Oopsie Daisies Friends and Fans Collection

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Hi folks! Today I have a collection of really pretty indie glitters to show you! I've been following Cathryn's blog Hot Pink Aurora for the longest time now, and thought it was awesome when she started to make her own line of polishes, Oopsie Daisies. The Friends and Fans Collection consists of five shades inspired by, you guessed it, friends and fans.

Strawberry Tall Cake. Satin/matte red, orange and yellow hexes in various sizes in a white creme base. Three coats. This one reminded me of fall maple leaves changing!

Springtime Spumoni. A soft minty crelly loaded with silver, light green, pink and yellow glitter, as well as ultra fine metallic green glitter. Three coats. Super squishy.

Scrunchies & Slumber Parties. Hot pink, red, square iridescent and fine silver glitter in a magenta creme base. Two coats. I put this on and instantly reverted back into a 9 year old in the late '90s. Seriously, this polish completely embodies sleepovers!

Fairy Tale Wishes. Pale purple an dark purple hexes and stars with tiny little sparkly flecks in a translucent base. Here, I'm wearing one coat over Essie Butler Please. I like that there was a lot of star glitter in this bottle, I didn't have to fish at all to get at least one star per nail.

Blueberry Muffins. Three coats. White crelly with light blue, sapphire, caramel and brown glitter. My absolute FAVORITE! I have never seen any other polish like it. I mean, if you had listed those colors of glitter to me, I don't know if I would have thought that it worked together. But it does! So, so pretty. This instantly goes in my top 10 favorites indies.

Overall, really nicely dense glitters, no fishing or anything. Some formulas were a little better than others (Strawberry Tall Cake and Scrunchies & Slumber Parties were a tiny bit lumpier than the others, more topcoat). One thing to note, the glitter in those same two polishes likes to stick to the walls of the bottle the more you use it. However, it doesn't seem to have any effect on how much glitter ends up on the nail, just an observation.

Side note- I really like the new labels! Though I thought the original labels with the cutout flowers were also really cute. Cute is the perfect word to describe Oopsie Daisies Nail Polishes; really nice glitter combinations, downright adorable names and labels.

Oopsie Daisies Nail Polishes are $8.50 and can be found here at Cathryn's Etsy shop. Also check out the Hot Pink Aurora blog, to see the newest summer polishes! They are really quite pretty.

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