Happy Friday everyone! Those of you who celebrate it, Happy Easter, and for the rest: Happy Pascha, happy Holi, happy equal marriage facebook profile pictures.
I will be searching for easter eggs in the snow I’m sure, as the weather here in Austria stays the topic of everyday conversation. It is a surprisingly long winter, and thanks to glasshouses and other great inventions, we can now eat strawberries in the snow. Luckily, inbetween the snowy days every once in a while there’s a day like the day I wore p2 confidential, a Sand Style polish.
The color of confidential is awesome. It gives an overall look of grey blue, but it sparkles pink, gold and green. The dry time was slightly longer for me than the dry time of the OPI Liquid Sand polishes. The wear time was great - I expected tip wear, but I didn’t have any, even though my nails were long (maybe too long for my taste), and I wore this for two days including typing and regular housework.
I must admit that I find the gritty finish still unusual. I adore polishes with this glass-like finish, so I had to get used to this matte-but-sparkly finish. Some of the Sand Style polishes look more like an accidential gritty drying glitter. Some of the KIKO Sugar Matte polishes look as if someone just poured sugar into polish. So, it’s an unusual finish one has to give a try before judging.
I wore confidential with a blue dress I had made from a pattern from burda (which is a sewing magazine that has patterns for people with different sewing skills, and also they have decoration and DIY tips, it’s a magazine I really enjoy reading), but it is now a bit big, so I wear it with a belt.
I made that belt from left over curtain cloth :). Mainly I wanted a belt that I could bind in a big bow tie, or wrap it around twice and have it look a bit like a Kimono-belt. As I didn’t find anything that I liked, I resorted to taking things into my own hands! The scarf is from Nepal, it’s really soft and warm! Shoes are from Camper.