[I’m sorry but Photobucket currently seems to cause some trouble, so that you might not be able to see the mani photos … I am trying to work things out.]
“Winter … who cares!” Well, it has become quite cold, even in the North of Germany, with frosty nights and snowy paths, e. g. at my mother’s place. I’m not too fond of the cold season because it means putting on layers of clothes. But nevertheless I like winter-themed nail polishes. 😉
Even Now has been part of my stash for a while before making it on my nails. It’s like a snow globe disguising as a nail varnish, white glitter from chunky to fine in a white, semi-sheer jelly base. Winter, isn’t it?
Two coats applied. It’s not too gritty, I used one layer of top coat.
I was in the mood of glitter and realised that Be Divine was still untouched in my stash, so I gave it a try. In the bottle you’ll recognise lots of fuchsia glitter in a transparent denim blue base.
Shown below is two coats. Even with one layer of top coat the surface it not gritty at all. The only thing I had wished for regarding taking photos was more sunshine to see Be Divine sparkling.
Since it has been snowing again, here is another winter shade, I Don’t Care. And somehow it’s true – I don’t mind the snow. Firstly, it is not that much and secondly, I stayed at my cosy home. That’s why all photos were taken inside, haha. I Don’t Care has a red jelly base with a visible proportion of raspberry, and it is packed with lots of white glitter in various sizes and shapes.
Two coats shown below.
“Winter … who cares?” This is still one of my favourite p2 releases. With their white glitter (and only the base colour being different), the nail varnishes remind of snowflakes and are thus perfect not only for days out in the snow. Play Up is the pink version.
Two coats applied.
Great news, they found my stolen purse, and it is ready for pick-up at lost at the local lost property office. 🙂 Since they could identify the owner (i.e. me ), it is probably only the cash that is lost, which was not that much – but of course, it’s still money. Nevertheless, I am glad and will know more on Monday.
The weather is getting warmer again, so this does not really match the actual conditions outside, since Never Mind’s white glitter bits reflect snow sprinkles, in this case in a purple jelly base. But I thought I might post this before Easter.
Two coats shown below.
Here’s another p2 nail varnish, No Matter, definitely a favourite. White hexagonal glitter in a jelly dark blue base. In its bottle, it reminds me of a snow dome. 🙂
Two coats shown below (make a snowy sky on the nails). Beautiful!
Love this collection, not only for the cute bottle design but also for their statement “Winter … who cares?” – so I got all six of them. 😉 For that Reason has a grey base containing a hint of lilac and lots of white hexagon-shapd glitter particles.
Two coats applied, with top coat.
I also got the vanilla-scented hand cream.
I love glitter varnishes, although removal is most of the time a pain. Nevertheless, when I discovered the p2 Lost in Glitter collection, I could not resist. Here’s be cool!, packed with lots of glitter particles with turquoise being their dominant colour (since it has also got a turquoise base). Be cool! contains fuchsia and silver glitter too.
Two coats. Concerning the removal, coolness was indeed the key … 🙄 But I liked the sparkling look.
Perfect choice for sunny days – Green Palm Tree. This contains small golden and green glitter particles in a green base. Found this in my local drugstore.
Close up view.
It’s Hamburg Marathon today, so it’s quite noisy outside, but los of cheering people, traffic breakdowns, helicopters… 😉
With temperatures still below zero (but rather frost than snow), it seems that winter doesn’t want to end… Frosted Mint is a great winter/snow shade, it is a very pale mint green with a frosty finish, definitely living up to its name. Moreover, I like the bottle shape as much as the colour. Is it a diamond ❓
Three coats… and winter nails. 😉 The limited edition’s name is Snow Kissed, and it is currently available at various drugstores, such as dm and Budni (these are my favourite ones, since Budni is round the corner, which is very handy regarding the wheather).
Here’s a close up view.