Wednesday, October 27, 2010

FCC 34 EDIT! spooky tattoos as nail art!

Hi Kids!
Before I get to my review of another FCC nail polish, I have to mention that FCC #39, the beautiful, glowing molten red I wore a couple of posts ago, stained my acrylics something fierce. The staining went so deep no amount of buffing would remove it. It's all good though, the staining forced me to do my fill, which I should have done a week ago.
I also want to say that FCC #39 removed quickly...topcoat and color came off with 1 swipe. The silver foil that was left behind came off with with a couple of more swipes...then surprise- red staining!

Anyway, I really wanted to try one of the blue FCCs, however, since I experienced staining with the red, I wasn't taking chances with blues. Since I just did my fill, I opted for a lighter color. Nothing new there...I tend to wear lighter colors on new acrylic, moving my way towards darks the closer I get to my fill.

FCC #34 is a silver champagne foil. It applied like a dream and was opaque in 2 coats. Like the red #39, #34 is a grain-ey type foil. After topcoat, it magically transformed into a smooth brushed metallic. Very pretty! I threw in the word champagne for the lack of a better description. This polish has a warm champagne gold involved in the formulation. I'm not sure if some of the foil particles flash soft gold, or it's in the base. Although not visible looking at the bottle color, the soft champagne gold is subtly noticeable on the nail, making the color a neutral.

Of course I have pictures...
I also photographed a card of spooky body tattoos that I'm going to put on my mani.
Very quickly, cause I have to go to work and this will def get scratched up; Make these bigger...they're wayyyy cool! Body tattoo stickers work on nails. Oh, the possibilities!
Pics are clickable

In non-nail news;
I believe I mentioned/alluded to, in a prior post, the prescribed Valium I'm taking to help with anxiety that's compromising my BP med therapy. It trips me out that I can take 60 to 80mg of pure liquid Morphine for pain management with no effects what-so-ever, and 1 10mg Valium makes me uncontrollably sleepy and drunk like.
Yesterday, while at my PC desk, my head fell forward onto the desk and I fell asleep on a ceramic coaster. My forehead sat on that coaster- for I don't know how long- until my husband came by and woke me up.
The imprint of the coaster stayed on my forehead overnight. Although I don't have a visible bruise, my forehead is freaking sore as heck. I can't even touch it it without experiencing pain like a severe bruise. WTF?
Here's the coaster weapon;

That's one thick, and hard coaster!!!

More news...Remember the waitress who I nicknamed "juicey" on this Blog? The one who caused mega drama? Well, she quit. I had to fight with the owner to NOT beg her to come back. He wanted that psycho to be head waitress. CYBI? My boss is, for some reason, drawn to people with emotional issues...and he invariably turns them into monsters that I have to deal with.
I am 100% sure this was a play for power on her part. Make herself non-expendable and quit so he would call her back and give her a position with power. I know this because she has a big mouth... she subtly broadcasted her intent on Facebook. Funny shit...she's still waiting for one of us to call (also on Facebook) Stupid girl.

Anyway! I'm going to stop this rambling and get to those body tattoos. Crossing my fingers they will not only work, but be visible.


Eli said...

You have no idea how hard it is to kick that Valium. I'd be careful if I were you.

On a happier note, I love the color, and those spooky stickies are adorable! Can't wait to see them!

nail crazy said...

<span>What a <span>beauty! :-D </span></span>

Kanji said...

Keeping my fingers crossed for your tattoos and your forehead to get better soon!
I am glad you picked a lighter colour after such happening! I always get so mad when a nail polish stains my nails! I get really angry and I throw the nail polish away. Usually it happens with reds and dark blues... but I've been really really unlucky with the dark blues. :(

mrsrexy said...

Those halloween mani's are just absolutely friggin awesome!  So cool!  You rock!

Sofie said...

That's soo cool with those body tattoos! How do you apply them? I think I have to try that at some point, even though I wouldn't be able to fit that much of it on my nails.. But still :)

April and Ashley said...

So awesome! Great idea.

Chaosbutterfly said...

Those tattoos look awesome.

And sorry about your forehead. :(
Have you tried icing it? Crazy how you just passed out onto a coaster. 

As for juicy...well, I'm just gonna pray for that girl. LOL. 

makeupgirl21 said...

I love those tattoos! Weird how Valium works.  I haven't taken it in many years.  It also knocked me out.  I've only had Morphine after surgery so I don't know how that affects me.  Your poor forehead! Crazy and icing is a good idea.  Glad some of your trouble is gone.  Some people just don't get it.

ainos2 said...

<span>"As for juicy...well, I'm just gonna pray for that girl."</span>

Pppfffffh...omg, that's just too funny. Funnier yet, I now have Hawaiian Punch sprayed on my keyboard.
*And* my forehead hurts when I laugh...
It's all good though, I haven't had enough laughter in my life these days, and it is the best medicine...

Thank you for this funny post!

Brittany said...

I tagged you in my most recent post for an award (:

Blueyez333 said...

I'm loving the tats as a manicure, it looks awesome :)  I'm going through some major work drama right now too so I feel you there. Hopefully she doesn't end up wiggling her way back in!

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JQ said...

Oh I neeed to find some super groovy tattoos like these!  Very VERY cool.  <3 it so much!

Kati said...

Nice!! :)

kelaltieri said...

Hi!  I found your blog via Top 50 Nail Blogs.  CONGRATS!!  From what I've seen so far, you DEFINITELY belong on that list.  :) 

Anyway, I chose to comment on this post, because I can relate when it comes to chronic pain and meds.  I've been taking medication for back pain due to a car accident for almost 4 years.  I have slipped, herniated and bulging discs, SEVERE TMJ in my jaw, nerve damage in my left arm and leg and sacroiliitis in my hips, which is described to be similar to sciatic pain, but I wouldn't know personally.  I can have back surgery, but there's only a 50/50 success rate.  I've become tolerant to everything I've tried and have resorted to taking 60mg of methadone daily.  My tolerance for everything else had gotten so high that I was taking doses that would probably kill other people.  Methadone is good, because it stays in the blood stream for up to 36 hours.  But, even with this - I can feel the effects wearing off in less than 24 - and I take naproxen for breakthrough pain.  Combined with the stereotype of people taking narcotics for "chronic pain" are junkies, it sucks.  When a doctor read over my chart and gets to the "what medications are you taking?" section, I feel like I'm treated differently and sometimes, don't get the same treatment as others.  Especially when it comes to pain management.  I went to the dentist because I cracked a molar all the way up under my gums to the root.  My mouth was swollen and in 24/7 THROBBING pain.  The dentist gave me rx strength Motrin and antibiotics.  Like, are you kidding me?  I was ready to smack myself in the face with a sledgehammer.  AND he wouldn't remove the tooth, because of the placement.  So, I had to wait for my insurance company to give me a referal for an oral surgeon.  I'm sure you understand where I'm coming from.  So, anyway .. like I said, I have a ridiculously high tolerance for pain meds, but with anything else, I'm a lightweight.  When my mom passed away in April, I took xanax a few times, 10mg I think - but, don't rely on my memory, I'm not familiar with the dosing of it.  I would take 1 and 20 minutes later, I was zombified.  It's the same with anything like that ..valium, xanax, ativan - hell, I pass out from Tylenol PM and unisom.  LOL

Anyway - sorry for the rant.  Your blog is awesome - your nails are gorgeous!  I already signed up to follow you.  So, keep the posts/reviews coming and thanks for sharing!!  Bye!!

PS - I sued the person that caused the accident and they refused to settle.  It took almost 3 years to go to trial and I LOST the case.  Can you believe it?  The jury was braindead.

ainos2 said...

Oh my Goodness- I *jusy* saw this comment!
I'm so sorry about your Mom :(
Chronic pain is terrible, and you certainly have it in full buckets!

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