I made a big nail polish haul with May through Victoria Nail Supply a little while ago. This was my first time purchasing nail polishes from an online seller, and my experience was pretty great! Victoria Nail Supply offers nail polishes in many brands, such as OPI, Essie, Orly, China Glaze, to name a few. They have a pretty wide range of selection, and even have the latest collections from each brands in stock. Best of all, their prices are very affordable. For example, each OPI nail polish sells for about $8.50 normally, but on Victoria Nail Supply, each bottle is roughly $4.75. However, do keep in mind that they charge shipping according to weight, and nail polishes are not the lightest thing in the world to ship around the country for. Together, May and I bought 18 bottles of nail polishes, and I believe shipping was around $12. But even with the shipping cost factored in, the nail polishes are still of a great value.
I purchased 4 polishes from China Glaze: Something Sweet and Lemon Fizz from their Spring 2010 Up & Away collection. Mr & Mrs, and Bad Kitty.
Something Sweet and Lemon Fizz are such cute pastel colors for the spring. To be honest, I loved almost all the colors in the Up & Away collection, the pastels are just so eye-catching and pretty! But I had to make choices, otherwise my order would have been twice as much :p
Here is Something Sweet on my nails:
I also did a black crown Konad on top of Lemon Fizz the other day while playing around, I also tried out rhinestones on my nails for the first time, inspired by Cat.
Bad Kitty is a pretty bright pink with chunky glitters:
I also wanted something from the OPI Hong Kong collection:
From left to right, in Jade is the New Black, Suzi Says Feng Shui, and Meet Me On The Star Ferry.
Here is another of my Konad-icure with Suzi Says Feng Shui as the base color:
Meet Me On The Star Ferry on my nails:
There are more! I also bought Essie's Mint Candy Apple, Orly Snow Cone, Orly Bonder Rubberized Basecoat, which I heard is a great basecoat that keeps nail polishes on longer, and Seche Vite. I can never find Seche Vite in my local Ulta since it's always sold out. Since many people about this so much, I wanted to see how I like it. I have to say, I am impressed! It drys super fast, and leaves my nails really shiny. It's suppose to make nail polishes last longer as well, but since I am always changing my polish, I have yet to test that out. I never have enough patience to let my polishes dry after doing my manicure, and often times my nail polishes would get smudged before they were completely dry. Seche Vite is a life saver! Within a few minutes after applying this top coat on, my polishes were pretty much dry to the touch, and I could go on with my life. I am sold on this product!