I hope all of you enjoyed Bettina Week(: Here is a recap just in case you missed anything. I'll have the names link back to their post if you want to read them separately. I also wanted to mention that these aren't all the Bettina's I own, I had two more that I swatched earlier and then two more that I didn't have time to swatch. Anyway, moving onto the photos! :)
Art Deco Yellow: Three coats of my new favorite yellow, then stamped it using another Bettina color... I love the way this turned out, I got so many compliments!
Secret: I have to say that I am not a fan of black. I did find a use for this color though! It works for stamping, yay!! I used two coats and layered Sinful Colors Out Of This World over it. I apologize about the lightning.. the pics were taken hours apart.
Art Deco Orange: This is probably my new favorite orange! I love love LOVE it:) This is two buttery smooth coats. I then stamped it using a fun flower print. I think it looks super summ-ery and fresh(:
#4: This is one of the two only pinks in my collection... and I love it! It's a little peachy for my skintone but I like it nontheless:) This is two slightly thick coats and I stamped it using another Bettina color.
Trees: Green jelly perfection! Formula was awesome (as usual) and dry time was great. Stamped with another Bettina color... not crazy about the print though.t
Final Thoughts: Overall I am in LOVE with Bettina. They come in a bunch of fun colors, and even when they are basic they still have that something that makes them special. The formulas are amazing, even for the tougher colors such as yellow. Dry times are usually above average and they dry shiny, which I love. Even the colors which I didn't exactly love, I still found a use for them.
About Bettina: Bettina is a cosmetic brand from Puerto Rico. I first heard about them through Let Them Have Polish! They just recently started distributing their lacquer in the US, starting in Miami, Florida. Not sure about retail locations, but I am pretty sure you can order them. If you have any questions visit their FB page, they are pretty good (and fast) at answering your questions. To see more of their enamels visit their website: www.bettinacosmetics.com
If you are want to know exactly what products and things I used, please click on the name of the polish, it will redirect you to their post. If you want to see the colors that I didn't feature in Bettina Week, you can click my Nail Polish Collection tab below my header(:
Thanks so much for reading and I hope you enjoyed my recap! :D
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