Yuka Nail Polish Remover Wipes - November Box
Flormar Nail Enamel in shade 397 - December Box
I used the Yuka wipes to remove my nail polish and it was very effective. The drawback for me is that it was hard to separate the wipes from each other so I ended up using more than one wipe every pull. However, one pull was already able to remove the polish from my right toes and one pull for the left toes.
Lid off the Yuka Nail Polish Remover Wipes
Wipes were hard to separate from each other
After cleaning up my nails and all, I then applied a base so I can use the Flormar Nail Enamel. The back of the bottle says it's made in Turkey. And here I thought it was a local name.
I love the shade of the polish. It fits my "wedding belle look" project! It's fresh and fit the blushing bride portrait for me. Here is how it looks on my toes.
I will be wearing a silver peep toe shoe from Kate Spade for the wedding ceremony and I plan to get another shoe for the reception. A hot pink peep toe. So this shade will look perfect! So you can bet that I will be looking for this shade and have the spa apply it. Or if this bottle survives, then we can use it. But I sincerely doubt that because I plan to use this shade from now on. It spells blushing bride perfectly!