Hello my lovelies!
Despite the lack of comments on the previous post (I know, I know! I have to post more consistently if I expect any kind of following!) the makeup seems to have been a hit. I’ve got some more photos of another look w/ other Sugarpill products that I did that have also been languishing for attention…as I said, I’ll get around to posting those fairly soon.
You’d think I’d get to that sooner since I’ve been off this whole past week, however, considering why I’ve been off I think you’ll understand why I haven’t gotten around to it. I’ve been keeping Mr. Entropy company while he recovers from an open inguinal hernia surgery. And ladies, let me tell you, open inguinal hernia surgery is no treat for either one of you! Mr. Entropy is relatively well, however, there’s still a fair amount of pain involved considering he’s been prescribed some hard core pain killers…so that, coupled w/ worrying about how much pain he’s in and making sure he’s been properly fed and watered has made Lady Entropy quite stressy! SO, I think you guys can see why I haven’t had a whole lot of motivation to posting a bunch of things.
Anyways, one of the things I have wanted to share w/ you guys is something I’ve participated in since I discovered this nail polish brand about two years ago. (Holy hell! Has it really been that long since I first cautiously dipped my toes in to the giant ocean of cosmetics???) It’s that time again for Zoya’s Nail Polish Exchange!!!
Here’s their blurb about the Exchange:
Out with the old – in with the new! In honor of Earth Day from April 20, 2011- April 27, 2011(11:59PM EST) Zoya Nail Polish will exchange* your old, out-of-style, unwanted nail color and replenish your nail polish supply with fresh Zoya fashion colors. All you pay is $4.00 per bottle for shipping and processing. Choose from over 300 formaldehyde, toluene, camphor and dibutyl phthalate (DBP) free, long-lasting, award winning, healthy colors to replace your old color! Zoya will properly dispose of your old polish.
If that caught your eye, you should totally check out their blog post here for details on how to get in on this.
As most of you know, I’ve been a huge fan of their Remove+, their Color Lock System, and of course, their polishes! The color range is pretty broad and totally something for everyone with the added benefit of being 3-free (pthalate, formaldehyde, and toluene free). I’ve also found their formula to last for at least a week using the Color Lock System w/o chipping or much tip wear.
I’ve used this opportunity to build up my Zoya collection in the past, and I hope you take advantage of it to safely dispose of your unused/unwanted polish and try out a great polish line for a great price!
Let me know what you guys haul and I’ll share mine!