Friday, October 26, 2012

Material Girl Phantom Nail Polish

I was shopping at TJ Maxx and grabbed 3 of the Material Girl nail polishes. The bottles look just like Butter London so figured I had to try them cause I love Butter London polishes.

They were only $2.99 a bottle and out of the three I got I swatched Phantom tonight with some other polishes I grabbed while there. Let me tell you they had a huge selection from many designer brands but honestly I have so many polishes right now I am holding out for must haves only.

Phantom is black with gold and orange sparkles in it. It went on smooth and was very nice consistency. I applied two coats over Butter London nail foundation base coat. I love it and it's amazing quality definitely compares to Butter London and OPI.

I followed the polish with my all time favorite top coat Poshe. If you haven't tried this top coat and are a loyal Seche fan please try this out. I have some mini bottles to giveaway in upcoming giveaways. It literally dries super fast, great coverage, no shrinkage like Seche and is not super thick like Seche. It makes my nails last long and look super shiny. I don't have much time to paint my nails yet alone wait for them to dry with two kids and a lot of things going on non stop. Highly recommend this top coat also love Out The Door too:).

Enjoy the photos and if you go to TJ Maxx look for Material Girl polishes they are worth $2.99 for sure best priced best quality polish for price I have seen.

Melissa

2 comments:

  1. I will be going to Tj Maxx tomorrow to look, you are right they do look like Butter London's bottle I had read somewhere there was talk of a lawsuit. I don't think anything ever happened though. I love the color and your boots are perfect for fall. Thank you for sending me photos of the dresses and sweaters. I swear I never shopped Marshall's or Tj Maxx but now you have me convinced that the search is worth it. Thank you Melissa

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  2. Samantha ReynoldsMarch 19, 2013 at 4:01 PM

    I have found these polishes at TJ Maxx and thought they were made by Butter London for Madonna I googled them, then found your blog. I haven't stopped reading since I discovered it. Love everything you write about. Amazing work and I will continue to check back regularly.

    Samantha

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