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Friday, May 14th, 2010

Finger Paints Easely Entertained, Wicked Glitter

Finger Paints Easel-y Entertained

Finger Paints Blue Glitter Nail Polish

Have you guys checked out Finger Paints lately? If you haven't heard, Finger Paints recently revamped their core line at Sally Beauty and upgraded up to 40 new pretties. Today I have two colors to share, Easel-y Entertained and Wicked Glitter.

I have a love-hate-love relationship with Easel-y Entertained. Looking at the bottle, she had so much potential... The thought came across my mind - maybe, possibly, praying... Essie Starry Starry Night? Nope. The formula came up short, more so consistency wise.

Easel-y Entertained (shown  above) - a blue glitter and silver micro glitter in a matching sheer base. It's not a jelly, the base is more of a sheer tinting that dries semi gritty. Even know the base is sheer, the color is very buildable. My only suggestion - if the blue glitter was larger and glass fleck like this would easily be a hit.   

Finger Paints Wicked Glitter

Finger Paints Multi Color Glitter

Wicked Glitter is a multi colored glitter in a clear base. It looks similar to Sally Hansen's Rockstar Pink, but maybe with more silver tones? Try layering over an opaque silver foil (Trixie, Celeb City, Shine) for a wicked combo.

Finger Paints New Colors 

Here's a group picture of my haul. Check out my Photo Gallery in a few days for swatches.

Easel-y Entertained is standard shade and Wicked Glitter is limited edition. Sally Beauty is running a special right now on Finger Paints for $3.99/ea. Have you picked up any new colors? Have a fabulous weekend!

(6) Comments

Amanda said on May 15th, 2010 1:05 am
The glitter is just too much... I am really into the solid color glitters but that is just too much color on too little space!

najelle said on May 15th, 2010 2:18 am
hi i just wanted to let u know i think ur nails are so cute >_< they're so small and i bet it's easy to polish ..=D

Glockoma said on May 15th, 2010 9:34 pm
I've never tried Finger Paints polish before. They seem to put out lots of difference colours. There's a Sally Beauty near me, so I'll probably check them out. How is the wear on Finger Paints, by the way?

Naomi said on May 17th, 2010 9:01 am
Kinda like 'Easel-y'... Is that last one from your haul 'Tough Art to Follow'?

Sandy said on May 17th, 2010 12:06 pm
I wonder if Easel-y Entertained would be better over a creme base of a navy blue or something. I purchased this but haven't used it yet. If it's that gritty, I'll probably just take it back. Thanks for the swatch!

nansaidh said on Sep 21st, 2011 11:48 am
Wearing Easel-y Entertained today. PITA to apply. You're right about the consistency, thick and goopy. I had to use 4+ coats without a base color to get it opaque and am still disappointed with the outcome. I expected to be able to look into the polish, after 4 coats and a clear base it should have had depth but doesn't really. Don't forget to mention it definitely has a purple cast. And I'm NOT looking forward to taking it off... lol

Having said all that - it looks okay!

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