Anyway, on to the haul.
China Glaze: "Hook and Line" (
$7.75 $4.75); "Under the Boardwalk" ($7.75)
My first experience with China Glaze was with the Hunger Games collection & I found that I love this brand of polishes so much! They are easy to apply and are the colour they're supposed to be with relatively few coats. So when I saw "Hook and Line" on sale, which is also from the Hunger Games collection, I had to get it. "Under the Boardwalk" is from the Summer Neons collection, which is a gorgeous collection, and I so badly wanted to buy all of them! But since they weren't on sale, I settled for this bright purple.
Zoya: "Uli" (
$8.75 $6.80); "Meadow" ( $8.75 $6.80)
I have never tried any nail polish by Zoya before, so I figured that the perfect time to try them out would be while they're on sale. I love the way these two colours shimmer in the bottles, and I hope the result on my nails is similar. If I like them, $8.75 a piece really isn't too bad for a good quality nail polish!
Nubar: "Orange Cream" (
$8.75 $6.50); OPI: "Dusk Over Cairo" ( $10.50 $8.50)
Nubar is another brand I've never tried before, simply because I never seem to have come across it! But there it was on sale and this is a colour that I don't have anything even similar to, so I thought I'd try it out. Again, if it's a good polish, the full price of $8.75 really isn't bad for a nail polish. It's nice to try things out when they're on sale though. :) And of course, I couldn't not buy an OPI polish when they're being offered! I got this gorgeous dark dusty rose colour. Always a bonus when they're on sale. I sometimes have a hard price paying full price for OPI because they are quite expensive, and even though the formula is usually great, I've come across a few exceptions.
Anyway. LOVE! Can't wait to try these all out!