Thursday, December 11, 2014

WIN-ter Wonderland: e.l.f. Nail Polish Swatches and Giveaway!

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When I was on the e.l.f. website I noticed some new(ish) colors so I thought we should take a look at them! I know these are not really Winter or Holiday colors but let's be honest it's gonna be over in a flash and then it will be Spring. These are very versatile colors and a sparkly top coat (Twinkle Twilight) just gives you even more ways to rock them. 



Prissy Chrissy made me laugh; that name! I knew a Chrissy back in my school days who was definitly prissy. This soft peach creme is a nice palette cleanser but not quite a nude so you still get some nice color. I used 2 coats for this swatch stick but I really think this one will need 3 to eliminate any streaks and sheer spots. The creamy fomula was easy to apply.

I have nothing quite like Prissy Chrissy; it's definitly a peach tone but with a touch of pink and has a brightness to it like nothing in my stash. Because this is warmer toned than Barielle's Kiss Me Kate I don't think it will give me lobster hands.  


Dragon Fruit is a punchy watermelon pink creme with a touch of softness. I am not crazy for pinks but this one won me over. It's one of those great, universally flatttering pinks. I used 2 coats for the swatch stick and it was a creamy, easy to apply formula.

Barielle, A Little Exotic / Dragon Fruit / Barielle, London High Tea.


Meadow Mist is a Greige that leans more grey than beige. You might also call it a cool toned taupe. Either way I dig colors like these; It looks so chic on nails. My swatch stick shows 2 coats but you could easily make do with one easy coat. Another great creamy formula.

e.l.f., Misty Haze / Meadow Mist / Barielle, Taupe Notch.


Meadow Mist / China Glaze, Don't Get Derailed. 



High Tide is a dark teal creme; beautiful, but the formula was a bit streaky for me. I only used 2 coats for the swatch stick but I still have a few sheer spots. This color is especially hot right now and both China Glaze and Barielle released a teal in their Fall Collections.

China Glaze, Well Trained / High Tide / Barielle, Boho Chic.


e.l.f., Green Machine / High Tide.

 

Twinkle Twilight is a shimmery top coat with white iridescent flakie glitter that flashes blue, pink, and gold. Very subtle yet beautiful. This is one coat on a clear swatch stick but I also tipped all the other colors with a single thin coat so you can see how it looks over each color. This gives a soft effect and applies nicely. I think it is quite similar to Essie's Pure Pearlfection but I couldn't find my old swatch of it. 


Here's where you enter the giveaway:

From Dec. 1st through Dec. 18th I will randomly (Mondays & Thursdays) post giveaway posts that will show you a new prize that will be added to the pot. Each post will also give you additional ways to earn extra entries. One randomly chosen individual will win it all.

You will have until 11:59pm December 20th to get your entries in. Winner will be drawn on December 21st. Winner will have 72 hours to respond otherwise a new winner will be selected.

Giveaway open to US Residents only (Cause its going to include lots of nail polish and polish cannot be shipped internationally). Must be 18 years of age or older. Please note there are mandatory entries that must be completed in order to win. Be sure to read carefully and properly complete your entries, otherwise, you will be disqualified. If you have any questions or concerns you can leave me a comment below or send me a message thru my Blogger profile. 

Good Luck!


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Check out all the other WIN-ter Wonderland posts HERE!

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    1. I wish I liked stamping more; I think I need to buy one of the 'squishy' stampers. I think it would make stamping work out better for me.

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  2. Awesome Giveaway Thank you For The Chance! Love Nail Stamping :D

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    1. Next year I will include some stamping plates!

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  3. I usually do solid colors, but would love to try stamping some day.

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  4. I don't do nail art. I like stuff with a dark base coat and swirly, flowing motives on top.

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  5. I seem to be leaning toward angular nail art recently!

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  6. I am loving the holiday art - red background and white snowflakes - shaunie

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  7. I love doing gradients with stamping on top! I also love doing line art with a striper and polka dots!

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  8. Thank you so much for the chance! I have recently fallen deeply in love with nail stamping!

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  9. My favorite type of nail art is Japanese. I'd love to take the neiru classes!

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