Wednesday, October 3, 2012

D is for... Daddy's Girl

     It's Wednesday again and that means it is time for another installment in the ABC's of Nails Challenge, hosted by Llama Nails on Facebook.  Today's letter is D.  I have been baffled all week as to what to do for this mani and then I remembered that I had this polish in my "untried" stash for a long time.  When I say untried, I mean that I haven't shown it on my blog.  I have worn it a few times and I love it!
     Other then the name, I love everything about this polish.  Daddy's Girl is a beautiful purple jelly with pink/purple micro glitters that turn this into a shimmery finish.  Thank God, because I am not a fan of jelly finishes.  Because of the jelly finish I needed to do three coats.  I decided that I couldn't just wear the polish alone so I added a simple shooting star stamp to each nail.

Base coat: Sally Hansen Diamond Strength Hardener
Base color: Daddy's Girl from Sinful Colors - 3 coats
Top coat: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Anti-Chip Top Coat
Stamping color: Silver Sweep from Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Fast Dry Nail Color
Stamping plate: Mash 33

Here is the finished product.  Taken inside without the flash.

Taken inside without flash

Taken outside in indirect light.

Taken upclose.  So pretty.

Please check out the other "D" mani's with the links below.

Are you a fan of jelly polishes?


  1. This is a gorgeous polish, and I think your stamping really highlights the beauty! :)

    1. Wow! You're too sweet. xxx Thank you so much. :-)

  2. I absolutely love this color. I am not a fan of jelly polishes either (I thought I was the only one since they seem to be all the rave lately) but I really like this :-) Great job with the stamping too!

    1. Thank you! I thought I was the only one! I am glad I didn't know it was a jelly at the time because I wouldn't have bought it. I only own one other jelly polish and it was in my first swap so I had no idea what they were. I used to sit there and Google "jelly polish" because I was to nervous to ask people what they were.