Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Zoya - Charla

I'm trying Color Lock again. I have plans tomorrow night, so I'm definitely wearing this two whole days. Seemed like a good time to test it again.

This is Charla. You've all seen it, many times.

Here it is on my nails.

Basecoat: Zoya Anchor (1 coat)
Color: Zoya Charla (3 coats)
Topcoat: Zoya Armor (1 coat)

I may cheat and put on a coat of Seche before I go to bed.

Application was pretty good for such a glittery polish. It covered pretty well but is a tiny bit thick.

See you again Thursday!

Monday, June 28, 2010

Sinful - Neon Melon

This is one of the oldest Sinfuls I have in my stash. I used to have two old boring nude shimmer Sinfuls but I sent those in during last year's Zoya exchange. I saw Neon Melon in a neon display a couple of months ago, but Neon Melon is definitely not new. I think I got this last fall.
I did a little test swatch when I took of Kiki, so I knew I'd have to do an opaque base coat. Here is the finished product:
My hands are not really this red in real life. Here's another one that is a little more color accurate.
Basecoat: Orly Ridge Filler (2 coats, for opacity)
Color: Orly White Tips (2 coats)
Color: Sinful Neon Melon (3 coats)
Topcoat: Seche Vite (1 coat)

This is a pretty standard neon yellow. It is a little less streaky than most and a little more opaque than most, but it's still streaky and sheer. If I look closely I can still see streaks. I plan to change it tomorrow, probably back to another Zoya with Color Lock.

I finally couldn't stand Kiki any more. I could still dent it when I got home from the office this evening. I'm not writing off Color Lock altogether, because Kiki's texture was not the typical Zoya smooth formula - it was a little thick and slightly goopy. Tomorrow I'll pick up another color and try again.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Zoya - Kiki and Boots Wonderbalm

Today I decided to wear Zoya Kiki, even though I just got it, and test drive the Color Lock system.

Kiki is a bright almost neon pink that looks glass-flecked. It leans cool and has almost a blue flash to it. It is not as opaque as it could be, but the color payoff is worth it. I couldn't get great pictures inside, but that's OK because we have full sun today and THOSE pictures were great. Here it is inside:
This photo on the nail isn't that great but really captures the sparkle in the bottle. Here's another lightbox photo that is better on the nails:
Still kind of meh. Here's a photo inside, next to a window. I think this shows a little more of the base color and does a good job of showing the VNL (blech).
This is the payoff, though - here are a few from outside, under full sun.

Basecoat: Zoya Anchor (1 coat)
Color: Zoya Kiki (3 coats)
Topcoat: Zoya Armor (1 coat)

Application for Kiki was not so great. It was a little thick and a tiny bit gloppy. Cleanup was what you would expect from a glass flecked polish - you'll get better results if you're careful in the first place. Unfortunately, the very first nail I painted - I flooded my cuticle badly. Oh well.

Zoya Anchor is an awesome basecoat. I am on the fence about Armor. Obviously, I am way biased towards Seche, though. The application was "meh". I waited about ten minutes after m last coat of color but I still managed to pick up some pink on my Armor brush.

I'm dubious so far of the Color Lock system. I have major bubbles already, but Kiki is so sparkly I'm the only one who notices. I did use the Hurry Up drops, too. It's probably been 45 minutes since I used them but my polish still feels dent-able.

Moving on. While I was Target doing my grocery shopping yesterday, I came across Boots Wonderbalm. I picked up a jar after playing with the tester. It says you can use it on lips, elbows, and knees. I decided to use it on my cuticles post-manicure. I used it last night and again today and so far I really like it.

I got the Mediterranean Olive, Almond, & Sage flavor - I don't know if there are any other flavors. It has a slightly fruity fragrance to it, but it's very light and I barely notice it at all. It comes in a .84 oz glass jar. The texture is very light and silky, and it absorbs quickly and doesn't leave my skin greasy at all. I think it is a little lighter than Solar Balm and less sticky.

That's about all for me - I have to go iron clothes before we head out to tonight's Rangers game. Look for a new post Tuesday night probably.

Have a great rest of the weekend!

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Comparison: China Glaze Pool Party and Color Club Warhol; Zoya Exchange

So today I had time to compare China Glaze Pool Party and Color Club Warhol.  I am wearing Warhol on my toes, and was planning to wear Pool Party on my fingers, when I noticed that they seemed identical in the bottle.  I don't really do matching mani/pedi, so back into the stash it went. 

I used two coats of Wet N Wild French White as a base on my index and middle fingers.  I used three coats on all fingers.  Here they are under daylight lamps (more on this later):

I have Pool Party on my index and ring fingers, and Warhol on my middle finger and pinky.   Here they are next to a window on a sunny day.

The neon-ness really shows up in this photo.  I went outside to take a picture:
 These are pretty dupe-y.  You only need both if you are a completionist, or you really love neon pinks (as I do).  Pool party leans a little warmer than Warhol and Warhol is a tiny bit more opaque.  I wasn't very careful with my white base coat, and I had VNL on all four nails.  You'll definitely want a non-streaky white basecoat if VNL bugs you.

Next, I got my Zoya Exchange package in Friday.  I wasn't able to take pictures until tonight.  A note about these photos - they look COMPLETELY different from any of my previous photos.  I have Emily of Squared Nails to thank.  She posted an outstanding tutorial series that I was thrilled to see - I have next to no knowledge of photography.  I had been planning to get a light box anyway, but after reading this I purchased one today and set it up.  Here is the first part of my Zoya Exchange haul:
Wait, what the heck is that?  It must be Pixel, my art director.

She's decided to offer her advice on my photo shoot.
Yeah, now she's just being obnoxious.  After this interruption, I continued:
From left to right:  Dita, Lola, Katy, Blyss, Ginger, Sweet, Kiki, Tobey
Left to right:  Renee, Anaka, Jessika, Bijou, Paz, Lindsay, Evangeline, Barbie
Left is Elodie, right is Anastasia.  I also picked up the Color Lock system, because I've always had trouble with the durability of my Zoya manicures, plus I usually have tip pulling no matter what I try.
Now, when I bought this on Zoya's website, they had two versions up.  One for $48, and one for $40.  What was the difference?  The $40 kit included this:

A giant bottle of Remove.  I'm about to say something unpopular:  I don't like Remove.  The thing everyone else raves about, the smell?  I can't stand it.  But for an eight dollar discount, I'll take the huge bottle.  And, I'll even give it a legitimate chance instead of dismissing it immediately because of the smell.

I think I'm going to put on Kiki tomorrow, and test out the Color Lock system.  Look for another post then.

Have a great weekend!

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Color Club - Magic Attraction

Here's one that has been in my stash for a while - Color Club Magic Attraction. I can't remember when I picked it up but it's one of the oldest Color Clubs I own - I've never seen Color Club for sale anywhere until I found online e-tailers. Since then I've seen it at one nail supply store, but that's it.

Magic Attraction is a holographic glitter. It's not a holo in the same way that China Glaze DV8 and OPI DS Glamour are - it's just got a ton of holo glitter in it, but it doesn't sparkle in any kind of pattern. It looks very "meh" inside under indirect light. Here it is next to a window on a mostly cloudy day.
See? Meh. Since I am working at home today I went outside to take a picture of this. It figures that it's been cloudless and sunny all week, but as soon as I go outside to take pictures, it's mostly cloudy today. Here it is in as much sun as I could find today.
Sparkly, but not spectacular, right? When I looked at the photos of this mani and got to this one I giggled like a little girl. This is inside under halogen light:
If I've done this right, you should be able to click on this one to embiggen it. Look at that sparkle and color! If the sun comes out for real today I'll go outside and take another photo. I'm going out to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington tonight so I'll at least take a photo with my phone and post it to Twitter, then move it here later (probably tomorrow). The breakdown:
Basecoat: CND Stickey (1 coat)
Color: Essie Loophole (1 coat, just to hide any bare spots)
Color: Color Club Magic Attraction (3 coats)
Topcoat: Seche Vite (2 THICK coats!)

Let's talk about application here. Magic Attraction is very pretty but it was a PAIN to apply! It's packed with glitter in a clear base, but even with as much glitter as there is, I still had some bare spots after two coats. I had to glop on the third coat in some places to get even coverage. Clean-up was a pain, too. You can forget the acetone/brush trick with this one - just be careful in application. And, the finish was super-bumpy - one coat of Seche wasn't enough and I had to do two to get it smooth. I don't have any tip pulling right now, but I will be extremely surprised if I don't have any later. I'm OK with that though, because I usually file my nails on Fridays, so it won't be that obvious. I'm kind of dreading removal, but I'm not - because I know I'm probably going to pick it off, like I usually do. I really wish I could stop doing this. It can't be good for my nails long-term.

Have a great weekend, everyone - I'm going to try to fit in a comparison of Color Club Warhol and China Glaze Pool Party before my regular mani.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Misa - Hot People Like You

Tonight's NOTD is Misa's Hot People Like You. The name of this has bugged me for a while - does it mean you are a "Hot People", or does it mean Hot People think you're awesome?

Anyway, this is one of the first Misas I acquired. It was in the same Head 2 Toe haul as, oh, a ton of other colors. It's been in my stash for quite a while. This is a hot pink shimmer. I would stop just short of calling it a neon. It was also fairly sheer, which you can tell from looking at the bottle. Today while I was looking at Zoya swatches for the Exchange (Shush! I'm not technically buying it!) I came across Scrangie's swatch of this and remembered I had it in my stash. I searched for someone else's swatch, too, because somehow Scrangie's swatches NEVER show VNL. Here are three photos, all under halogen.
I notice in the photos that it looks a little more orange than it is in real life. This is definitely pink, not in the least coral or orange.
This next photo is under somewhat more indirect light. I was trying to capture the shimmer but don't think I succeeded very well.
Basecoat: Orly Ridgefiller (2 coats - I was trying to help the opacity)
Color: Misa Hot People Like You (4 coats)
Topcoat: Seche Vite (1 coat)

It isn't visible in the photos, but I still have some VNL going on. It's not too bad - I think you would only notice it if you were looking for it, but of course I'm always looking for it. This dried shiny but I always love how Seche gives it that extra shine, and I swear it seemed to kick up the color's intensity a little.

I'm sending in 18 old polishes for the Zoya exchange. I spent way too much time looking at swatches, and I already have a big ol backlog of Zoya in my untried pile. I think it is because last year I never looked at swatches and went straight off the swatches on zoya.com, so a lot of the polishes I got looked nothing like I pictured them. I'll post my haul when it arrives. I also ordered the Color Lock system, because it seems like I always have problems with Zoya polishes and tip pulling. I've tried wearing a regular top coat (like OPI) under Seche, and this helps a little, but isn't perfect.

Have a great rest of the week - I'll be back on Thursday with a new color and hopefully some sun pictures, since I'll be working at home.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

OPI - Jade is the New Black and Nfu Oh 55; Color Club Warhol

This is another layering mani to use up two untrieds at once. It actually turned out a LOT better than I expected, and I'll definitely wear this one again, but in the fall. It's not really a "summer" type color combo. OPI Jade is the New Black applied beautifully and the color is gorgeous. Here it is under halogen light:
This was three coats but if I had been careful it would have been a two-coater easily. Here it is with Nfu Oh 55 over the top, under halogen.
You can see that in the bottle that 55 is a green glitter with copper flakes. The base is either clear or very, very sheer green - Jade is the New Black is dark enough on its own that I can't really tell. Here it is next to a window on a sunny morning.
And here it is outside, in full sun.
Basecoat: OPI Ridge Filler (1 coat, could have gone with straight base coat, but I'm afraid this will stain)
Color: OPI Jade is the New Black (3 coats)
Color: Nfu Oh 55 (2 coats)
Topcoat: Seche Vite (1 coat)

I put this on last night. As of right now I only have the tiniest bit of tip wear, but my in-laws are coming over this afternoon, so I've been cleaning all morning.

My Rangers are home this week, starting on Tuesday. My tentative plan is to do a new mani and post on Monday night, and I will be working at home on Thursday, so I plan to do another Thursday. I already have my colors picked out, too.

On to Color Club Warhol.

I changed my pedi yesterday also. It is another one from the Poptastic collection - Warhol. This is a super bright, neon hot pink. I would say it is almost a creme but is just the slight bit jelly-ish. Indoors, the neon is not as obvious as it is outside. I only took outside pictures.

I had pulled out China Glaze Pool Party to wear on Monday, but as I was gathering my polishes I saw that it is almost identical to Warhol in the bottle. I will do a comparison swatch of these when I have time.

Have a great rest of the weekend!

Thursday, June 17, 2010


by reading Kellie Gonzo's post.

How many polishes do you have in your stash?
Just over 500.

Which brand do you own the most of?
I think it's still OPI, though China Glaze is very close

What colors do you own the most of?
Pinks and greens

Do you have a color/texture you do not own?
Waters. I don't like sheers but I still have a few.

What's the one polish you always pick up to lift your spirits?
OPI Red Hot Ayers Rock. It's probably the only one I intentionally have a dupe of.

What polish do you keep looking at and wondering why you haven't gotten rid of it yet?
Thanks to the Zoya Exchange, I think I don't have any in my "worn" stash. Probably some in my untried.

Franken any? or I'm nervous to try it?
Not really interested in it.

Do you franken for new/original polish ideas or franken for polish you won't be able to own?
If I did it would be for polish I can't get.

Go-to Base Coat?
CND Stickey

Go-to Top Coat?
Seche Vite

What's your sexiest polish?
Zoya Delilah, probably

Nail Design:

Stamping vs Free Hand?
I am terrible at nail art. Never tried Konad.

Bling me, baby? or No bling for me, please!
Bling if I could get it to work out the way I picture it.

I consider my nails basically nekkid if they don' t have some kind of design?

My favorite plate/tool/technique?

What I haven't tried and want to within the month?


The one elusive polish you want and can't seem to get?
Clarins 230, and Hidden Treasure, even though I own Nubar 2010 and Nfu-Oh 38.

What was the last nail related thing you bought?
I finally found Sally Hansen Wet Cement at a Walgreens while looking for Hidden Treasure. I picked that up and Rockstar Pink.

How many nail related hauls have you bought in the last 7 days (on-line/in-person)?
In the last 7 days? Oh, I forgot I ordered Scrangie and Chinoise. That plus Wet Cement and Rockstar Pink.

If you've ever been on a no-buy, how long did it last? Is that what you planned?
I've never tried a no-buy, but I'm on one as of yesterday. I'll make exceptions for the polishes already on my wish list, but no going out just to "look".

(and one question to grow on) Hobby? Addiction? Compulsion? Passing Fancy? Love?
Love. It never doesn't fit, never goes out of style.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

OPI - Fiercely Fiona and Orly - Live Wire

Here is the yellow combination I was going to wear earlier before I remembered I'd worn Sun Worshipper last week. Orly Live Wire is the older one in my stash - I've never work it because it's visibly sheer in the bottle. I was looking for another layer combo to use up some polish, and these seemed to go well.

OPI Fiercely Fiona is from this summer's Shrek collection. I'm very "meh" on it. The color looks almost straight yellow on me - I'm half-Mexican, and though I'm usually pretty pale, I have a tan right now. I am guessing it's the olive undertones in my skin. Here is Fiercely Fiona alone, under halogen:
This was three coats. The consistency was thin and runny - there is still quite a bit of VNL and it is streaky, streaky, streaky. This would take at least four but probably five coats to be opaque.

Orly Live Wire is a pretty, sparkly lemon yellow. As I said before, you can tell it's sheer in the bottle, and this is probably best as a layering polish. This is the finished mani, under halogen:

The shimmer is not very obvious here, but here is a photo taken with my phone, under incandescent light. This one shows off the sparkle, but is less color accurate:

The sheerness is still pretty visible in this photo but it's not nearly as streaky. Here is the total damage - are you ready for this?

Basecoat: OPI Ridge Filler (1 coat)
Color: OPI Fiercely Fiona (3 coats)
Color: Orly Live Wire (2 coats)
Topcoat: OPI Top Coat (1 coat)
Topcoat: Seche Vite (1 coat)

I went with a regular topcoat under Seche Vite because I wanted to avoid tip pulling. I haven't worn an OPI under an Orly before, so I'm not sure how it will react. I would never wear this many coats on a mani I planned to wear for more than two days or so. I know I'll be taking this off on Saturday, when I plan to change my pedi, so it's not a big deal.

Overall, this combination is really pretty and sparkly. It's bright but not neon yellow.

Have a great rest of the week!

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Zoya - Savita

Yeah, so I totally destroyed my Passion in the Pacific mani. I nudged one nail somehow, and the entire thing just peeled off. I wasn't about to re-do it at 9:30, so I slapped on Zoya Savita. Here's a crappy phone pic.

Basecoat: OPI Ridge Filler (1 coat)
Color: Zoya Savita (3 coats)

I always use a basecoat, even with mattes. I haven't found that significantly reduces the wear, maybe because my polish rarely lasts more than a couple of days anyway.

Savita is pretty. The consistency was pretty terrible - you can see a glop on my pinky finger that I wasn't able to get rid of in time. I got it fairly even. The color is nice - I will probably slap a coat of Seche on it tomorrow night or something. Meh.

China Glaze - Passion in the Pacific

Yep, decided not to wear the yellow combo I talked about last time. I think I'm going to change my polish again on Thursday since I'll have time - I'll wear it then.

China Glaze Passion in the Pacific is one of the oldest China Glazes I have in my untried stash. I really, really love both Turned up Turquoise and Custom Kicks, so every time I pick up Passion in the Pacific I mentally compare it to those two and think, "meh". I should have tried it sooner. Here are a variety of photos, all under halogen light, as it's too dark to go outside.

Basecoat: China Glaze Ridge Filler (1 coat)
Color: China Glaze Passion in the Pacific (4 coats)
Topcoat: Seche Vite (1 coat)

I probably could have gotten away with three coats if I had been more careful with application. The fourth coat was mostly to cover up streaks. Passion in the Pacific has a glowy shimmer I just could not capture with my camera. If I had sun, that might have helped. It reminds me a LOT of Frostbite - it has that same internal glow. The consistency of this polish was fairly thin, and I had a few problems with tiny bubbles, but again - I wasn't too neat in my application, and Seche Vite hides a lot of flaws.

I spent most of my day today trying to order my new iPhone. I started as soon as I got to the office at 7:30, and I finally got it ordered at 2:45 pm. What a beating. I can't imagine how AT&T/Apple weren't prepared for this. Anyway, by the time I left work I was in no mood for layered polish, so I went with this instead.

Have a great week!

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Nubar - Geisha Blaze and 2010 with bonus picspam

I've been trying to wear older stuff from the untried pile before wearing anything too new.  I've only placed two Nubar orders - one when the Going Green collection came out, and the recent one.  Geisha Blaze has been in my stash since my first order, so I decided to wear it today with 2010 on top.  I took photos of just Geisha Blaze.  This is a pretty hot pink shimmer.  It is slightly sheer and I think it would take about four or five coats to totally eliminate VNL.  I left it at three because I decided before I even started that I was going to put 2010 on top.  Here is Geisha Blaze alone, under halogen light:
Inside, next to a window on a sunny day:
and outside, in full sun:
The shimmer in Geisha Blaze is more apparent in the bottle than on the nail.  This is almost work-appropriate, if your workplace has rules about nail polish, but may be a little too bright.  Here it is with 2010 on top, under halogen light.
Next to a window on a sunny day.  This was the best photo I got that shows the flakes off.
And here it is, outside in full sun.

Basecoat:  Nubar Foundation (1 coat)
Color:  Nubar Geisha Blaze (3 coats)
Color:  Nubar 2010 (1 and a half coats)
Topcoat:  Nubar Diamont (1 coat)

I had no application issues.  The consistency was really smooth, and cleanup was super simple.

Now for some bonus picspam.  This is my untried stash.  I may start changing my mani more often when I have time, because I am making no headway at all in this pile.  My Helmer wouldn't be full if I could get my untrieds down to one drawer (yeah, right).  This is my China Glaze and Zoya drawer:
This is my "almost everything else" drawer.  I have a lot of Sinful but there is a good bit of OPI, Orly, Sally Hansen in here.
This is my "overflow".  There is a lot of Color Club and Nubar in here, but I also have all my minis in here too.
And a bonus pic of my nail wheel pile.

I already have my next NOTD picked out.  I actually picked it out for today and sat down with it, only to realize that it was yellow, and I wore Sun Worshipper at the end of last week.  So, I'll probably put it on Tuesday instead.  It's another layer combo of something I've had for a while and something I've gotten recently.

For summer, I really love a neon pink on the toes.  Unfortunately, this means that every time I pick out a color for my hands, I think, "I might want to wear this on my toes soon."  Ugh.  I'll be changing my pedi this upcoming weekend, and I think I'll post pics of it, too.

Have a great Monday!

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Comparison: Nina Summer Neon and Color Club Electro Candy

When I stopped in at Sally last week and picked up four of the Nina summer neons, it wasn't until I was swatching them on my nail wheels that I noticed they were very, very similar to the Electro Candy collection. Since I took off China Glaze Sun Worshipper last night (which, BTW, wore extremely well - no chipping or tip wear), I decided to swatch them and compare them today. All of these swatches are three coats of color, not including white basecoat where noted.

First up, Nina In The Spotlight and Color Club Volt of Light. In the Spotlight does not have the blue shimmer Volt of Light does. It has a pale gold shimmer instead. Here it is inside, under halogen light. I've used a base coat of Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Whirlwind White on my index and middle fingers.

Both of these would really require a white basecoat unless you're into VNL, which I am not. I have In the Spotlight on my index and ring finger, and Volt of Light on my middle finger and pinky. Here they are beside a window on a sunny day.
In the Spotlight definitely leans a lot more towards the lemon yellow than Volt of Light does. In the bottle they are almost identical aside from the shimmer. Both of these would require topcoat to make them glossy. Here they are in the sun.
Unless you collect neon yellows, you probably don't need both of these in your collection. Next up is Nina Say Cheese and Color Club Tangerine Scream. These aren't really that close, but Tangerine Scream is the closest CC I have to Say Cheese. Here they are inside, under halogen light:
White basecoat on my index and middle fingers. Index finger and ring finger are Nina Say Cheese, middle finger and pinky are Tangerine Scream. Both of these have the Electro Candy blue/green shimmer to them. I would classify Say Cheese as more of a hot coral, and Tangerine Scream is definitely orange. Here they are inside, next to a window on a sunny day.
Coverage was pretty good for this set. It would probably require four coats to eliminate VNL, but it's nowhere near as sheer as the yellows. Here they are outside.

These are different enough that you can justify having both in your collection. Next up are the pinks - Nina Bubble Gums (gross name, ew) and Color Club Electro Candy. Bubble Gums does not have the blue shimmer. Its shimmer is a hot pink. These are similar in the bottle, but Bubble Gums leans a little warmer. Here they are inside, under halogen light:
White basecoat on my index and middle fingers. Index and ring fingers are Nina Bubble Gums, middle finger and pinky are Color Club Electro Candy. Inside, next to a window on a sunny day:

Bubble Gums is definitely more of a hot pink, and Electro Candy is a Barbie pink. Here they are outside.
Without a white basecoat you will have a little bit of VNL, but a fourth coat probably eliminates it altogether. As with the previous two, these are probably different enough to justify having both.

I've saved my favorite for last. I was a little disappointed by Color Club Ultra Violet - I was hoping for a more vibrant purple. I felt it was a little too "safe" for a neon collection, even with the awesome blue/green shimmer. Nina Grin and Berry It is everything I was hoping Ultra Violet would be. It is stunning. Here they are inside, under halogen light:

White basecoat on my index and middle fingers. Nina Grin and Berry It on my index and ring fingers, Color Club Ultra Violet on my middle finger and pinky finger. Even in the bottle you can tell Grin and Berry It is more vibrant. Here they are inside, next to a window on a sunny day.

And outside, in the sun:
I loved Grin and Berry It so much I put a coat of Seche over it and took more photos:

This is the first time I've photographed a purple, so I didn't really understand what you all mean when you say the camera doesn't capture it well. Now I do. This is much more vibrant in person. If you were disappointed at all by Ultra Violet, you will definitely want to pick up Grin and Berry It.

Something interesting I noticed while I was swatching these was that aside from Volt of Light, none of the Color Clubs needed a topcoat. I would have used one anyway if I was wearing them as a full mani. I also own the Vivid topcoat that came with the Electro Candy collection, but I didn't use it for any of the swatches.

Nina Ultra Pro is readily available at Sally Beauty Supply. I found these in an endcap display next to the other nail supplies.

Tomorrow I will have a NOTD to post. At least, I will once I decide what to wear. Have a great weekend!