I've had a love/hate relationship with Confetti, but since I heard there was some issues with this brand getting a restraining order/sued I don't know the legal jargon, I decided to grab some more. The color I got was Debutante. Let me just say I probably would of been better off not purchasing this one, but you can doctor things up, right?
Debutante is a sandy gold frosty metallic, Blech, I don't really care for this at all. I could tell I wouldn't care for it either when I picked up the bottle. Also, like some other Confetti polishes the brush on this was wonky and deformed. I guess I picked it up because I figured I could do something with it. I figured it may work for a funky Christmas manicure...
So, what do you think? Cute or ridiculous? It won't hurt my feelings. :P
I would definitely go with accent nail for this. You totally have the right idea on that score.ReplyDelete
The bling helps....maybe even some gems set as an accent on your ring finger and the other nails done with the red and green you added???
I hate Confetti's wonky brushes and isn't just like us to run and buy up lacquer when we know we might lose the opportunity...even if it is an ugly color.
You could maybe franken this with a deep copper eyeshadow???
I agree - the bling helps! I don't care for Debutante alone, but the glitters really help. Elf puke...LMAO!ReplyDelete
Not my taste, but to each there own.ReplyDelete
I would totally wear this as a full mani, love it!ReplyDelete
I do like the mani with the glitter, I think it'd be perfect for Christmas!ReplyDelete
Not really a fan of the polish on its own, though.
It looks good on your nails!ReplyDelete
Nice combo :)ReplyDelete
I was surprized to still see this line in CVS, due to the pending litigation issues & all. LOL
Thanks for sharing Steph!
The shade of gold works fine on my skin tone; it just seems to lose its shimmer when the paint dries. I remedy it with tiny gold glitter - "The Gold and the Beautiful" by Wet 'n' Wild, 2 coats.ReplyDelete