Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Princess of Power

So, I realize that in my last post I said I was going to take a break for a while. But guess what? I can't.  I just can't leave my nails naked. It just won't do. Partly because my nails are yellow but mainly because I simply have an addiction.  I just want to try out all my polish. And if they are naked, that will never happen!!
Instead, I did a whole lot of research on taking better care of my cuticles and already they look better. I will post later about the things I am doing. But for now I want to show you another one of my Llama Lacquers. It just became my new favorite.  She-Ra was my absolute favorite cartoon as a little girl.  I loved everything about her and I was pretty sure that if I tried hard enough, raised that sword up into the sky with all my might, and said "By the Power of Grayskull. I am She-Ra"  I would either turn into her or she would magically appear and become my best friend.  How awesome would that have been!!  Alas, it never happened.  So I had to be content to ride her around on her beautiful steed Spirit and play in her castle and dream that I was the Princess of Power.  
For this manicure I didn't really need to do much.  I put it over one coat of Sinful Colors This is It.  (a beautiful color on its own I might add)  The Llama Lacquers polish itself is a clear base with tiny white matt glitter, large red hex, square gold, and a few yellow hex.  All colors of her outfit....the yellow for her long blonde hair.  I feel like a kid again and maybe if I try hard enough,  I will turn into She-Ra. 





What do you think?  Were you a fan of She-Ra growing up?  Maybe it wasn't in your time frame, but it's still a pretty polish :-)  Check out my etsy store to see other polishes from the collection as well as some from the Princess Bride and some Halloween inspired polishes.  Llama Lacquers

8 comments:

  1. I love that color and I was a huge fan of She-Ra and thought He-Man was the stuff! I think I always wanted them to get married but now I cant remember if they were related. I watched a few episodes on Netflix last month along with Jem.

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    1. Yea they were totally brother and sister :-P

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  2. Never watched She-Ra before, but I did google her and I think your polish really embodies what she is! Very nice!

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  3. She-Ra... I used to watch it... And the polish is stunning, really eye-catching!
    =D
    Rock ur Nails!
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