Monday, September 5, 2011

31 Day Challenge, Day 05: Blue

Helloooo. It's day five of the 31 day challenge: BLUE! I really wanted to use Sally Hansen HD Hi Definition Color in Laser for my blue today, but I thought I should go with one of my untrieds instead. So here's Barielle Blackened Bleu for you! It's a dark dark blue base with some lighter blue shimmer in it. Very pretty! This is three coats but you could definitely manage with two.

Barielle - Blackened Bleu

And then, because I felt like being a butt, I put my Sally Hansen on top anyway...

Added one coat of Sally Hansen HD Laser
So, blue wasn't that exciting of a day, challenge wise. But I got to move an untried into my trieds! And that's enough for me, for now. :)


  1. Ooooohhhhh... pretty. I wouldn't wear the Blackened Blue by itself, personally, since I'm not a fan of the super dark colors, but when you added Laser it definitely won be over!

  2. Wow, You hand positioning and picture taking skills has greatly improved. Your nails have grown, and your photography is Magnificent.

    I am in no way saying this as an insult.. It just makes me strive to be better! If you can do it, I WILL too. I love your current picture taking style and I'm happy for you for the improvement and MILLION PAGE VIEWS!!! Beyond exciting!!!!

    COngrats on all your achievement, and I will subscribe to this post in case you reply me. I Love your blog!!! And chose to comment on this, because I didn't want my comment lost amongst the many I'm sure you'll get on the giveaway post. :-D

    1. Thank you for such a nice comment Lizzy! I strive to improve every day -- there is always room for improvement. With enough passion and dedication anyone can get to where they want to be!

  3. aha, 'but i felt like being a butt'


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