In case you couldn’t tell, I’m really excited about the arrival of spring.
I love all the colors, and the annual advent commonly known as my birthday isn’t half bad, either.
After browsing through various nail polish collections, one thing is clear: Chanel’s Spring 2012 nail polish collection simply can’t be unseen. I wish it could, because it’s insanely expensive, and something this cute just won’t flee my mind easily. It’s clear that I’m going to want it for a long time, but at $29 a pop, I just don’t see it happening.
At this point, I’m left wondering what these magical bottles could possibly contain. Certainly it can’t be normal nail polish. Not at that price. Oh no, it’s got to be made for goddesses or something.
Actually, if you’ve ever used Chanel nail polish, please let me know. I’m absolutely dying to know what special powers or properties they possess that could place them in such a high price bracket. 
Anyway, if you’re interested, the colors (from left to right) are called April, June, and May. I’ve also included links to Amazon for any of you blessed souls who have the money for such products. 
As grand as they are, this poor girl will just have to prowl the aisles of Rite Aid in search of similar hues. 

In case you couldn’t tell, I’m really excited about the arrival of spring.

I love all the colors, and the annual advent commonly known as my birthday isn’t half bad, either.

After browsing through various nail polish collections, one thing is clear: Chanel’s Spring 2012 nail polish collection simply can’t be unseen. I wish it could, because it’s insanely expensive, and something this cute just won’t flee my mind easily. It’s clear that I’m going to want it for a long time, but at $29 a pop, I just don’t see it happening.

At this point, I’m left wondering what these magical bottles could possibly contain. Certainly it can’t be normal nail polish. Not at that price. Oh no, it’s got to be made for goddesses or something.

Actually, if you’ve ever used Chanel nail polish, please let me know. I’m absolutely dying to know what special powers or properties they possess that could place them in such a high price bracket. 

Anyway, if you’re interested, the colors (from left to right) are called April, June, and May. I’ve also included links to Amazon for any of you blessed souls who have the money for such products. 

As grand as they are, this poor girl will just have to prowl the aisles of Rite Aid in search of similar hues.