Friday, September 27, 2013
Oopsie Daisies Mischief Night has a sheer black base filled with orange, fuchsia and dusky lilac hexes in various sizes. Application was a breeze, no dabbing or fishing for glitters needed. I layered two coats over a black creme (a England Lancelot).
Mischief Night dried pretty smoothly, so I added only one coat of Essence Better Than Gel Nails Top Sealer for a glossy finish.
Oopsie Daisies polishes are available on Etsy. As I mentioned, Mischief Night was part of last year's Halloween Collection, so it's no longer available, but there are lots of other beauties to discover.
Labels: a England, Indie, Oopsie Daisies
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Loooove it :-) All the colors are just so right together, gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you do, Melissa :-)Delete
Hellohellohello - what is THIS???? I am awed, what a perfect mix of colors for that glitter!!!!!! Sorry cannot Write any further - need to check-out that Site "SOFORT" xxxReplyDelete
And now I read your last sentence - oh bummer, but you are right, plenty of other beauties ;-)ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry to have disappointed you, Christine, that's what happens if you stack hundrets of polishes and take a year to swatch them :-( but i'm sure with this years Halloween Collections, you'll find something similar by another brand, these black jellys with orange/red glitters are very popular this time of year.Delete
OMG, Mischief night ist ja genialst!ReplyDelete
Schön, dass wir uns da einig sind ;-)Delete
This looks just like a magic potion in a bottle. <3 Just lovely. Halloween polishes always seem to be gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Oh yes, fall always is the worst season for my wallet, I just love the fall and Halloween collections <3Delete
Oh man! Droooooollll.....ReplyDelete
Do I need to supply tissues? ;-)Delete
I think the tissues might be in order. Not for my drool, but my crying wallet. I just went and bought K B Shimmer's You Got Ghoul which has a similar mix of glitters after seeing this :)Delete
This glitter mix is really popular this time of the year. I'm glad to hear you found something similar (and I know, reading nail blogs can end pretty badly for your wallet, I experience it all the time...)Delete