Thursday, January 10, 2013

Two Autumn Manicures

Autumn?! Uhh, pretty sure it's winter Kel. That might be what you're thinking, but yes these are autumnal type manicures but I still wanted to show them to you cuz they're awesome. And as I frequently tell my mother, I do what I want! ;)

This is Jinx by The Hungry Asian. She came out with this close to Halloween and I snatched it right up. It's a black cream with large orange hex glitters, medium/small yellow, silver, and gold hexes, and micro orange bits. It's a fab Halloween polish. This is three coats.

Rootsy by Sheswai is a "rich, roasted caramel pumpkin" cream. I didn't like this at first but I wanted to, so I made myself wear it as a full manicure and it really grew on me. It's oddly flattering and was so in season it was ridiculous (I wore this near the middle of November). This is two coats. And I always have to mention their beautiful bottles and wooden handles. Just love!

You can buy The Hungry Asian polishes from her Etsy store for $9.25 and $4.50 for a mini. You can get Sheswai lacquers from their online store for $16.

Some of the products shown were provided for review.


  1. I LOVE the Jinx!!!! And the Sheswai is so edgy :-)! I am not adhering to seasons, I am at times too greedy for particular shades. Like right now we live here in Switzerland through a particularly dreary January so I feel like COLOR and even neons :-)

  2. OMG!!! These nail colors are so pretty. I love both colors for i find them elegant and classy. I think they are both perfect for any occasion.

  3. Very pretty!I love the first polish!!!

  4. I usually prefer glitter polishes, but Rootsy looks amazing on you.

  5. Both of these are stunners. And I am sooo wearing autumn shades now. Where I live we had a forever summer that just did not end and we never did get fall. I was rocking shorts and sandals through Thanksgiving it was so unseasonably warm. I felt odd putting on any fall now is my chance to wear a few new ones I got and rock my favs...I adore the caramel kind of shades like this. And this indie black loaded one is great - the 'stuff' in it does not go into hiding like so many of them do!


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