Saturday, January 14, 2012

Bottle Spam Saturday: Pastels Edition

I got have to be honest, sometimes bottle spam is hard! I have a ton of lighter shades, and I had a hard time determining what would really constitute as a pastel versus just a light color. I just winged it. If it felt like Easter bunnies, and Easter eggs, and Easter M&M candy colors I threw it in there. I'm sure I have some colors that may not be considered pastels in here, and I'm sure I have colors I left out that would. Oh well...

Be sure to vote for next week's bottle spam!

 a-england Iseult, China Glaze Go Go Pink, WnW Cherry Blossom, WnW Flirty Rose, & Milani Tip Toe Pink

 WnW Collecting Pollen, Sinful Colors Unicorn, WnW Sunburst, WnW Garden Hose, & OPI Mermaids Tears

China Glaze For Audrey, Revlon Blue Lagoon, Sally Hansen Blue-Away, WnW Bird Bath, & Revlon Dreamer

 Milani Antique, OPI Steady as she Rose, Revlon Lilac Pastelle, Sally Hansen Whisper, & OPI Lucky Lucky Lavender

WnW Laughing Lilac, Milani Fasionable, Sally Hansen Lively Lilac, Sally Hansen Lacey Lilac, Maybelline Goody Plum Drop, & OPI Do You Lilac It?

Happy Saturday!


  1. I think your choices were perfect! I have a soft spot for these kinds of colors; and they definitely bring Easter M&Ms to mind. Lol. Great post!  :)

  2. I love, love, love to see bottle spam posts. It's kind of is akin to satisfying the look-e-loo in all of us!

  3. I love bottle spam - they all look like pastels to me!

  4. Love this post! I'm digging those Milanis! They are quickly becoming a favorite brand of mine. I definitely have an open mind about my polish and I don't always go straight for the OPI. In fact, I would much rather have a 4 bottles of WnW over one OPI any day!!! 

  5. Haven't seen OPI Do You Lilac It before. Looks pretty!!


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