1. British Racing Green Nail Lacquer
, Butter London // 2. Leggy Legend Nail Color
, Essie // 3. Chai Tea Latte Nail Polish,
Palate Polish // 4. Rainstorm Nail Polish
, Sinful Colors // 5. Frock N Roll Nail Color
, Essie // 6. Giada Nail Color
, Zoya // 7. It’s a Piazza Cake Nail Lacquer
, OPI // 8. Respect Nail Polish
, Deborah Lippmann // 9. Heirloom Nail Color
, Jin Soon // 10. Fall in Line Nail Color
, Essie // 11. Elephant Matte Nail Polish
, Urban Outfitters // 12. In the Lobby Nail Color
It’s been quite a while since Morgan, our Beauty Contributor Extraordinare, has written a post over here at Bubby and Bean. She’s a full time high school teacher who is involved in a whole lot of school activities, which makes her one busy lady. She has had so many great ideas to share here, but time has proven to continually slip away. So for today’s post, we found a solution that was actually a lot of fun – we teamed up to write it together. Morgan is a nail guru, so I asked her to give me her top polish recommendations for this fall/winter season, and I combined them with a few of my favorites. The results (and links to each product) can be found above. As you can see, we’re both Essie girls. Morgan also has a love affair with Sinful Colors (and their pricing), while I’m a big fan of eco-friendly brands like Zoya. I tend to gravitate toward more muted colors for the cooler seasons, while Morgan isn’t afraid of funkier shades that aren’t considered to be traditional autumn colors. After putting our heads (and hands; get it? get it?) together, these were the final 12 that made our top polish picks for fall 2015.
What are your favorite nail colors for this fall? Have you tried any of these specific polishes?
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For some British soldiers in WWII, the only reason they survived was due to the bravery and loyalty of a military dog named Judy. In 1945, Judy was awarded the United Kingdom’s Dickin Medal, which honors the wartime service of animals.
According to National Geographic, Judy, a purebred English pointer, began her career as somewhat of a mascot for a group of British soldiers aboard the H.M.S. Grasshopper.
When Japanese planes bombed the ship, the survivors swam to shore. Stranded without food and water, the desperate men were incredulous when Judy sniffed out a freshwater spring under the sand and dug deep to bring the drinkable water up to the surface.
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Flea products fail, or did you fail?
Dryden also likes Vectra 3D, a monthly spot on, which can potentially deter fleas and ticks from getting onto your pet in the first place, but kills them quickly if they do attach. Feel free to show this column to your veterinarian. It's exciting that …
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'Flea Across Florida' expected to draw crowds, provide economic boost
Commuters along U.S. Highway 90 can expect to see a lot of vendors along the roadway from Pensacola from Live Oak on the second weekend of September during 'Flea Across Florida.' Local business owners are expecting Santa RosaCounty to be well …
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Huge weekend in Hudson: Flea Market, Farmers Market and Art On The Green
Downtown Hudson will play host to the Hudson Flea and Hudson Farmers Market on Saturday and the Art On The Green festival on Saturday and Sunday. Stunning glass ornaments by Todd Abell of Abell Glass in Kent as seen at a previous year's show.
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While a local news station was out at a park reporting on the death of a bulldog from heat stroke the day before, they came across another dog who was very close to heat exhaustion, if not stroke. This is despite the warning signs at the park entrance.
Though you’d think people would get it by now, some people really don’t. To make matters worse, the reporter spent time talking to the ranger about the dog’s condition and showing them pouring water on him while neglecting to mention the number one thing they should have been doing: calling a veterinary ER. Once the clinical signs kick in, they can be very difficult to reverse without aggressive care and time is of the essence.
Once you’ve seen a dog die of heat stroke, you get really agro about this stuff. It’s horrible. You have my permission to lecture strangers if they’re doing something dangerous like walking their pug on a desert trail in 100 degree weather with no water. It happens every day. I hereby appoint you all members of the Heat Stroke Patrol. Feel free to share the infographic as you see fit.
Be safe out there.
Pawcurious: With Veterinarian and Author Dr. V
A pooch in Portofino, Italy. Couldn’t resist this boy and his dog outside his parents’ gallery in the port. The Jack Russell terrier is called Marquis.
Meet Sassy! This beautiful girl is living in Kellogg, Idaho, compliments of Shoshone Pet Rescue. Here’s what their website has to say about this young German Shepherd Dog & Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler) Mix: This sweet dog is good with other dogs, cats and kids. She has lots of energy and would do well […]
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I am going to be the first to admit that I am not the best housecleaner. (I can picture John nodding as he reads this…) Our work/writing schedule is crazy, spanning 10 hours a day, seven days a…
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CDC reports 11 cases of human plague since April
Purple-colored Yersinia pestis bacteria, the bacteria that causes the plague, seen on the spines of a flea. … Since April 1, there have been 11 cases of human plague in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday …
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What Every Pet Owner Should Know About Preventing Fleas and Ticks
To do this, speak with your veterinarian about safe flea-control products that you can administer to your pet year-round. Some products are administered once a month, but other products provide longer-lasting protection. Ask your vet about the best …
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