OPI Sit Under the Apple Tree

Ah, the stresses of schooling. Some days I just can't help but go insane. It's my first free weekend since forever, and I'm so happy that my dad let me stay home from the family fishing trip. Sure I have a broken foot and I'm a bit sick--and a very important screw for my braces fell out again, but c'mon, that's the best thing ever!

So after giving the spaniel a bath, and playing off a few tests for band, I did my nails. This is a polish I've been very eager to try, just because of the namesake. I love apples, but really only the green ones, of any cultivar, I just happen to frankly dislike red and yellow ones. I'll eat them sure, but I find the green ones to be best. I also hate eating them whole. I can't stand biting into it, and pulling out, I never end up eating but a few outside bites. I love what I call octoplifiers, cutters that slice an apple into eight beautiful slices you can put in a fruit salad ^^

Sit Under the Apple Tree is from last summer's Retro Fun in the Sun collection. I think this nail polish looks exactly to be the same colour as an apple. It's quite sheer, and as this is four coats the nail line is still barely visible. It doesn't remind me of candy, or anything, just the fruit, and has a real fine little sparkle in it that's a bit of yellow-green. Application was perfect.


Out of this World and Frostbite with Konad m27

To start, this is one of my favourite nail polishes of all time. It's called Out of this World, which was released a long long time ago and I'm sure is discontinued. It smells of bad chemicals. Application is perfect texture and thickness, it just slides right on and is easy to control. I love the colour one, because it's orange and two, because it is so dull and creamish. It is absolutely beautiful and very hard to find, as far as I know of.

As you've heard, I've received my Konading things. I've only done a few so far, and I've tried to be subtle. I've done a few full-nail konad designs, though none of them have been good enough to photograph. Although, these ended up on the camera and I thought I might post.
This, as you can see, is a dolphin. I really do love sealife..and frostbite reminded me of water, so I added it. It's a bit hard to tell because there is a glare, but it turned out nicely.

That's all I have today.
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