Nail Care And Designs

China Glaze And Orly Nail Polish From 88 Beauty.Com Haul

10:34 PM Katherine H 2 Comments

Hey guy I finally picked up my Package! I am so happy I love the colors its so gorgeous the packaging was excellent and the all the nail colors are beautiful!

Below you will find a video me showing you nail polish as well as a picture of it on my nail!


You Can View All the Nail Polishes And More At Their
Web Site
You Can Get There By Clinking HERE

All China Glaze Nail Polishes Are $2.68
ORLY Is $3.18


Nail Polishes In Order As In The Video!


Laced Up
Vintage Crepe
For Audrey
Evening Seduction
Orly Velvet Rope
Hot a A Love

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I'm surprise that 8ty8beautysupply is back in service. I ordered a whole lot of nail polishes from them and for a couple months their site was down as if they were out of business.
I was so bummed because that's where I order all my polishes. But becuz of your video, I'm finding out that they are back in business. I'm so happy!

My first order was China Glaze but I noticed with the darker colors you have to use like 4-5 coats just to get good coverage on some of the polishes. But for the price being so cheap I can't really complain. I got the same polish "aubrey" too. It's such a pretty color.

I ordered the Orly too and the quality feels like O.P.I.

Oh so you're looking for a studio. Okay, boyfriend and I looked through craigslist to find our last apartment. We found our old apartment through a realtor. But since the economy is not doing so well, a lot of the supers are paying the broker fee. You have to just look for apartments on craigslist that doesn't charge a broker fee.

My tip for looking thru craigslist from experience:
-make sure there's a number.
-email address.
-pictures of the apartment.
-address of area (or corner streets)
-and you are able to meet the realtor or renter for a viewing.

If a realtor ask you to come to the office first to go over some apartments. Forget it. Most likely they're gonna try to charge you a fee up front. I walk away from that. I don't pay for anything up front without seeing an apartment first.

Then there are some instances where some people are trying to sublet their apartment because they're out of the country. I don't trust those either. You never know who's scamming you.

I only met with realtors who showed me the apartments first...then I paid if I wanted the apartment. (not the other way around).

To find an apartment for $800, wow...that's gonna be kinda tricky. Most of the apartments I saw within that price range were in the projects. =(

But I did see one studio for $800. It looks really really really small...but it's cute because it has kind of a bunk bed feel to it. Here's the link:

I don't know if it has a broker fee or not. But you can call and ask.

Hope that helps.