FingerPaints Pastel Rain Collection

13 Apr

Good evening everyone!  I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.  To close out the weekend I wanted to share a lovely prize pack that I won from FingerPaints.  A few weeks ago they posted on Facebook wanting to see Spring manicures so I had shared a photo of my FingerPaints flowers.  A few days later they awarded everyone that had entered!  How awesome is that?  Then to put the icing on the cake my prize was the entire Pastel Rain Collection!  I had been eyeing this collection since they posted photos so you can imagine my excitement when I opened my box.  The Pastel Rain Collection consists of three amazing spring inspired cremes and then three matching glitter bombs.

First up I am going to share Springtime Bloom.  This is a gorgeous bubblegum pink creme that is just simply wonderful.  In my photos I am wearing just two coats of Springtime Bloom.

Springtime Bloom 1 Springtime Bloom 2 Springtime Bloom 3 Springtime Bloom 4 Springtime Bloom 5

Now for the matching glitter, A Pink of Pixie.  This is a clear base blend with light pink matte hexes in two sizes and micro bars, and light pink holographic glitter.  Application was super smooth and the glitter distributed beautifully.  In my photos I am wearing just one coat of A Pink of Pixie and then sealed it with a coat of Gelous.

A Pink of Pixie 1 A Pink of Pixie 2 A Pink of Pixie 3 A Pink of Pixie 4 A Pink of Pixie 5 A Pink of Pixie 6

Now for Dream I Can Fly.  This a wonderful Tiffany blue, teal creme.  This is probably my new favorite blue and for a blue lover like me, that’s saying a lot.  In my photos I am wearing just two coats of Dream I Can Fly.

Dream I Can Fly 1Dream I Can Fly 2Dream I Can Fly 3Dream I Can Fly 4Dream I Can Fly 5

Now for its mate, Crystal Springs.  This is a clear base blend loaded with light blue, light green, tiny silver holographic hexes, and silver holographic shards.  This blend was a little tricker to work with due to the shards but a little dabbing while applying smoothed it out.  In my photos I am wearing just one coat of Crystal Springs and then sealed it with a coat of Gelous.

Crystal Springs 1 Crystal Springs 2 Crystal Springs 3 Crystal Springs 4 Crystal Springs 5 Crystal Springs 6

Now for Misful Thinking.  This is a wonderful bright green creme.  Misful Thinking was a little thinner than the other two so I need three coats to get a solid finish.

Misful Thinking 1 Misful Thinking 2 Misful Thinking 3 Misful Thinking 4 Misful Thinking 5

And lastly today, Shower With Flowers.  This is a clear base blend loaded with tiny light green matte hexes and micro bars, and light green holographic glitter.  Just like A Pink of Pixie, application was flawless.  In my photos I am wearing just one coat of Shower With Flowers and then sealed it with a coat of Gelous.

Shower With Flowers 1 Shower With Flowers 2 Shower With Flowers 3 Shower With Flowers 4 Shower With Flowers 5 Shower With Flowers 6

So what do you guys think of the Pastel Rain Collection from FingerPaints?  I think they are simply perfect for Spring.  I do wish Crystal Springs was like the other two glitters but that is only a minor thing.  Be sure to grab these beauties up while you can because they are a limited collection.  Added bonus, right now at Sally’s polish is buy two get one free!  You can pick them up from Sally Beauty Supply and be sure to follow FingerPaints on Facebook because they are always running great contest and you could be their next winner.  Thank you so much for stopping by tonight and I look forward to seeing you all again tomorrow. <3

2 Responses to “FingerPaints Pastel Rain Collection”

  1. kendahl April 14, 2014 at 1:49 PM #

    I really like these. I really like the bases + matching glitter toppers idea.

    Okay. I haven’t had a polish make me want to dash to the nearest store EVER like Dream I Can Fly just did. I need that color *immediately*.

    • Nina April 14, 2014 at 6:11 PM #

      Dream I Can Fly is amazing and you will not regret dropping everything and rushing to Sally. <3

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