you may be wondering - what's up with all the fashion posts this week so let me give you a heads up. my official title is Glambassador, but it is a fancy word for a blogger who collaborates with Glamour magazine. last month we worked together on a creating a series of posts - three different outfits featuring the new ESQ Movado watch. those posts will continue to be posted this week. in the meantime and in-between, let's enjoy some beauty!
here in Denver, summer is just a tease. with the occasional day over 70 degrees, i begin to get my hopes up and put my winter wardrobe away only to have it drop back to 30. if you'd like to dream of summer or are already in the midst of it, here is a tutorial to keep you sparkly.
i love all that glitters. i mean it. i am one of those people who believes that if you add glitter to anything, it looks better. makeup, artwork, toothpaste, frosting, car paint, jewelry...you see what i mean? i remember when i first received my engagement ring, i was driving down the road when i realized the sunshine on my ring was causing a disco ball effect on the ceiling of my car (this is making my ring sound much larger than it really is, it's modest, i promise). makes me smile just thinking about it.
during the summer months i particularly love to glitter up my toe nails and watch them shine. with the winter months here i haven't been using as much of the glitter. i thought it would be fun to do a quick and easy tutorial for a subtle glitter polish that is fun to use, even mid November.
for this look i used:
Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Glitter Polish
Revlon Speed Dry Polish in Nude
Seche Vite Top Coat