Sunday, 20 September 2015

Moving Up in the World (Ft Sally Hansen Rags to Riches Polish)

sally hansen fall 2015 rags to riches polish swatch review

Seeing the Fall 2015 Complete Salon Manicure Sally Hansen's Rags to Riches* ($9.50CDN) dry down to this vampy wine shade made me think about how people move up in the world.
1) luck
2) tenacity and sheer force of will
Sometimes, in either situation, there may be some dead bodies involved.

sally hansen fall 2015 rags to riches polish swatch review

Moving up in the world takes either sheer guts and determination or a whole lot of luck. Rags to Riches says, "I mean business" or "I still have blood on my fingers nails from the last guy I killed". A few dead bodies are merely the price of admission as you drag your self to the frickin' top. There ain't no baby pinks for you. Deep and dark, like your tunnel vision to success,  only the moodiest of fall shades will do.

sally hansen fall 2015 rags to riches polish swatch review

This formula is no joke either. The flat brush gets the color on with precision, like a boss. When you're making deals and making bank, you don't have time to be fussing with painting within the lines. Your mind knows there are no lines. The street lights are always green for you. Green like the money in your off-shore accounts.

sally hansen fall 2015 rags to riches polish swatch review

And if you have to do your own dirty work, this formula is as tough as nails as you are. From first hand experience I can tell you that ripping apart the old and building your new empire only results in light tip wear through the week.

sally hansen fall 2015 rags to riches polish swatch review

Rags to riches, its the story of Howard Schultz, the story of Oprah Winfrey, the story of...Aladdin. I'm not saying this bottle of polish is going to catapult you to instant wealth, only you and your grit can get that done, son. But I am saying that when you're getting out of that swimming pool of cold hard cash, and putting your feet up on your marble accent tables, bordeaux soaked nails wouldn't be a bad accompaniment to your surroundings.

Daily Zen: Something interesting that David came across yesterday. Sarah and Gabriel have been living a Victorian life everyday, for a few years now. Everything they do, eat, wear, buy, use is from the Victorian era and they have an upcoming book (among others) about their experiences.

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