Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Blogiversary Giveaway! (Now Closed)

Hello Everyone!

To celebrate my one year Blogiversary I'm going to have a little giveaway.

How To Win:
1.You must be subscribed to Starlet's Nails.
2. Comment on this post how you got into nail polish, what you love about it and which China Glaze Awakening polish you'd like to win.
3. Contest is open to US and Canada only (Sorry international readers)
4. You must be 18 or older OR have your parent/guardian's permission to enter
5. Only one comment/entry per person
6. Contest ends on September 30, 2012 at 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time

How The Winners Will Be Chosen:
Winners will be chosen randomly with a random number generator on October 1st.
One person will win the grand prize.
Three people will win their choice from the China Glaze Awakening 2010 collection

What are the prizes?

Grand Prize:
OPI Spiderman Mini Collection, CND Stickey Base Coat,
Mini China Glaze Sex On The Beach, and Gingerbread bath bombs

Runner up Prizes:

Left To Right:
Ick-a-body, Zombie Zest, Mummy May I?

Don't forget to check out my Blog Sale and my Silent Auction

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Good Luck, 

Tuesday, September 18, 2012


Hello Everyone!

Today is my Blogiversary! I can't believe it's been a whole year! To celebrate this I'm going to have a little Giveaway! I'll be back later tonight with a whole post on the giveaway prizes, rules, etc.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Quick Tip: Avoiding Stained Skin With Highly Pigmented Polishes

Hello Everyone!

Today I want to share a very quick tip with you...

I'm very very very pale. Most highly pigmented polishes will stain my skin (not necessarily my nails) around my fingers. To avoid this I slather on a very thick hand cream. Then, I take a cotton pad soaked in remover I place it on my nail and wait 5-10 seconds. I slide the pad off my nail with a little pressure and 9 times out of 10 90% of the polish goes with the pad. I repeat this for all ten nails then go back with a cotton bud (Q-tip) or even my clean up brush to get the bits around the sides of my nails that may have been missed.