As long as it is the Holiday Season, let’s just max it out! I made this one with the name ‘Good King Wencelas Blacks Out.’ Here’s why…
I started off with a couple of coats of Sally Hansen’s Xtreme Wear in ‘Black Out.’ This is my core, solid black polish I keep on hand (literally!).
Then, I used the new Holiday polish from Finger Paints, ‘Sparkle Top Coat.’ I can’t believe I just had to look on the bottle to remember the name. Like, it’s so memorable and all. *eye roll*
It would have been very easy to miss this polish at Sally’s. The ones that I have visited have it buried amongst all the other impulse purchases at the cash wrap.
Looks like snow with the sun dancing off of it. Reminds me of Good King Wenceslas. (Rendition by Loreena McKennitt, one of my favorite musical artists.)
I think a clever person would have named this polish ‘Good King Wenceslas.’ Top Coat is so, so…so generic. But the polish is not. It’s sparkly!!! Micro iridescent glitter suspended perfectly in the clear base just like a Cirque du Soleil performer. (Warning: don’t click on the previous link if you do not like hunky, six-pack abs men in very tight tights. Just sayin’…)
So, ‘King Wenceslas’ lays one on for a ‘Black Out.’ But no one pitches a fit because it ends up looking so ritzy.
You can just barely see the iridescent flickers.
Ahhhh, very sparkly! And these are being hidden away because 1) I don’t wear flip flops and 2) it’s actually cool here in Orlando. I’m going to get my 5 days of boot wearing time!
What do you think Good King Wenceslas drinks? My guess is Wassail.