Saturday, August 20, 2011

Already 6 days & Revlon Shazam Review

Wow.... Already 6 days since I have posted on my blog! Sorry it has been a while, but I have been grounded (for only about 3 days), and then got really busy! I actually start school Monday the 22nd, so that was another reason I have been busy! So once again, sorry for not posting.

For today's post I am going to review the Revlon Shazam that I wore in my last post. I have actually had another manicure since then, which was just playing aroun with taping, so definitly not anything you want to see. It could scar you.

So Revlon Shazam was a very pretty pink glitter. I ended up wearing this polish for only about 1/2 a day. With the 3 coats, it took forever for the last coat to dry. And this was a dry in 60 seconds nail color. Misleading.... Even the night after I painted them, I would touch something and it would make an impression. I don't know if it was just me, but I wasn't to pleased with this color.

Tomorrow I will be doing my back to school manicure, a black and white water marble using Sinful Colors! There polishes work good for me doing water marbling, so I look forward to this manicure! Thanks for reading, and come back soon!

Hugs and kisses,
Maggie <3

1 comment:

  1. Get some experience in makeup application and theatre tech, then give us your insipid description of "the top coat that wouldn't die."

    Because I'm in a giving mood, here's how you do it: give your nails a nice, barely noticeable filing across the top, wash your hands well, alcohol rub is great, then put on a clingy bottom coat (sounds like you have oily nails like I do), let it dry completely, THEN put on your first coat. Let that dry COMPLETELY, then add another coat. A third coat is overkill. When the 2nd coat is COMPLETELY dry, put on a maximum strength top coat. Let that dry, then do it again. I'd give a new top coat daily.

    You don't put new coats on wet nails. Before you slam a product, make sure you're using it correctly.

    FYI, I have a bachelor's and master's in Theatre Technology, and I've been a makeup artist for theatre, ballet, and opera for over 20 years.