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Monday, March 7, 2011

NOTW...Thanks to Sera Lina

Hi everyone,

I finally decided to paint my nails for the week. I honestly wasn't motivated to do anything with them BUT I received a little suprise present this past weekend and it got me all excited. A couple weeks ago, I have sent a little thank you gift to fellow Luuuxer Sera Lina for showing me her support and being a wonderful blogger. Little did I know that I was going to get this surprise. She packaged these two nail polishes so carefully with A LOT of bubble wrap and shipped them inside a cardboard box to ensure that nothing breaks during shipping.
Wow, I was amazed and I'm very grateful at the thoughtful gesture and care she put into packaging and sending me this gift.
Thank you very much Sera Lina for sending me these two beautiful nail polishes, that was very sweet and thoughtful of you to do so. They are a wonderful addition to my nail polish collection.

I received an OPI nail polish in My Private Jet and a Zoya nail polish in Pru.
My Private Jet is a gorgeous dark brown with silvery and holographic shimmers. The multi-colored shimmers and deep base color add so much depth and dimension to the polish. This is such a unique shade! It applies very nicely and evenly. It's quite opaque with two coats.
Pru is muted magenta with a cool undertone and gold shimmers running through it. This is so pretty! I'm a sucker for anything that has gold shimmers. The formula runs on the sheerer side but it's not too bad. I did 3 coats as accent nails.

So that's it for my NOTW. It's pretty simple and I just wanted to share with you swatches of my two new nail polish friends. What do you think of these shades?


  1. Ahh I want My Private Jet so much. Lovely nails :)

  2. Those colors are so great together. They match the Wet and Wild Spoiled Brat look you had too.

  3. Xongie--yea they do huh...I wish I did my nails before the makeup lol


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