Tic Tac Polishes and bees

Since the last two Tic Tac polishes I had to post were black and yellow, I wanted to share a some links with you guys. A couple of our friends posted this link on facebook today. It's an article about the continued problem of dying bees. Here's another link from a website called Learn 2 Grow. It's about Sedum plants. If you can, plant some in your garden. We need bees!
Sorry I didn't have a bee manicure to post. I'll try do one one in honor of spring and post it soon.

This picture comes from the creative commons section of flickr and belongs to Brenda.

Tic Tac black. I've never worn black nail polish as a manicure, but I wanted one around to use in nail art. I never would have spent $5 or more on a black polish, so at just $1 this works just fine for me. It took 2 coats and the application didn't give me any problems.

The yellow however was awful. This is 5 coats and it probably could have used another. Typical yellow I guess. I'm gonna put it on our frankening pile. Looking at the pictures makes me want to wear yellow again. I like it a lot and it's perfect for spring.

Thanks for reading


  1. The yellow polish is stripped and fuzzy like the bee. :) Cute post!

  2. HI great blog! do you know where i could get the tic tac polish from? like which store or what supplier? thank you for any information i love their colors! :)

  3. where do you get the tic tac polishes from?

  4. A Nail supply store in Tulsa. I've never been able to find any information about them online. I have a few for sale in my ongoing blogsale at https://sites.google.com/site/medusasthreads/


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