Sunday, January 20, 2013

January NAS mani, plus nail mail

Good Sunday evening, darling readers!  I hope you all have had a pleasant week-end.  I know a lot of you return to work in the morning, so here is to hoping your evening goes as slowly as you want it to. :0)

Today I have for you my January Nail Art Society bag that I received earlier in the week and the mani to go with it.  I was very excited to receive this months bag after getting a sneak peek at the polish that was included and couldn't wait to see what color I would get.

Without further ado, for your viewing pleasure, the photo's:

Everything that was included in the bag.

I received 04-Turquoise Wave.

Cherimoya Black Nail Art Striper.

Stella tweezers.

Swarkoski crystals in cute plastic flower shaped case.

This is the first time I've used a magnetic polish and I like how it turned out.  Even my husband was fasinated with it.  I kept it simple, with just two coats of polish and 1 coat of Seche Vite.

I tried a bit different set-up this time with my camera.
I think the photo's look much better now.

A bit closer view.

And this is back where I had been taking my photo's, just to show
the comparison.

I'm already looking forward to seeing what is in the February bag!

Nail Art Society is a monthly subscription of nail art supplies and nail polish and is currently $19.95 per month, although I was lucky enough to sign-up under the old plan at $9.95.

Do you currently belong to any subscription plans and if so, do you think they are worth it?

Thank you for taking a few minutes of your day to spend with me.  Until next time, huggles!

*All items in this post were purchased with my own funds and not provided by any company for review.


  1. Oooooh what a fab colour, was it hard work as I understand some layla polishes are (the chromes and I have a holo which is a pig to apply) The new picture set up is giving a whiter light, so thumbs up from me on that!

    1. Hi Emma!

      It wasn't too bad. The hardest part was holding the magnet over my nails without touching them. The magnet is glued on the lid so you have to flip it over each time. I gently removed the magnet and glue dotted it to a popcicle stick to make it a bit easier. It does dry quick, so you have to be quick to get the magnet in place. Otherwise, it applied like a dream. :)

  2. The lighting is definitely better in the newer photos! Gorgeous magnetic polish!

    1. Thank you for letting me know what you thought about the lighting. I finally found the book for my camera tonight and am going to read through it to learn some of the other functions on it.

      I wasn't real big on the turquoise, at first, but after I wore it a couple days, I really did end up liking it a lot and think it'll be one of my go-to's this summer.


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