Sometimes you have to follow what you know in your heart is best for you....
even when it's hard and it hurts and it means ending a friendship!
Sometimes you have to step away from emotions and look sincerely at things and
sometimes that means removing people from your life for your own wellbeing.
I don't think I am an unkind person...at least I try very hard to be kind, tolerant, forgiving, openminded and accepting. I am more than willing to listen to different views, ideals and opinions I encourage it actually.
But I cannot promise not to ever disagree or even at times when passionate about something...even debate it.
I try to be a good friend. I will bendover backward to help anyone and never do I ask or expect anything in return. I try to offer an ear when needed, a shoulder, advice if asked, or the shirt off my back. I am human and I do make mistakes from time to time, but I will admit to them, accept responsibility and apologize.
Sometimes love and friendship is not enough.
Occasionally a relationship is just toxic and you have to walk away.
This is a hard day, a sad day....but I know in my heart it is what is best for me.
Nicole by OPI ignites a mesmerizing look for the New Year with Liquid Metals. Featuring four new metallic Nail Lacquers ranging from shimmering sea foam to sophisticated champagne, Nicole by OPI’s Liquid Metals collection offers the season’s must-have accessory.
“Dress your nails with Liquid Metals to make a chic fashion statement with a high-shine finish,” says Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Nicole by OPI’s Executive VP & Artistic Director. “Metallic shades are perfect to wear with all clothing colors, adding some easy edge to your wardrobe.”
The Liquid Metals collection from Nicole by OPI includes:
A violet with a shine of its own.
The Next CEO
A highly motivated metallic gold.
Rich in Spirit
This metallic silvery blue-green is all you really need.
It Starts with Me
A metallic champagne that channels your inner shine.
Liquid Metals will be available January 2011 at ULTA, Walmart, Target, Sears, Harmon, HEB and Wegmans.
Nicole by OPI has put out 4 "Holiday" shades for 2010
Bring on the Tinsel is traditional holiday multi glitter in a clear base. Silver is the base glitter with lots of Red, green and a touch of blue and gold. This is 2 coats. I'm sure it could be opaque at 3-4 coats if you prefer it alone and not layered.
Stuck in the Chimney is a pink/red with subtle gold shimmer.
Kiss me at Midnight is not as brown as it looks in the picture. It is a brown toned deep wine with pink/red shimmer. 2 coats.
**Correction** I originally called this a black jelly base and was thinking of a different polish.
(Swatched over Kiss me at Midnight)
Spark my Mistletoe is a clear base with tons of red glitter and a dash of silver hex glitter.
2 coats This is a bit too sparse to go alone, in my opinion, it would take 4+ coats to get opaque.
I am in a place of introverted thought at current so I apologize for there being few words in this post.
**Products in this post were provided by the company/PR for my review