Friday, March 8, 2013

Owl Week: Indie Month Day 10: TGIF: Sonoma Nail Art Powlish


Ok today has three different titles! It is day 5 (final day) of my Owl Week for my birthday celebration. It is day 10 of my Indie Month posts. And it is TGIF: Thank Goodness, Indy Indie Friday! And I am able to tie all three with one amazing polish! Sonoma Nail Art: Powlish. Boo-yah! Or should I saw Whoo-yah!? :)


Here is one coat of Powlish. I had to have this polish because of the picture and the name! I also love the color! :) These polish applied without any problems and no glitter fishing!

The description and inspiration for this polish is found on Sonoma's etsy page:
Powlish is inspired by the burrowing owls of Sonoma County. These little owls who live in burrows in the ground were dwindling in numbers, until some North Bay kids got together with Sonoma Birding and the Sonoma Land Trust last year to dig out areas and install tubing and burrows for the birds to inhabit. Powlish is a tan based polish with glitters in a variety of metalic shades.

Here is two coats of Powlish and oh? Who's that? Another geeky owl! :)


Here's my little geeky owl that I created on a page protector, peeled off, then applied to nail! I used OPI Get In The Expresso Lane, OPI Did You 'Ear About Van Gogh, OPI Candle Lite, China Glaze Def Defying, Wet N' Wild Black Creme, and Milani White on the Spot.



This polish is so unique in my collection and I love it!

Powlish is not currently available, not sure if she is making more either.

Here is a link to Sonoma Nail Art etsy shop.
And to stay up-to-date, Sonoma Nail Art Facebook Page.

 

And don't forget to check out Emma's TGIF post over at Manicurity, my TGIF partner in crime!

8 comments:

  1. Ahh I love the little owl! So adorable

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  2. That polish is awesome! OMG I hope she makes it again. So cool. I love your little owl too, he (or she, I always call things he for some reason) looks fantastic.

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  3. I think I need to try your page protector method. I've used plastic baggies before, and I think they are too thin!

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    1. I would think they wouldn't be stiff enough. Just make sure you get a good solid bottom layer of polish so it'll come off in one piece! :)

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  4. I really need to try your trick for cute little nail stickers ^_^

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    1. You should! For me it's so much easier because it's not a weird angle!

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