Getting short with Neeka

So I have just a short post for you today.  I'm getting ready to go visit my father in upstate New York this weekend for his 50th birthday!  He is becoming such an old man....just kidding.  I love him and Happy Birthday Dad!

Anyways, I wanted to share with you my first Zoya nail polish.  I got it when I saw that Nailed It (check out her blog....lots of amazing stuff) had written a post about how they were having a deal, get two free polishes and only pay shipping.  I was extremely happy and went to pick out my colors asap.  The first one I tested out is Neeka.  This polish is a lovely dusty greyish purple with a gold shimmer.  I was definitely surprised by Zoya's bottles.  They are very cute and tiny.  I love tiny products!  And I'm really liking the brush as well. 

Look how short my nails were!  I trimmed them down before our trip, just to be pre-cautious about them breaking while on the vacation.  And of course, I still broke 3 nails the first night of the trip.  I blame the weather change :)
 

So the photos don't really show the gold shimmer very well, it actually looks a little more silver.  But that's because it is now pretty much...I don't want to say it....winter in lovely Ohio!  Boo!  This means that I'm generally not able to be in the sun during the work week, so bathroom photos are going to have to work.  Sorry.

Well I hope everyone else has a wonderful and safe weekend!

~Nailed by Brittany~

4 comments

Nailed it. | December 9, 2011 at 11:34 AM

Thanks for the shout out Brittany!

Let's Get Nailed | December 9, 2011 at 9:53 PM

Your welcome! Anytime! I really do enjoy your blog...you do such pretty designs :)

Fingers | December 10, 2011 at 8:42 AM

I have this and love it! Nailed it has a great blog doesn't she? But yours rocks too! Happy bday to dad! And watch out who you're calling old- am almost 44!

Let's Get Nailed | December 10, 2011 at 12:56 PM

Thanks so much! And my dad says thanks too! I know he's not that old, but I still have to give him a hard time :)

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