It's quite similar to Kiko (which you've probably heard of before): it's from Italy, it doesn't test on animals and it provides affordable make up and nail polish.
They've recently rebranded their name (see HERE) from Wjcon to Wycon, so some polish bottles may still have the old name.
A new store opened near my workplace but I was and still am on a no-buy policy, so I bought nothing.
Luckily I have a Bf who can read my mind and surprise me with perfect gifts :)
This beauty was in the gift box he offered me.
It's Wycon No.701 and it's a lovely shade of blue that looks perfect on me (total modesty, I know, but a girl must acknowledge BF's good taste and eye for the thing :)).
You're looking at two coats with no top-coat on.
This one applies smoothly and evens out beautifully on its own. It does not flood cuticles, which is lovely and perfect, and even better it does not stain your nail (some shades of blue can be a real pain).
I paired it with some stamping nail art, using BP-L018, a new stamping plate I got for review from BornPrettyStore.com.
You can get it HERE
Russian Doll Sweater Pattern Nail Art Plate
his item retails for $3.99, with FREE International shipping.
Also, you can use coupon code SGBQ10 at checkout for 10% off.
It's a plate with the cutest and most adorable sweater patterns. I know I'm ahead on the season, but seriously, can you resist these? :)
I must say though, that you'll need some getting used to when it comes to getting the design on the stamper.
I had to give it severals tries before managing - you'll have to apply very light, gentle pressure to get the image on the stamper or it won't work at all.
To match the gorgeous elegant polish, I chose two different patterns and applied a nice gold stud to make it all stand out together.
What do you think of the whole look? And how about this gorgeous blue polish? Blessed be boyfriends, hey?
What was the best nail polish gift you've ever received? I wanna know! :)
Hugs & Kissies,