable photographs I did.

Okay, on with the show. Tawdry Terrier pay attention to packaging. My polishes arrived packed in a cardboard parcel box, surrounded securely by plenty of packing peanuts. One strand of bright orange raffia trailed up through the white peanuts to guide me down to the polishes, themselves that were wrapped in large bubble wrap. I followed the raffia and reached in and pulled a bundle wrapped in hot pink tissue paper and tied with the bright orange raffia from the blizzard of packing peanuts.

Inside the tissue paper bundle was three boxes with the Tawdry Terrier label. In each box, cradled in a piece of colour coordinated tissue (sorry, all of my photos of that cuteness were an utter fail) were the bottles of polish.

The polishes in the boxes were:

Fort Barkerdale. A play on Fort Lauderdale, get it? I layered one generous coat over two coats of OPI Glitzerland. This delicate, sand gold shimmer suspension base carries with it a glitter mix fine gold square, and small and medium hex glitters in gold holo, pink, orange, blue, green and orange. This is South Florida beach glamour; bikinis that sit poolside and never go in the water, glowing tans and golden sandals covered in sparkling jewels.

I swatched one generous coat of Fort Barkerdale over two coats of OPI Glitzerland and topped it with Gelous and Seche Vite.

Next up is Sunset Bitch. I love this for a few reasons. First of all, the name. I admit it. I like polishes with "edgy" names. I have been known to buy a polish because of it's edgy name. I also dig this because I dig coral polish, I mean, I really dig coral polish. And I love this because it truly does evoke a beautiful sunset. The shades of coral, the glass fleck shimmer that flares, the glitter mix in tiny gold, small red bits, small, medium and large blue and green hex and round pieces. I live in a state that is renowned for it's gorgeous sunsets. This polish brings those magical moments to mind.

I swatched this over a thick coat of China Glaze Mimosa's Before Mani's, topped with with Gelous and Seche Vite.

Here is Moondoggie. Blue. Magical blue. This delicate, deep blue shimmer and glass fleck base is swimming with a glitter mix from tiny square to jumbo hex sequins that all dance and flash blue, green and give up some pink, orange, gold and yellow, as well. This is a pool in a mermaid's grotto. Cool, sparkling and inviting, you will want to dive into your nails.

This swatch is applied over Orly Sweet Peacock. I had to fish some of the jumbo hexes and place them, as is expected from big glitter pieces. I don't mind doing that. I topped this swatch with the usual, Gelous and Seche Vite.

The formula on these polishes is fluid and fairly easy to work with, the glitter spreads easily up the nails with the round, rather mop like brush. You know me and my love of a wide brush, these are nice and full and make me pretty happy. The shimmer is very delicate and sheer and I found getting these polishes fully opaque on their own to be a little problematic. Even at three coats, I had sheer spots, areas where my nail line showed and the glitter likes to stack up on it's self, making the surface of my nails a bit lumpy. I found, through experimenting that these polishes really sing as layering polishes. One generous, smooth coat over a coordinating base coat gave me the prettiest look. All three of these swatches are topped with a coat of Gelous and Seche Vite and they came out so glossy, super smooth and shiny and gorgeous. Dry time is good on these polishes, even better after Seche Vite.

I like these polishes and I suggest that you give them a try. Please remember that just because I need to layer these to make them work perfectly for me, your experience can be very different. YMMV, and all that good stuff.

Tawdry Terrier's Etsy store is here. You can Like them on Facebook  to keep up with all of the latest news on their upcoming Autumn release and see cute pics of the line"s adorable muse. Follow Tawdry Terrier on Twitter.

Thank you so much for popping in and reading and have a great day!

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OMG Nail Strips: Review and Photographs

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Hello gentle readers.

Today I have a review of OMG Nail Strips. These are nail polish strips, available in fifty different designs from sweet to edgy to out there. The company is planning to add more, in the near future. The nail polish strips sell for $6.89 a set and there are special offers available. Shipping is free.

I chose the White Floral Pattern Nail Polish Strips to try and review. They have a retro cute floral design in purple, pink, orange, green, blue and yellow on a crisp white ground. I thought that the design was fresh and fun and perfect for the Dog Days.

The OMG Nail Polish Strips were packaged in a bare bones sealed plastic envelope. When OMG contacted me, they said that they were changing their packaging. No worries. There were sixteen nail polish strips on paper backing with clear plastic toppers, like any other nail polish strips. The OMG strips were quite soft and had a fairly strong vinyl scent. They were easy to apply, tho a little care is needed while forming them to the nails, as they are not as tough as some strips I have used. Customizing the size is simple, I used scissors to trim away excess material from the sides of strips that were too big, then simply did cleanup as I would with any manicure to further perfect and refine the fit and shape. Easy-peasy.

These strips didn't seem to dry completely, they remained soft and dentable the whole time they were on my nails and they didn't last for long. The strips dulled and there was considerable tip wear in a day or two, with significant areas tearing away. I can't blame the strips for this. I have to chalk it up to user error. You see, someone, whose name we won't mention, failed to read the Application Instruction Page where the instructions clearly state to use top coat. Yours truly neglected that all important step. So, total fail on my part. I have no doubt that had I done as the instructions said, these adorable polish strips would have lasted a lot longer.

OMG Nail Polish Strips are nice, they are pretty, easy to use and, I have no doubt, if the user follows the directions, *ahem* they will last a reasonable amount of time. The price is great, special offers are available and shipping is free. If you are interested, I recommend that you give OMG Nail Polish Strips a try. You can Like OMG Nail Strips on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

Thank you so much for stopping by and reading and have a terrific day.

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Beauty Blogazons Weekly Roundup

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  • Maybelline Color Show Holographic in Bold Gold: Swatch and Review

    Hello gentle readers.

    *leans in close to the monitor, eyes it, first with one eye, then the other, breathes on it, tap, tap, taps* "Hello! You do plan to have nail polish sometime on your Icy Nails blog?"

     Today I am sharing my review of Maybelline Color Show Holographic in Bold Gold. Now, I feared buying this polish. If you are a long time reader of this blog, you probably know why. The sad fact of the matter is, Maybelline polish and I just do not have a happy history. Recently I have been reading good reviews of the Maybelline Color Show line and, as I was on the lookout for a beautiful gold polish and I saw this one when I was in Walgreen's one day. I thought, what the heck, I'll give Maybelline one more shot.

    Maybelline Color Show Holographic in Bold Gold is a warm, rich gold metallic. The finish is somewhat brushstroke-y but with top coat it looks quite smooth, soft, almost burnished. The name claims that this polish is holographic. Not even in Maybelline's wildest dreams is this polish holographic. The only thing holographic about this polish is the silver band on the cap, it's a little holographic.

    Who turned that last paragraph into a drinking game?

    This swatch is two coats and Seche Vite. As with most metallics, Maybelline Color Show Holographic in Bold Gold shows every flaw in my nails.

    Maybelline Color Show Holographic in Bold Gold was a Grade A pain in my ass. I applied this polish three times to get a swatch that looked well enough to photograph and even then, I wasn't completely happy with the result. I actually had to airbrush these photographs a tiny bit. (Obviously I still need practice!) The formula on this polish is pure Maybelline hell on wheels. It was fussy to apply, it streaked, it dragged, it pulled bald spots, it bubbled. One thing I will say for it is that it dried quickly. Pffft! Another one bites the dust. You'd think I'd learn my lesson.

    After I finished taking pictures, I decided to do a quick glitter gradient with China Glaze Cleopatra just for the fun of it. It looked pretty right after I applied the glitter and top coat but by the time I finished writing up some notes and took my photographs, the glitter had sunk into the polish below it and formed dimples all over the surface of my nails. They looked like sparkly gold golf balls. Not good.

    Fore! (Is it "fore" or "four?")

    It's a shame about the glitter dimpling the polish below because these two polishes do look great together.

    Maybelline Color Show Holographic in Bold Gold was a fail for me. Not only is it not in the least bit holographic, the formula was a huge problem and the finish, while okay isn't stellar enough to make the formula worth it. Alas, my unhappy history with Maybelline polish continues.

    Do you own Maybelline Color Show Holographic (does anyone else want to laugh every time they read or type that?) in Bold Gold? What do you think of it? Does it behave better for you than it did for me? Please do tell.

    Thank you so much for popping in and reading and have a terrific day.

    Review: Loreal Colour Caresse Wet Shine Stain

    Hello gentle readers.

     Loreal Colour Caresse Wet Shine Stain is the drugstore little cousin of the Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture Glossy Stain. Combining a lightweight, moisturizing gloss and a powerful lip stain, this duo function product offers the best of both worlds, the powerful, long lasting colour of a stain and hydrating, glossy shine.


    Loreal Colour Caresse Wet Shine Stain is available at drugstores and other mass merchandise retailers where Loreal products are sold. The suggested retail price is $9.99. Prices may very by geographic area and from what store you purchase.

    The product is packaged in a sleek, shiny gold tone tube with screw top and a spade shaped doe foot applicator. The coloured band near the top of the tube is of clear plastic and shows the true colour of the product within. I bought Rose On and On, a pretty, soft, rose pink with a very subtle shimmer.

    The gloss, it's self is not very intensely pigmented, in fact is is somewhat sheer. The swatch on the left is one swipe full strength from the applicator. You can see my skin through the gloss. Rose On and On leaves behind a pretty pink stain when the gloss wears away. This stain was left after the product had been on my skin for less than a minute.

    Are lip pics this size way too much of a thing? 

    Loreal Colour Caresse Wet Shine Stain in Rose On and On on my lips. This is a fresh, heavily applied swatch. As you can see, it isn't super pigmented nor is it very shiny. It's just... Nice.

    Loreal Colour Caresse Wet Shine Stain is not a great product. When it is first applied the gloss feels lightweight, smooth and silky on my lips. Pigmentation is just so-so. I can live with that, I don't expect lip gloss to be super pigmented. Wear time of the gloss is also just so-so. Again, not a problem. I don't expect long wear from lip gloss. I have been slopping gloss on these lips since the seventies and I have learned that gloss is a beautiful but short lived creature that requires frequent touch ups to look it's best throughout the day. No biggie. I really don't mind doing a quick touch up, now and then. The stain from this product is pretty-ish, I suppose but it isn't intense enough to make much difference on my naturally pigmented lips and I find it to be drying, making my lips crave more gloss or some lip balm. STAT!

    And that is where I really start to run into trouble with this product. After a touch up or two, the gloss starts to congeal on my lips and it becomes increasingly stiff and sticky, almost plastic-y. It is an unpleasant feeling. Adding more gloss doesn't re moisturize and soften the product already on my lips and make everything feel silky and smooth, again. Adding more gloss just makes the problem worse and makes my lips feel even more goopy and sticky. At that point, I have to clean my lips with tissues and start over with a fresh, new application. This can be a real pain in my arse, if I am out and about for the day.

    Loreal Colour Caresse Wet Shine Stain is a great idea in theory but it falls far short in practice. Loreal really needs to take this one back to the drawing board. I would suggest that they use more of the ingredients that have made their Yves Saint Laurent Glossy Stains such a raging success.

    Have you tried the Loreal Colour Caresse Wet Shine Stains? What did you think of them? Were they the fail for you that they are for me? Do you own their up market cousin? I have heard wonderful things about the Yves Saint Laurent Glossy Stains. I have one on my wishlist and one day, I am going to get crazy and splurge on it.

    Thank you for popping in and reading. Have a great day!

    Review: Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream

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    Hello gentle readers.

    Today I would like to share my review of Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream.

    Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle cream is packaged in a 30 ml. 1.0 fl Oz jar. It sells for $65.00. 


    Rather than try to re write all of the information on the specialized ingredients on this cream, I am going to direct you to the listing so that you can read all about them and the benefits that they may offer your skin. Some of the notables, including Sodium Hyaluronate, Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Culture Extract various peptides and Soluble Collagen seem to be quite effective for me on a topical level. 

    The delivery system is a sanitary vacuum pump. Just press on the disk and it dispenses the perfect amount out onto the disk, sweep it up with your finger and apply. Neat. Clean. No dipping into the jar, no digging around for a fussy spatula to dish it up. I love it.

    Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream is lightweight and silky smooth. It has a very light, sharp, slightly apple peel scent that dissipates as it is applied.  This cream spreads easily across the skin and sinks in almost instantly; there is no oily or greasy after feel. My skin feels soft, smooth, velvety and hydrated all day long, whether I am wearing makeup or not. While this cream is lovely for me for day, it isn't hydrating enough for my very dry skin for night. 

    I like the Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream. Since I started using it do I look eighteen again? Are my fine lines and wrinkles gone? Is the sagging that is happening here and there gone for good? Let's get real, here. I'm forty-eight. No cream is going to make me look eighteen, again. Nor, I think would I want to, really. I am proud of the age I am and I want my skin to look and feel the best it can at the age I am, now. I believe that Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream as part of my skin care routine is helpful in making that happen. I like this cream and I recommend it. 

    Are you are interested in learning more about Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream or would like to purchase a jar? Browse the full selection of beautiful anti aging products at the Ageless Derma website. You can like Ageless Derma on Facebook and follow them on Twitter

    Thank you so much for popping in and reading. Have a terrific day. 

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