Monday, January 16, 2012

OPI Swiss Collection

Ladies,

did you have a nice weekend? Mine was pretty good. My husband finally convinced me to go back to the Gym :-D And I have to say it felt good. I hope I can find more time or energy to go more often.
Yesterday we spent a lovely day with some friends in Seattle. We went to a fabulous italian restaurant called "Tutta Bella" Being from Italy I can honestly say that their Pizza is really close to authentic :)
Tiramisu....yumm

My friend had a nice surprise waiting for me. She got me the Mini Nail polishes from the OPI Swiss Collection! I love it :) They're so tiny and cute LOL

My first color try:
Lucerne-tainly look marvelous 
3 coats with OPI quick dry top coat
Ring finger: P2 crackling in blue thunder
 flash
no flash

A snow storm is supposed to hit Seattle today. We shall see. So far not really. Maybe I wake up tomorrow and I am snowed in and can't go to work :-D My commute is almost 1 hour :( 
Can you believe it, I am STILL sick! I cannot get rid of this caught! I have been coughing so much, my ABS are sore. Basically I am on my way to get a six pack :-D

I can hear someone snoring, my Diego. He always snores when he is tired. It's too cute :-D He is totally passed out hehe. I love him. How can you not???

Carla 

4 comments:

Girlie Blogger said...

Hey I was just at Tulla Bella a month ago. Great pizza.

My hubby is (mostly) Italian too. So he is super picky about Italian food.

www.thegirlieblog.com

Moo said...

It´s look very nice.
Whta´s the name of the OPI Color?

Greetz from Germany/Cologne!

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Sieht sehr gut aus!
Wie heißt die Farbe von OPI? Oder stehts dabei? Mein Englisch ist nicht so gut... -,-

Grüße aus Deutschland/Köln

Soadria said...

awww, deine hausschuhe <33
schau doch auch mal bei mir rein :)

~Hurricane B~ said...

I still love the looks crackle and shatter can give. I know some people that blog about nails are over the crackle. But when you do it like you do, just one or two. I adore it. I currently have been stuck on doing hue's. Like pinks(paint from light to dark colors, like a gradual build up)