Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Updated stash pics!

I have been a bad blogger.

String of excuses: work has been very busy, wedding planning has been a pain in the neck, I've been having problems with my camera or lens, my cuticles are in no shape for macro photography, so on and so on.

As a peace offering, I thought I would post my latest stash pictures. I plan on doing a spring cleaning of my stash over the next month, and hopefully downsize a bit!

If you are interested in my plan of attack for purging, my last stash post had my "purge policy" written out in excruciating detail (lol). You can see that post here.

And here we go!

Pinks



Reds


Orange/corals


Light/mint greens


Greens



Olive/poopy-greens


Grey-greens


Turquoise


Teals


Light blues


Dark green-blues


Dark neutral blues


Bright blues


Medium blues


Periwinkle blues


Light purples


Medium purples


Dark warm purples


Dark cool purples


Taupe/brown/neutrals


Nudes


Whites


Greys


Black/silver


Gold/warm metallics


Topcoats



Mixed glitters


If you have any questions about what a particular polish is, let me know!







25 comments:

  1. Awesome collection!

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  2. What is the name of the medium purple Zoya-varnish?

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  3. I like your current np stash! what are the names of those red and dark blue Essies with shimmer/glitter?

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  4. The red one is "Bonded" and the blue one is a franken of "Starry Starry Night". The recipe for the SSN franken is at the bottom of my post here: http://cilucia.blogspot.com/2012/03/china-glaze-skyscraper-and-essie-ssn.html :)

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  5. Zoya Neeka, one of my faves! Here's a swatch: http://cilucia.blogspot.com/2012/10/reswatch-zoya-neeka.html

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  6. Great stash. What are your two grey OPIs called? Thanks!

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  7. You continue to inspire me with your ability to cleanse your collection!!! One day I hopefully will be leaving you a comment to let you know that I've done it. But that isn't today ;)

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  8. My Pointe Exactly, and Skull & Glossbones - swatches/comparison here: http://cilucia.blogspot.com/2012/08/opi-nyc-ballet-soft-shades-2012-swatches.html

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  9. loooove the stash posts! Do you keep a spreadsheet of the colors or something? It'd be cool to see how that's changed over time, if you did keep track that way.

    My favorite section of your stash has to be Olive/Poopy greens, for the name alone.

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  10. Hi! Could you please tell me the names of the China Glaze taupe, the middle Essie grey-green and the Zoya medium purple? Amazing stash, love all the indie polishes

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  11. Love your medium blues! What is the zoya medium blue polish?

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  12. I really like your collection! And I admire the fact that you can downsize it so easily! I have 7 Alex drawers full of nail polishes/treatments and I definitely need to purge *some*. Guess I'm just waiting to wear them all before decide which ones need to go lol

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  13. Great collection!
    What's the name of the green Essie Glitter polish in the first "Greens" picure?

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  14. This text is priceless. How can I find out more?

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  15. I have the China Glaze taupe - it's Ingrid. :-) My first ChG, actually! Someone else asked about the Zoya medium purple, and apparently it's Neeka. I'd also like to know about the grey-greens...

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  16. what's the medium purple ultra pro and all of the taupe/brown/neutrals? i'm looking to get more work appropriate colors, thanks! (:

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  17. Sorry for the late reply! It was a franken a dear friend made for me, and she put it in an Essie bottle for me :) It was inspired by SpaRitual "Earth Matters"

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  18. The Nina Ultra Pro is Never Glum Plum - there were a lot of shades released similar to this at the same time...
    The Taupe/brown/neutrals from left to right are: SH CSM Fedora (a close dupe is Sephora by OPI Under My Trenchcoat which is on sale right now for $3/10), Orly Country Club Khaki (I think this was LE), China Glaze Ingrid (also LE), Revlon Stormy, Essie Don't Sweater it (which is very close to the Revlon, and Essie Chinchilly (one of my all time FAVOURITE work appropriate polishes! You definitely need this!)

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  19. Sorry for the late response! It's a franken from a dear friend inspired by Sparitual Earth Matters!

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  20. What is the Nfu Oh Dark Green Blues? It looks really pretty!!

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  21. Do you have any video of that? I'd love to find out more details.


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