Monday, February 18, 2013

Whimsical Ideas by Pam!

Good morning lovelies :) Hope everyone had a nice weekend! I spent most of it cleaning and catching up on blog stuff, nothing terribly exciting! 

Today I am featuring another new-to-me indie brand, Whimsical Ideas by Pam! She makes some absolutely stunning and unique glitter mixes! For my first order I picked Once Upon A Time and Kismet's Pajamas. These "whimsies" have the prettiest bottles, I love the font used for the polish names, and the little bows on the caps are just adorable!

All pictures are shown with one coat of glitter over base coat, and with one coat of NYC Grand Central Station quick-dry top coat!

Kismet's Pajamas
Kismet's Pajamas over China Glaze Stone Cold... 
love the silver shimmer from Stone Cold peeking out!

Kismet's Pajamas over China Glaze Liquid Leather

bottle shot: silver and magenta hexes with tiny magenta glitter in a black base!

and a macro shot!

Once Upon A Time
Once Upon A Time over Wet N Wild Break the Ice

Once Upon A Time over Zoya Neely

Once Upon A Time over Zoya Julie

bottle shot: small lavender hexes, medium seafoam green hexes, 
and tiny purple glitter in a clear base!

and a macro shot! 

I adore both of the colors I chose! Kismet's Pajamas is edgy and spunky, definitely something I would wear out to a bar or club! Once Upon A Time is the complete opposite, soft and pastel and very Easter-like! 

For the record, these glitters are super easy to remove! I didn't need to use foil at all!

You can check out these and all Pam's other beauties over at her Facebook page. Polishes are $10 per bottle, you can e-mail her which ones you'd like to order. Let me just say, her customer service is FANTASTIC! I was browsing online around 1:30am when I decided to place my order, my e-mail was responded to immediately, and my invoice was sent back to me - all within about 15 minutes! It makes me look forward to placing my next order! :)

What do you think about Whimsical Ideas by Pam? Do you have any yourself?


1 comment:

  1. Both of these look wonderful, I am not a massive fan of indie glitters, but these pictures are making me want to get the two in this post!