Digital

Polish Project #22

by Jamie Sanford on August 31, 2012

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90. Revlon Supernova
91. Milani Digital
92. Orly Cabana Boy
93. OPI Pink Flamenco

Listed as seen above. Pink party!

Index – Milani Digital. Middle – OPI Pink Flamenco. Ring – OPI Pink Flamenco with topcoat of Milani Digital. Pinkie – Orly Cabana Boy with topcoat of Revlon Supernova. (Cabana Boy without Supernova  is on my thumb, which you cannot see.)

I saw Supernova in the store and was SO EXCITED because these Revlon Moon Candy things were BOGO and this looks like flakies so I was really into it.

Then it decided to apply like this, which was really sad. Especially since the best flakie I’ve ever had (Zoya Maisie) is really ridiculously good (looking).

I also photographed the thumb separately to show what was happening with the Orly Cabana Boy. Ignore the part where I can’t paint anywhere close to the cuticle and focus on the VNL that was still there after many many coats.

Thoughts: Milani Digital and OPI Pink Flamenco both rock my world. They have great application and are beautiful. Orly Cabana Boy is a random mini and I’m not into jelly polishes that are never opaque. I have to test the polish on the other side from Supernova but I don’t think I’ll be putting that on my nails again.
Verdict: Orly Cabana Boy goes into the share pile for anyone into that. Everyone else stays – Milani and OPI for good, the Revlon for more testing.

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USB Desktop Digital Photo Frame

by Jamie Sanford on September 1, 2010

Today’s item is a cute digital frame to plug into your computer!


A very cute, 3.5-inch digital frame that can subtly feature some favorite photos.

The Portable 3.5″ USB Digital Photo Frame is a versatile inexpensive frame that wants to be your friend. It’s powered by a built in rechargeable battery, but is perfectly happy to sit and sip power from the USB port on your laptop. It has a headphone jack and can play MP3 files in a pinch… and supports standard SD cards. The bright hi-res screen has good contrast with a nice viewing angle. Since it’s light and needs no cords the Portable 3.5″ USB Digital Photo Frame is perfect for sticking up on memo boards or refrigerators (double sided foam tape not included). It just wants to show you your photos and make you happy.

Love that it plays songs too! The mini digital frame is available for $39.99 from ThinkGeek.

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