Today my friend David and I went on a flower journey to Longwood Gardens. With no particular reference to my companion, I am wearing a manicure with both Hard Candy's Mr. Right and Mr. Wrong. I think they combine nicely.
The deep blue shimmer of Mr. Right conjured visions of the night sky. Mr Wrong has a cosmos of fine gold and silver glitter blended in the purple base. The colors together made me think of constellations aglow in the heavens. I added the Art Club striper in You're Golden to define the funky french. I placed a silver star along the stripe as an accent.
Fauxnad plate B114 was sent to me as a gift from the beautiful and talented Thriszha. Many thanks! She chose it for me since the plate features a cat design. What she didn't realize was that I also adore bears! I was excited to have an image of a bear in the wild. The positioning immediately made me think of the constellation Ursa Major. I realize the bear would be facing the opposite direction if it were to truly replicate the constellation. Whimsy! I stamped the bear in Konad gold special polish.
I have a special power to position stamping images on my pinky nails.
The constellation Ursa Minor. The pearls represent the star formation. Polaris, the North Star, is shown in silver.
The wisteria arbor at Longwood Gardens.
Mr. Right lived up to the name and applied beautifully. Two coats brought opacity to this navy shimmer. It's a good basic to have in your collection. Mr. Wrong was easy to work with in creating a funky french. I applied two coats for the look. Also living up to the name, Mr. Wrong is a great color to experiment with.
The polishes were sent to me for review. For more information about Hard Candy products, please visit hardcandy.com. You can find the entire line of Hard Candy cosmetics and nail polishes at Walmart retail locations and online at walmart.com. There is still time to enter the giveaway for all 16 Hard Candy Just Nails polishes. The giveaway ends in the last available timezone for May 3rd, which roughly correlates to 7 am May 4th for Eastern standard time.
Happy painting, ladies!