Wednesday, April 29, 2009

My first foray into Piggy Polish territory, and the fabulous green that came of it.

O, HELLO! Look at that green! It positively glows. My fingers look as though they are tipped in green fire. :)
Here is my first Piggy Polish buy. I can't decide if the name "Piggy Polish" is endearingly cute or annoying. haha. Either way, I love this polish. It is from PP's Spring collection and it is called Lily's Pad.
The cool thing about this formula is that it looks, and applies, almost floaty-like. I don't know what else to call it. Floaty is all I can think of. :P The floatiness makes it pretty sheer, this is 4 coats. But lovely coats they were, smooth and almost no clean-up. The finish ended up being frosty. At least I think that that's what it is. Sometimes I get confused about my finishes. Eek, what kind of pitiful nail blogger am I?!
You guys, I had something else to say, something that was no doubt very important to this review, but I am blanking. I'm so sorry, but I'm having a blonde moment. Nooo! ;) You'll just have to be content with the knowledge that this is an amazing polish and I love it very much.
Till next time, lovely ladies, adieu.
p.s. You can buy Piggy Polish at Ulta stores. Right now they are having a Buy 2 Get 1 Free sale! :)


  1. I haven't used a Piggy Polish. I do have several on my "wants" list. I like this shade of green. Looks pretty on you and your nails look really nice.

  2. Since this is called Piggy Polish, shouldn't you be showing us pics of it being used on your piggies (toes)?

  3. Lucy - oops, I forgot to reply to you! I'm sorry! :( But I would definately say, do use Piggy Polish! ;)
    joker - Haha, perhaps. But I only do my piggies every 3 or 4 weeks ... I know, horrible. I'm pretty sure that it's permissible to wear polish for piggies on fingers though ... at least I hope it is! ;)