Monday, 19 January 2015

BOM Nail Art January :: Dots feat. Shining Bright from Lilypad Lacquer

Hello everybody!  I'm checking in from my mother's computer as yet again, I have no internet at home.  It really is getting beyond a joke that just because I am 20 minutes outside of town, my internet connection is as flaky as a woman eating a chocolate bar while hiding under a bush.

But I digress.  Saturday's BOM Nail Art January prompt was Dots!


I used French White Gelicious gel polish for my base (and got a mild sunburn from the light too, more info below).  Over that I put randomly placed dots of two sizes of the gorgeous orange glitter flake Shining Bright from Lilypad Lacquer.  



Shining Bright is one of the five limited edition polishes from the An Indie Extravaganza 3 box, which is still available from Powder Perfect.  It's such a lovely cool orange colour, and loads of shimmery glittery goodness.


I had big plans on knocking over a bunch of manis this weekend.  What I ended up with was a huge nana nap (I suppose I had to catch up from all the lost sleep my insomnia caused), no internet, slightly sunburnt fingertips from using a mini "one finger at a time" LED lamp, and one finger naked because on Sunday morning the gel polish ejected!  (Note:  The nail nearly always ejects for some reason, and I have skin on my fingers very sensitive to heat and sun).  Talk about a weekend of nail fails!



I did originally type up this post at Mum's house, however the photos simply refused to upload.  Then I fought with Blogger on a web browser on my phone and got them to load up, but then I couldn't shift them around easily.  This post has certainly been an exercise in frustration!

Chocolate Trivia!!  If you had no idea why I was referring to a woman eating a chocolate bar under a bush being flaky... obviously you have either blocked out this ad, or are far too young to have grown up watching this ad and then trying in vain to have the Flake bar separate into lovely bite-sized pieces like this, instead of three huge chunks and a whole lot of dust that you end up with.  


Fingers crossed my ISP fixes their latest issue fast!!

Happy Polishing!! 
xo Relle 

Thursday, 15 January 2015

BOM Nail Art Jan :: Stamping :: Review of Born Pretty Store Plate BP-16



The start of work has heralded not only a wicked case of insomnia (three days of little sleep and counting) but I've also suffered a few nail mishaps which have resulted in slightly shorter nails.  I had noticed some peeling occurring on my tips, so in an effort to save the heartache of a bad break, I filed off a little length to bring it back to a healthy, unpeeled area of nail.  Unfortunately I didn't do this early enough for my ugly step-sister hand, who instead of receiving "just a little off the top" now looks like the hand equivalent of a hoity toity noble during the French Revolution!


Yesterday's prompt for BOM Nail Art Jan was stamping, and I've had a certain little safari themed stamping plate from  Born Pretty Store which has been waiting patiently for me to re-visit it.



The metal base of the plate is of good quality and quite sturdy.  The images are etched cleanly, and worked well with my non-stamper polish.  I imagine that this plate would work fantastically with proper stamping polish.

The plate has all sorts of animals, although it does have a hare in a circle and a lone howling wolf which seem to me to be unusual choices as the rest of the images are safari based (shooting with cameras, not guns!).  

For my mani I used the animals border, and placed them higher up on the nail to allow for some landscape bling.  My base colour was a custom from Sayuri Nail Lacquer, being A Clockwork Mess, and I used a holo purple sample polish for the stamping, plus a nail foil (more info on the foil below).

Rawr!

Nonchalant lion ignores the weird UFO hovering over his butt

So that I could show you some of the other images on the plate, I quickly stamped my ugly step-sister hand with a variety of them.  I think my favourite image is the highly detailed zebra.  Just gorgeous!  I extended the zebra stamp out to the edges of my nail using the tiger print, which worked although I wasn't 100% happy with it.  I was going to put some gold glitter across that part, however I discovered that I do not in fact own any gold glitter.  Nail art supplies fail!

Zebra

Tiger print & Flying birds

Cartoony elephant & Giraffes and Trees pattern



The nail foil I used is also from Born Pretty Store, and is a tiger print shot through with a fantastic holographic glitter.  If you follow the link above, it is listed as Nail Foil #3.  You get a very generous length of foil in this container, and with 120cm of foil to play with.  I probably have no chance of using this up all by myself on nails, so I will have to think of some other ways to use this up.  

Using some nail foil glue, I applied them over the whole of my thumb and middle fingers, and to the "land" part of the stamped nails.  I love using a little bit of nail foils in my nail art like this, as it gives a pop of colour and is quick and easy to use.  It's very hard to beat the holos, prints and shiny metallics available in foils.  You will have to watch what topcoat you use however, as a lot of the "quick dry" formulas tend to go to crazy town over foils.



Born Pretty Store offers worldwide free postage, and on average I have found that it takes 4-6 weeks to receive items, although BPS staff have advised that the delays experienced due to customs late last year have resolved and they are back to around a two week shipping period.

If you are interested in putting in an order for over $10, and would like a 10% discount, use my code at the checkout!  The code is LL10K31 (that's a zero, not an Oh).

Happy Polishing!
xo Relle



The stamping plate and nail foils featured in this post were provided for review.

Sunday, 11 January 2015

BOM Nail Art Jan :: Mix and Match feat. Shades of Phoenix Qandisa

For the Mix and Match theme of BOM Nail Art Jan, I wasn't really sure on how to tackle this.  What exactly is a mix and match mani?  Google image search didn't help as it all seemed to be a hodgepodge of different definitions.  For some it was a skittle mani, some a skittlette, others a different technique on every nail, some were different elements tied in together using one colour palette.  

In the end, I decided to focus on my actual mixes, being a mix of different finishes in my polish, hand painted lines versus nail vinyls as stencils and different shaped nail studs, all in colours that matched.


SHADES OF PHOENIX :: QANDISA

I'm slowly working my way through my untried shades, and decided to use the pink holo glittergasm Qandisa from Shades of Phoenix for my base.   Qandisa's inspiration is from Northern Moroccan mythology, and is portrayed as a goddess of lust, or a simple female demon who hangs out at the local river or stream, who seduces young men and drives them insane.  

I was so surprised when I put this polish on as I wasn't expecting it to be SO sparkly.  The previous swatch photos I've seen, as well as my own photos, simply do not do this polish full justice.  Qandisa has four glitters, and from memory three of those are holographic.  There is a light pink jelly base and then BAM!  Enough glitter to choke a talkative fairy with a generous oral cavity.  I used two coats on my nails, however some nails were almost there with just one coat.  



Macro Shot of Qandisa from ShadesofPhoenix.bigcartel.com

As with all super heavy glitter polishes, put aside some time to let this lady dry properly, and she'll thank you for it.  After a while, I put on one coat of Peita's Polish Quick! Gloss Me Up! topcoat and apart from one stubborn pinky nail which needed two coats.  My nails were now smooth and ready to go.

MIX AND MATCH BOM NAIL ART JAN

I have to tell you, having absolutely no plan going into this was rather frightening for me.  I've been known to sketch designs before I start.  With the theme being Mix and Match I was already out of my comfort zone (just call me Miss Matchy Matchy).  

I decided to go with matching the glitter pink of SOP Qandisa with LA Girl Matte Red (which is a bright pink-red).  Then I matched my fluro blue studs with a cream polish from Covergirl, Out of the Blue.  You can see where I used zigzag nail vinyls to mask out, and I then painted lines with white acrylic paint.




I really enjoyed wearing this mani, and received lots of compliments.  I was rather surprised it turned out as well as it did, because I certainly had no plan whatsoever going in to it!  Usually those manis end up at the bottom of my wastepaper basket infused into rapidly drying cotton balls, but this one was a success.

Happy Polishing!!
xo Relle


Monday, 5 January 2015

BOM Nail Art Jan :: Daisies :: Born Pretty Store Review :: Floral Handle Brush Set

Today's prompt for BOM Nail Art Jan is Daisies!  While I'm not really a flowers kind of gal, I do love vintage and retro floral prints, which is why I was drawn to these flower handled nail art brushes from Born Pretty Store.



This brush set comes in a set of four, with one flat brush and three different length striper brushes. The flat brush has a wooden handle with a standard silver paintbrush type tip and painted gold end, whereas the stripers appear to be a plastic barrel, with a more "pen nib" shaped tip in gold, and a matching gold end cap.  All brushes have the bristles secured well, and they are nice and light.


As there are two types of barrel used for these brushes, the floral print does look slightly different.  The plastic barrel of the stripers give a glossy look to the purple and pink floral print, and the gold detail flashes and shines as you move the barrel.  The print on the flat brush however, has a more matte look, which is understandable as it has been printed on a white painted barrel.  The gold detail is duller and you can notice the printing dots more if you look closely.  I had accidentally scratched off a section of print from the plastic ones, so I tested the wooden barrel with the same pressure and it didn't damage the print as much.


I tested the brushes with acrylic paint only, as I intend to keep them for paint, not polish use.  I trialled white, black, medium yellow and yellow ocre acrylics (Reeves and Jo Sonja's) and found that the brushes retained a slight stain from the bright yellow, but the other colours washed straight out.  I have found that it is fairly common for white brushes to discolour on the first use, even if you prime them with oil, so this is not something to be concerned about.  Below is a little sample of the lines produced by the brushes, with the flat brush obviously being at the top.  The other brushes were used from longest to shortest going left to right.  I didn't see any noticeable difference other than the longer brush being easier to get the thinnest line more uniform.


On to the nail art!

Now keep in mind, this is actually my ugly step-sister hand (ie. my dominant hand was the one being painted).  I really have no idea why I decided to do this, other than the fact that the nails were already polished and I could just dive straight into it.  Although to be honest it's not surprising, is it?  Lazy Lacquerista? ;)


Over my base of Femme Fatale Cosmetics Gentlemen's Scuffle and Nightsong Grotto, I painted simple daisies using acrylic paint, and placed a few white dots around the daisies to help tie the nail art together with the base colour and glitters.



The verdict?  These brushes work well with acrylic paint, are light and quite easy to handle, and they look pretty too. The bristle quality is on par with other good nail art brushes in the same price range, and I was happy to add them to my brush collection.  I have not tested them using polish, so if this is your intention you may receive a different result than I did.

This brush set is currently available for US $3.44 (AUD $4.29) from Born Pretty Store, which works out to US $0.86 per brush (approx. AUD $1.07 each).  If you order over $10, you can also use my discount code for 10% off.  The code is LL10K31 (that's a zero, not an Oh).

Born Pretty Store offers worldwide free postage, and on average I have found that it takes 4-6 weeks to receive items.  There are options for expedited shipping if you need something faster.

Happy Polishing!
xo Relle



The brushes featured in this post were provided for review.

Friday, 2 January 2015

Bring on 2015 :: BOM Nail Art Jan :: Femme Fatale Cosmetics Gentlemen's Scuffle and Nightsong Grotto

Now that the end of year madness is behind me, it's time to get my finger(s) out and get stuck back into nail art.  I was contemplating what to put on my nails when I stumbled upon a nail art challenge for January being hosted by three great IG nail ladies, @babsnails, @oliviajade19 and @m_a_tom. It's also totally do-able at a mani every 4 days (for those of us who paint on the day).  

Day 1 - New Year's Day


I used two polishes from Femme Fatale Cosmetics for my mani, putting down two coats of the teal holo Gentlemen's Scuffle, then stealing the glitters from Nightsong Grotto for glitter placement for the "2015".  On my thumb, and for my ugly step-sister hand, I just applied a thin coat of Nightsong Grotto over the entire nail, making the glitters sparse on purpose as I liked the look (and also it won't be such a cow to remove!).



I included an up-close shot of my "2" as this was the one I was happiest with.  There are so many lovely glitters in Nightsong Grotto!


This mani is actually pulling triple duty, as it is also a belated "New Years Eve" for Aussie Nails Monday, and my entry into the weekly challenge of "Free Choice" in the Femme Fatale Cosmetics' Facebook group.

If you'd like to join in on January's BOM nail art challenge, click on this image on my IG account @lazylacquerista and follow the hashtag #bomnailartjan.

Happy Polishing!!
xo Relle


Aussie Nails Monday
Ann -  @annvsv
Astrid - @lovessweetas
Briana - @briemmara
Carly - @_makeupbycarly - blog coming soon so watch this space!
Christinemay - @xtinemayyy or Nails at 2am http://nailsat2am.blogspot.com/
Elissa -@tenlittlenubs and Ten Little Nubs http://tenlittlenubs.blogspot.com/
Erin Wu -  @erinzi and Erin Zi’s Nails http://www.erinzi.com/
Holly - @nails_by_holly
Jasmyn- @jasmsb or Jas's Blingtastic Nails http://blingtasticnails.blogspot.com
Jennifer @jennlojko
Julia - Fancy Nails and Cups of Tea http://fancynailsandcupsoftea.blogspot.com/
Kate - Pimped Out Nails http://pimpedoutnails.blogspot.com/
Kate R - @katersnails
Kelly - @kellyskolors and Kelly's Kolors! http://www.kellyskolors.com/
Lily Jinks - @lilyandjinks
Loz - @polish_patterns and http://polishpatterns.blogspot.com/
Tamie - @misstamie73
Tracy - @oliviajade19
Naomi - @nadeekay and Nananaisnails http://nananaisnails.blogspot.com/
Natalia - @cats_n_nails
Nicki - @celestialcosmetics
Relle - @lazylacquerista or Lazy Lacquerista http://www.lazylacquerista.com/
Sarah Claire - @shattermeclaire or Shatter me Claire http://shattermeclaire.blogspot.com/
Sylvie - @smudgedpolish
Tara - @lokislacquer or Loki’s Lacquer http://www.lokislacquer.com/
Tash Birch - @tashisdead
Theresa - @itsallaboutpolish or It's All About the Polish http://itsallaboutthepolish.blogspot.com.au/



Saturday, 20 December 2014

Merry Christmas from the Lazy Lacquerista

It's coming up to the end of the work year, which means my personal life (including that fun hobby of mine, painting nails) takes a back seat while I work my fingers to the bone with all the last minute work that just has to be done before the break.  

I love this glitter smashmas polish!

Usually, I don't get a chance to paint my nails in the last week, but for once my insomnia had benefits, and I was up early enough Friday morning to paint my nails with the Christmas polish to end all Christmas polish.  It's like someone gathered up everything about Christmas, shoved it into a woodchipper and shot it straight into a bottle of nail polish.


There's red, green and gold in holo, hexes and squares, and enough sparkle to blind you!  Christmas in a Bottle was a little surprise I received from Tara of Loki's Lacquer together with some of her gorgeous Loki's Nail Vinyls.  


If you haven't tried out nail vinyls yet, definitely hit up Loki's Nail Vinyls.  They are so easy to use, and you can even get custom ones made up!  I have a couple of special shapes Tara has made up for me, and I plan on sharing those with you before the new year.  I was going to do it tonight, but my middle nail has broken again.  I wonder if I could convince everyone that it is the latest nail fad...

The next four days are going to be anything but lazy for me, and I doubt I will be able to post again until after Christmas, so I'll take this opportunity to wish you all a happy and safe Christmas, and a peaceful and prosperous new year.

Happy Polishing!!
xo Relle

Friday, 12 December 2014

Have you entered the Epic Xmas Giveaway hosted by Loki's Lacquer?

Hey there readers!  You know that cool chick, Tara, from Loki's Lacquer and Loki's Nail Vinyls? She's holding a massive giveaway and it ends in 24 hours!!!  




Tara has gathered some pretty awesome prizes, and I sure as hell would be entering every way possible had I not donated a trio of Xmassy coloured OPI polishes to the prize pool!  

Don't delay, go and check out the prizes in detail (with photos and info about sponsors and all that goodness!!), and earn your rafflecopter tickets!


3rd prize - $25 gift voucher at Color 4 Nails, and $15 gift voucher at Loki's Nail Vinyls

2nd prize - Two Bird Lacquer trio of Christmas polishes, base and top coat plus a cuticle oil

1st prize
Celestial Cosmetics LE Christmas trio, Ciate Chalkboard polish kit, Grace-full Nail Polish Christmas trio, OPI Neon Revolution mini set, OPI Two Tone Manicure VIP set, Jeanne Arthes Lover perfume set, Rimmel Salon Pro Kate Moss polishes x 4, Rimmel Provocalips x 2, Ulta3 Christmas polish set, and the trio of OPI polishes I donated (no photo because I was unorganised!).

How freaking epic is that first prize?  

Good luck with your entries, and happy polishing!!

xo Relle


Sunday, 7 December 2014

Aussie Nails Monday :: Favourite Ornament :: Celestial Cosmetics

I'm sneaking in a post for Aussie Nails Monday a day early, as this mani was also done for an entry into the Celestial Stars (Celestial Cosmetics' fan group) challenge as well.  I'm also a little disappointed by how this turned out, as what I had pictured in my head was vastly different to what ended up on my nails.

The Aussie Nails Monday theme was Favourite Ornament, and I've always loved tinsel, and frosty snowflake ornaments, I guess because the thought of snowflakes has always amazed me, having lived in such a hot environment all my life so far.

Firstly, my plan was to do light and dark blue snowflakes on each alternate nail, and have a green fir tree type design on my other nails with purple "bauble" dots.  My main problem was after I had put down the base of oh so holo Celestial Cosmetics Opie, it ate up a lot of the colour from the shades I tried to stamp over it. I also didn't realise that most of my Celestial collection leans towards the purple side of life, so I was left with fairly limited options in terms of colour schemes.

After a few failed stamping attempts, I went in a different direction and covered those nails up with Celestial Cosmetics Callisto.  I then stamped snowflakes using white Konad stamping polish using Konad plate M59. Tada!  Two presentable nails.


On to the tinsel nails (as my green didn't work).  I used Born Pretty Store stamping plate BP-16 (pictured below) as I thought the tiger print would give a good fir tree/tinsel effect.  After trying out a few other Celestial polishes from my stash, I was able to get Callisto and Elegantly Wasted and Sapphires of Tarth to stamp, hoping that that would give enough colour depth to the tinsel. Unfortunately it didn't, so I overstamped that with the same image using Konad white stamping polish.  In an attempt to tie those nails back to Christmas instead of looking like feathers or spines, I used some loose red holo glitter to make baubles.  As this last ditch attempt at Xmas bling left me with lumpy, misshapen glitter balls on my nails, I decided to just bite the bullet and wear it as is, as my only other option was to clean it all off and start again.  That sounded like far too much effort to me!

Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate


The stamping plate I used for the tinsel is actually an african safari themed plate, which I am looking forward to using later on for the animals, but the tiger skin pattern also does a great job as tinsel. Perhaps next Christmas I will dig this out again and have another attempt at tinsel nails over a dark green base.  

Stay tuned later this week as I will be getting my safari on with this plate, together with some awesome holo tiger nail foils also from Born Pretty Store.

Happy Polishing!!
xo Relle

Celestial Cosmetics:  Online store

Born Pretty Store discount code for 10% off:  LL10K31

Safari themed stamping plate was given to me by Born Pretty Store for review.


AUSSIE NAILS MONDAY

Ann -  @annvsv
Astrid - @lovessweetas
Briana - @briemmara
Carly - @_makeupbycarly - blog coming soon so watch this space!
Christinemay - @xtinemayyy or Nails at 2am http://nailsat2am.blogspot.com/
Elissa -@tenlittlenubs and Ten Little Nubs http://tenlittlenubs.blogspot.com/
Erin Wu -  @erinzi and Erin Zi’s Nails http://www.erinzi.com/
Holly - @nails_by_holly
Jasmyn- @jasmsb or Jas's Blingtastic Nails http://blingtasticnails.blogspot.com
Jennifer @jennlojko
Julia - Fancy Nails and Cups of Tea http://fancynailsandcupsoftea.blogspot.com/
Kate - Pimped Out Nails http://pimpedoutnails.blogspot.com/
Kate R - @katersnails
Kelly - @kellyskolors and Kelly's Kolors! http://www.kellyskolors.com/
Lily Jinks - @lilyandjinks
Loz - @polish_patterns and http://polishpatterns.blogspot.com/
Tamie - @misstamie73
Tracy - @oliviajade19
Naomi - @nadeekay and Nananaisnails http://nananaisnails.blogspot.com/
Natalia - @cats_n_nails
Nicki - @celestialcosmetics
Relle - @lazylacquerista or Lazy Lacquerista http://www.lazylacquerista.com/
Sarah Claire - @shattermeclaire or Shatter me Claire http://shattermeclaire.blogspot.com/
Sylvie - @smudgedpolish
Tara - @lokislacquer or Loki’s Lacquer http://www.lokislacquer.com/
Tash Birch - @tashisdead
Theresa - @itsallaboutpolish or It's All About the Polish http://itsallaboutthepolish.blogspot.com.au/

Monday, 1 December 2014

Aussie Nails Monday :: Sandy Claws :: Textured Christmas Nail Art

It's Monday!  And I've actually pulled my finger out and joined in on Aussie Nails Monday today.  Of course, I did feel a wee bit obligated since it was my theme suggestion!  We're having a month of Christmas themed AN Mondays, and I suggested Sandy Claws, where some kind of texture had to be used. 

Crunchy Christmas Presents

I was already wearing Sayuri Nail Lacquer's limited edition Red Shirt, and I was feeling uber lazy, so I grabbed my pastel creme pink Sally Hansen Nail Art Pen and drew some crosses for ribbon on the presents.  I then dabbed on Essence's I Feel Gritty textured sparkle sand top coat.  Tada!  Instant texture.

Then I realised I hadn't thought this through very well as now I had some red and pink cross nails, that really didn't look like presents.  Nothing a bit of bling wouldn't fix, so I grabbed some triangle and round diamontes and made them into bows.



Happy Polishing!!
xo Relle


Aussie Nails Monday
Ann -  @annvsv
Astrid - @lovessweetas
Briana - @briemmara
Carly - @_makeupbycarly - blog coming soon so watch this space!
Christinemay - @xtinemayyy or Nails at 2am http://nailsat2am.blogspot.com/
Elissa -@tenlittlenubs and Ten Little Nubs http://tenlittlenubs.blogspot.com/
Erin Wu -  @erinzi and Erin Zi’s Nails http://www.erinzi.com/
Holly - @nails_by_holly
Jasmyn- @jasmsb or Jas's Blingtastic Nails http://blingtasticnails.blogspot.com
Jennifer @jennlojko
Julia - Fancy Nails and Cups of Tea http://fancynailsandcupsoftea.blogspot.com/
Kate - Pimped Out Nails http://pimpedoutnails.blogspot.com/
Kate R - @katersnails
Kelly - @kellyskolors and Kelly's Kolors! http://www.kellyskolors.com/
Lily Jinks - @lilyandjinks
Loz - @polish_patterns and http://polishpatterns.blogspot.com/
Tamie - @misstamie73
Tracy - @oliviajade19
Naomi - @nadeekay and Nananaisnails http://nananaisnails.blogspot.com/
Natalia - @cats_n_nails
Nicki - @celestialcosmetics
Relle - @lazylacquerista or Lazy Lacquerista http://www.lazylacquerista.com/
Sarah Claire - @shattermeclaire or Shatter me Claire http://shattermeclaire.blogspot.com/
Sylvie - @smudgedpolish
Tara - @lokislacquer or Loki’s Lacquer http://www.lokislacquer.com/
Tash Birch - @tashisdead
Theresa - @itsallaboutpolish or It's All About the Polish http://itsallaboutthepolish.blogspot.com.au/

Sunday, 30 November 2014

Sayuri Nail Lacquer :: LE Red Shirt for Supanova

There are a couple of things that remain constant about my Indie polish buying habits, and one of those things is getting my grabby little hands on limited edition polishes from Sayuri Nail Lacquer. I'm sharing one of my favourite Sayuri LE's with you today because it has been made available again for a short period of time.

RED SHIRT

Red Shirt is a delicious strawberry red polish with lashings of golden shimmer, and unlike Ensign Expendable, it has actually come back from it's away mission!!  

Making it's debut earlier this year at the Gold Coast, Red Shirt is Sayuri's exclusive shade made for Supanova.  I'm glad to report that it is back again, and if you are going to the Brisbane Supanova this weekend make sure you check out the Sayuri stand and say "hi" to Anthea for me!  Grab yourself a bottle of this delicious polish while you're at it, as you definitely won't regret it.


If you are unable to get to Supanova for any reason, you are in luck this year because Sayuri are also selling Red Shirt on their website.  You have until 11:59pm AEST Sunday 30 November 2014 to secure your bottle before the next "away mission".  


I applied two coats of Red Shirt and reached a level of opacity I was happy with, and the formula was fantastic.  I didn't have time for cleanup as the local neighbourhood Manbeast had beamed me out into the kitchen to help with dinner, but it shows how great the formula is, with a good level of pigmentation that stays where you put it and doesn't scamper over to play with hangnails you didn't know you had.  

From http://www.stevethomasart.com/startrek.html

I am up-to-date on my Sayuri LE collection, so if there are any shades that you would like to see, let me know and I will hook you up.

Happy polishing!!
xo Relle