I'm off work on Mondays, which frees me up to shop, and that seems to be a bad thing for my wallet. Today, I was going to restrain myself. Somewhat ;-)
So I had to stop by the Dollar Tree to see what they had. Turns out, they had quite a bit:
I got the Insta-Dri's for stamping, and the NYC's are 2 per package, so $.50 each! So, 15 polishes for $13...I was happy!
Then I stopped at the mall. While there, I ducked into Hot Topic and snagged a couple of Black Heart polishes in their awesome skull bottles! I admit I really wanted them just for the bottles, but the colors are actually pretty spectacular, too! Glow-in-the-Dark pale blue and a gorgeous dark puple with blue shimmer. These were my priciest polishes of the day at $5 each and NOT on sale, but I also got a War Paint matte top coat for $1, so it evens out ;-).
I popped into Claire's, cuz they were having a BOGO 1/2 off, and I got 2 "mood" polishes. Not sure if they work, but sure sounds fun...$7.50 for the pair!
I also hit Forever 21 and for $3 got a Love & Beauty multi-bar glitter that looks like pastel southwest colors to me...very unique!
Then finally onto Ulta (I had a coupon). In the clearance bin I scored a China Glaze "Broken Hearted" for $2 and OPI "Navy Shatter" for $3.
Lastly, I stopped into a cheap shoe store, and saw some $2 NYX polishes, so I got 2. One is full of little stars!
Super-fun haul of 10 polishes for $30.50!
When I got home, my Windestine order was waiting
Star Bright, Spica, Jeweled Sand, Hydrangea, Sweetener, Star Light. As you can tell, I'm a sucker for star glitter. I kept taking the cap off the Star Light to see how easily I could get those cute little stars out, and every time, there was at least one on the brush. YAY for no fishing! I love Windestine's polishes, and Freda is an absolute sweetie! She pro-actively contacted me to let me know that there are zinc mixing balls in these polishes, and offered a refund. I don't see any issues in my bottles, though, so I declined. But she still sent me stainless balls, so I just need to change the balls out (using a magnet to get them out of the bottle), and VOILA, problem solved! You can check out her shop HERE...she's got her stainless mixing balls now, and has a new collection in the works!
A truly epic polish day that didn't break the bank!