Thursday, May 15, 2014

Shirley Ann Nail Lacquer TMNT Collection

**The featured product in this post was provided to me by the manufacturer for my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**
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If you're a fan of TMNT, you're going to love this Collection from Shirley Ann Nail Lacquer! She took our childhood and put it in tiny little bottles. I was sent this collection in pieces, so once it was all together I squealed with delight! Check 'em out! 



April O'Neil is described as "a gorgeous golden yellow polish". This is two coats for full opacity. Perfectly colored for the jumpsuit she wore in the 80's cartoon, April O'Neil is vibrant and a shade of yellow that no one can say no to. It is a frosty shimmer. They have thinner formulas, but still opaque in 2 coats. $6

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Turtle Power is described as "lime green, brown, and green glitter in a clear base". This is two dabbed on coats of Turtle Power over two coats of April O'NeilTurtle Power looks to be more glitter concentrated in the bottle than it really is. It took several pulls of the brush to even get this much glitter on. I had to wipe the brush off on the sides of the bottle to eliminate some of the base. The glitter kept getting lost in the base and it had to be done. It wasn't difficult, and this was, by no means, the first glitter top coat I've had to do that with. A great mixture of yellow (yes, there is a bit of yellow glitter in there as well), brown, and greens, this top coat perfectly represents the four heroes if they were unmasked and naked. $6





Leonardo is described as "various shades and shapes of blue glitters". This is one coat of Leonardo over two coats of A Girl Obsessed But He Loves Pie. Absolutely no issues getting glitter out of this beauty. The mixture of shades of blue is gorgeous and well done. The square glitters tend to look like they are curling, but they are not. I've seen this issue with several different square glitter that are in a metallic finish. I double and triple checked to make sure they weren't curling.  $6






Raphael is described as "various shades of red glitter in varying sizes and shapes in a clear base". This is one coat of Raphael over two coats of A Girl Obsessed But He Loves Pie. I had zero issues with Raphael, it spread perfectly on the nail without glitter placement or having to fish for glitter. The greatest surprise was the random pieces of purple glitter that are scattered throughout. I didn't notice them until Raphael was on the nail. Red mixed with specks of pink or purple really make the red amazing. I'm so glad she added that little bit of extra. $6

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Michelangelo is described as "various shades and sizes of orange glitter in a clear base". This is one dabbed coat of Michelangelo over two coats of A Girl Obsessed But He Loves Pie. Michelangelo was another topper that I had to dab on and lose some of the base coat before hand. I was able to get it to look this good in no time. I only had slight issues with my top coat bubbling, but I think I just put it on too quickly.  $6

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Donatello is described as "various shades of purple glitter in different shapes". This is two dabbed coats of Donatello over two coats of A Girl Obsessed But He Loves Pie. Yes, Donatello had to be dabbed on, but look how pretty it is! Mini bottles and glitter toppers can be finicky, so I'm going to assume that was the issue with most of these. The end result is all that matters, and even if there are small issues, they aren't that big of a deal.  $6

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Each bottle on it's own is $6, but you can get the entire TMNT Collection for $30. This isn't a collection you can only get one or two from. If you want them, get the whole set. They'd make for a great skittle manicure!! And if you can find some vinyl stickers for masks, then that'd be even more awesome!! These are all available now and in stock! Check 'em out! All of Shirley Ann Nail Lacquer's information is below.




**The featured product in this post was provided to me by the manufacturer for my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky   :o)

1 comments:

Ananka said...

Wow nice collection! I loved the Turtles when I was younger :-)

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