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Saturday, September 5, 2015

Ninja Polish Nothing Stays in Vegas Collection Part 1

Today, I have two posts featuring the Nothing Stays in Vegas Collection.  
A spur of the moment decision to go to Vegas during Cosmoprof landed me rooming with Rhonni from Ninja Polish. I knew her through nail groups, but didn't know her really well until we spent time together in Vegas. I was blown away by Rhonni's kind heart and genuine spirit.  
Since we spent so much time together, I do know the meanings behind all of these polishes (some directly involve me,) but I think I will leave the meanings up to your imaginations. ;)
Bewbz and Butts is a glitter topper that I layered over a few indie brands.  It only needed one coat and it spread evenly. While I am not a huge fan of glitter toppers, I can appreciate that this one went on flawlessly. 
Bewbz and Butts layered over KBShimmer Pansy-Monium.  I think this best shows off every color and style of glitter!
I layered this over Dandy Nails Hands of Time. 
Motorboat Madness is a grey with shimmer.  It also has a slight texture that would disappear if you put a coat of top coat.  I love all grey and this one is no exception. 
It went on smoothly in two coats.

Grabby Hands is a micro glitter holo fuchsia that I noticed had burgundy edges in different lighting. I am not a fan of micro glitters, but this one is a definite mind changer!
 I used two coats and a coat of Gelous and a coat of top coat.

Pretty Brown Nipple is a stunning brown linear holo.
I used two very smooth coats.

It also looks quite pretty in the shade!
Thunder Fever was one of my top contenders. This electric blue satin finish is a traffic stopper. I used two coats and could easily have worn it without top coat, but curiosity got the best of me...

Top coat brought out the beauty of the shimmer.
And in direct sunlight-Oh. MY. God. YUM.

Parting Thoughts: While I am not a fan of glitter toppers, I do love the entire rest of the collection. There are several must have's here!

Price: $91 for the set of 10 or $10 each

Discount Code: LABOR25  (For a limited time)

*These products were provided for review. All opinions are my own*

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