My Paprika turned into a Wooden Shoe


Hi friends!
It's Sunday here, and it is pouring rain and thunders here, so I figured I would laze about and get this post up.

I was contacted by littlewoods.com some time ago to do a review on several OPI polishes, the first round of which you can see HERE.

Well, you guessed it, here is Part 2!

Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!

Items In This Post:
OPI - Wooden Shoe Like to Know
OPI - My Paprika Is Hotter Than Yours!

Julep - Teresa
Michaels - Scrapbooking Studs


Here are the polishes I am using from littlewoods - OPI My Paprika is Hotter Than Yours! and OPI Wooden Shoe Like To Know

I've also included my own polish here - Julep Teresa

On the pinky and ring I have used OPI My Paprika is Hotter Than Yours! A juicy orange shimmer that covered in almost one coat! Glory be! On the middle and pointer I have a base of Julep Teresa and then I zigzagged it with OPI Wooen Shoe Like to Know - which is a brilliant brown shimmer!

I added some bronze metal studs I picked up from Michaels craft store on the pinky and ring.

I really thought the contrast of all three of these polishes together was pretty cool.
The OPI polishes had fantastic formulas, too!


If you live in the UK - you need to check out Littlewoods! They have a ton of cool stuff to buy and LOTS of awesome nail polish to choose from as well!!



**some items in this post were sent to me by the company or their PR firm for free in exchange for my honest review**

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12 comments

  1. Vedrana BrankovicMay 19, 2013 at 1:55 PM

    Zigzaggy combo looks rather awesome.

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  2. I love this combo and I really love the shade of Paprika!
    Too bad I don't like opi...

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  3. LittleMonsterx14May 19, 2013 at 5:22 PM

    i love all these colors together!

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  4. How did you do those zig zags? Free hand?

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  5. You're very creative! I would never have thought of putting these colours together, but it looks great!

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  6. that's cool as hell! I want to try that pattern sometime. Holla for using scrapbooking studs - I get all my gems, studs, accenty things from craft stores ;) It's so cheap! And don't have to ship it!

    ~Uni http://iamunicorngirl.livejournal.com

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  7. i think most times if you pair two random colors with something light and neutral you can make it work. MOST times.

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  8. pinking shears. oh girl....i wish i could freehand that without looking like i was having a seizure while doing it.

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  9. aaawwww. no opi? the shade is really pretty - im coming around to orange in a big way.

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  10. This is really pretty! Great job!

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