It seems like you can't go even one full day without hearing about the Kardashian family. I don't get it, to be honest; they seem like yet another family that's famous simply for being famous. I mean, I think they're gorgeous, and they have to have some idea about what they're doing in order to create such a huge fanbase, but they don't do a lot for me. And I'm someone who admittedly watches a lot of crap tv.
Today, I have thirteen of the fourteen Kardashian Kolors (I HATE when people change "C" to "K" to make it all cutesy. At work we used to have cubbies labeled "The Kids' Korner," and I was always sitting there thinking, shouldn't we be teaching them how to spell correctly? Or would that be "korrectly?") to show you--I must not have packed Disco Dolls when I came home for a few days, because I can't find it anywhere. As soon as I do, I'll swatch it, though. Sorry about that! Now, let's see what the Kardashian clan created, shall we? (Or would that be "Kardashian klan kreated?" Okay, okay. I'll stop now.)
Oh, and I apologize for my nails and skin looking so atrocious. The winter is really taking a toll on me. That's why one of my New Year's Beauty Resolutions is to take better care of my skin and nails. I must moisturize! Moving on.
OPI Rainbow Connection, but I think Rainbow in the S-Kylie is more opaque. I will compare the two soon, though. Still, Lippmann Collection Happy Birthday is always gonna be THE rainbow glitter of rainbow glitters.
China Glaze Frosty from last year's holiday collection, which I also drooled over on the regular. I'll compare them later as well.
Like I said, I can't find Disco Dolls at the moment, but as soon as I do I'll review it. As for my thoughts on the collection, there are some very good polishes out there: It's All About the Glam, Kendall on the Katwalk, and Kim-pletely in Love are the ones that do it for me. But, with a wide variety in the polishes, I think everyone will be able to find at least one polish that she likes. That being said, there are a bunch of polishes that we've see dozens of times over. Was it necessary to make them again and slap the Kardashian name onto them? Nah, probably not. Some of the names of the polishes are just terrible. Follow Me on Glitter? Listen to your Momager? And no one stood up to say, huh? What does that even mean? It's like when you watch a terrible movie, and you sit there and go, how many people had to give this the okay before it was put into production? And not one person said, hey, this is crap? But I can live with the moronic names if the polishes are decent, and most of them are.
Regardless of how you feel about the Kardashians, the collection is decent. It's just like the Justin Beiber Collections I and II--it doesn't matter who the inspiration is, as long as the colors come out nicely. I happen to like Justin Beiber, by the way... Anyway, I wonder if this is the only collection we'll see from the Kardashians or if there will be more?
What do YOU guys think? What colors do you have to have? Does how you feel about the Kardashians impact at all how you see these polishes? Thanks for reading--let us know which polishes caught your eye, and if you'd like to see any comparisons done!
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