I’ve been hearing all the hype about these Hard Candy polish and saw people taking pictures of theses displays of nail polish and I HAD to find them. So, I live within five miles of three Wal-Marts and about 10 Subways. There is a reason for all the Subways for three years in a row Houston, TX. was the fattest city in the country. It was horrible. I hated that claim to fame. The only good thing was that I was my regular weight right now not so much trying to slowly get there but it is hard because I don’t eat and that is worse than eating sometimes. I need to start forcing myself to eat something at lunch but I am just not hungry. So, the first Wal-Mart I went to I found one and the tags to all the others were taken off and it looked like they were sold out. I made sure I bought that one.II thought there is no way in Houston, TX a Wal Mart does not have these polishes but then I started worrying because you would think that we get everything but no. Only one Sephora in all of Houston carries Illamasqua nail polish and only in limited quantities. Wednesday I hit the Jackpot and found the display at on of the local Wal-Marts. I could not decide what to get. It was almost like being in an Etsy store except each polish was only $4.00. I had one and bought I don’t really know how many more. But this is the first one I was drawn to. It reminds me of Wicked by Whimsical Ideas by Pam. So, today I had to try it and I was really impressed it is loaded with glitter you don’t need to fish around for them. They dry fast but the down side is that they do come in small bottles the size of a Hits bottle but for $4.00 you can afford to get five bottles for $20.00. That is a steal. The first one I bought looks a little like a dupe of an indie I have and this one does too. This is a dilemma because I think we all have our favorite indies and I feel a little disloyal to certain vendors for buying these polishes.
What do you think of this polish does it look like something an indie would produce and are you going to buy any if you find them?