Up Close & Personal

O&A w/ Indie Polish Makers

Up Close and Personal with David and Sonja Abshire of Parrot Polish

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David and Sonja Abshire
Lake Wales ,Florida
His: July 23, Her: June 6

What’s your favorite drink?

His: Diet Coke Her: Sweet Tea

Secret guilty pleasure?

His: Reese’s Butter Cups Her: Nips (A candy)

Favorite genre of music?

The 70’s and its the only group we can agree on.

Hidden talent? If so, what is it? If not, what is one thing you wish you could do?

His: Creative ability to make polish Her: wishes she was more creative.

Describe yourself in 5 words

His: Energy, Focus, Workaholic, Family, Big Heart Her: Nice, Caring, Shy, Family, Laid Back.

What are your top 3 favorite things to do? (Outside of making polish and filling orders…lol)

Family Time, Sports and Exercise. Both of us. Things we do together.

When and why did you decide to start a nail polish line?

It started as way to make some side money to pay for Sonja’s polish habit. It soon became a real business that needed my help. Sonja found out that it was more fun to wear the polish, then to make and sell it. So I started playing and away we went. I had never made polish before and knew nothing about the business, but we learned and it’s my baby now. Sonja now makes all the soap which she enjoys and I handle the polish part.

What makes your brand different?

Parrot Polish was set up to help Bird Rescues in the State of Florida. We now help many things, mostly children and animals. Its always wonderful help those in need and the animals that can’t help themselves. We love our birds and dogs I hope to keep helping in the future.

What is one thing you’re willing to share that your customers would be surprised to know about you?

Hmmmm Maybe that I am not a Laid Back person. I often go crazy over tiny details and everything has to be perfect.

What advice/tips/best practices would you give someone wanting to start their own polish company?

Advice …. Testing and save your money! Test your polishes a lot! It is very costly to start a polish biz. Start slow and build a following, I went cannonball style and had issues when I first started.

Besides your own, what other brands do you own/wear?

Sonja wears many other makers polishes. Hardly ever does she wear Parrot Polish. She wears Vapid, Enchanted and F.U.N. Lacquer

What is one of you favorite collections or polishes you created?

Hmmmm… I would say “What Dreams are made of” the collection just launched this week. Others would Black Magic the Thermal and The Old Love Collection as Both were Game changers for Parrot Polish.

How did you come up with your company name and logo?

We love Parrots for their colors and personality. It all started with my grandmother moving in. She owned love birds that I grew to love. When she passed I got my own and I talk and work with them daily. Parrot Polish just seemed to be Happy and Colorful.

If you weren’t in the indie polish business, what’s another product you would have liked to create?

I would say Make up. We still may in the future but Parrot Polish and My other job keep me pretty busy. I picture glowing make up and thermal lipstick..lol

Any spoilers that you care to share about future collections, products, etc?

Spoilers ….. A new website is brewing and the New bottles are finally here. Its been a big year so far.

In 10 words or less, what would be your brand slogan?

Polish so Bright and Beautiful it will make you smile Everytime!

What do you love most about being an indie polish maker?

I would say My customers! I love the fan groups and the customers as they challenge me and keep me focused.

What other brand (just 1) would you like to collaborate with?

Hmmm…. I talk To a few makers but If I only had one I would say ILNP. Since Day one I have been a fan. I admire ladies that grow their company and have a family too! Its all so tough to Juggle. I also have never talked to her, but I’m sure someday I will.
 
What is your greatest accomplishment to date with your brand?

My greatest accomplishment would be the design of the entire brand. It was just a vision when you start and now its a trademarked brand sold worldwide. It takes a life of its own at times.

What is one challenge you’ve faced in business and how did you overcome it?

The biggest challenge to all of us is to create. The day you stop or get burnt out its like you step back a bit. We all know that the good brands endlessly sell and grow. I would say we all overcome that daily and push on, because if you don’t your done! 

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Up Close and Personal with Shawnta’ Joseph of Col’e Cosmetics 

img_20160818_012748 Name: Shawnta’ Joseph
Location: Deltona, Florida
Birthday: May 19th

Favorite subject in high school and why?
Science, because I love experimenting, I’m very creative and I’m good with my hands making different things.

If you were given a superpower, what would it be?
Healing Power

If your life were a reality tv show, what would the name of your show be?
The hardest working woman in America, Lol!

Favorite childhood memory?
Watching my mother sew/ make clothes

Describe yourself in 5 words
Loving, Caring, Ambitious, Outspoken, Intelligent

What are your top 3 favorite things to do? (Outside of making polish and filling orders…lol)
Spending time with my family and friends, Cook, and Reading

When and why did you decide to start a nail polish line?
I decided to add nail polish to my business because it was an needed necessity to my current business (Event Planning) at the time.

What is one thing you’re willing to share that your customers would be surprised to know about you?
My customers would be surprised to know about me is that I’m shy and I like to be behind the scenes.

What advice/tips/best practices would you give someone wanting to start their own polish company?
Research, Implement a business plan, and Find your target market

Besides your own, what other brands do you own/wear?
Opi nail polishes

How did you come up with your company name and logo?
My company name actually comes from my middle name which I changed around. My logo came from a vision I had of what I wanted my logo to be I’m a person who loves color and my graphic designer brought those colors to life in my logo design.

If you weren’t in the indie polish business, what’s another product you would have liked to create?
Besides the indie polish business I would love to have my own shoe line.

In 10 words or less, what would be your brand slogan?
Be Bold, Be Different, Be You

What do you love most about being an indie polish maker?
The process of creating and making my own colors

What is your greatest accomplishment to date with your brand?
How far we’ve come in 3 years (our anniversary is on May 14th) and how it allows me to continue to do what I love because we’re reaching new customers everyday.

What is one challenge you’ve faced in business and how did you overcome it?
One challenge I’ve had to face in business was getting out there and bringing ​awareness to my brand and being accepted as a real business owner/ entrepreneur. I over came it by working harder turning the No’s into Yes, beating on closed doors until they opened.

Favorite nail art technique?
The color changing technique

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Up Close and Personal with Courtne King of Little Black Dress Polish

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Name: Courtne King
Location: Odenton, Maryland
Birthday is July 22

Courtne, (without the ‘y’), is a local, to me, DMV gal with 2 sons, two female cats, and two male birds. The boys out number the girls, ‘but we’re smarter,’ she says. With her birthday on the cusp of Cancer and Leo and she has equal traits of both.

Favorite subject in high school and why?
I don’t recall having one, but high school is where I learned that science isn’t really my thing. I think for me it was Spanish.

If you were given a superpower, what would it be?
This is an easy one because my kids and I determined our powers because they’re in a superhero phase. I can telepathically push people to do and say what I want. That way my kids will be good obedient little robots. Because that’s what all parents really want.

If your life were a reality show, what would the name of your show be?
My reality show would be called Jack Of All Trades: What’s She Gonna Try Next. In each episode I’d talk about a job, subject, craft, or activity that I’ve obsessed over. That would run 5 or 6 seasons.

Favorite childhood memory?
Any time spent with my mom or dad.

Describe yourself in 5 words
crafty, humorous , over-stressed, creative, wise

What are you top 3 favorite things to do? (Outside of making polish and filling orders…lol)
My favorite things to do are spending time with my sons (getting rare now that they’re teens), read, and hang out with coworkers (I know, not very exciting).

When and why did you decide to start a nail polish line?
I’ve always wanted to do something “extra” with my life. Something beyond working everyday and raising a family. When my husband died a few years ago, his absence left a huge whole that I could fill with sorrow or with something positive and useful. I chose positive.

What makes your brand different?
My brand is geared towards women of all ages and all walks of life. I create unique neutrals for those who prefer a more subdued look, glitters for those who want a little sparkle, and a variety of creams, shimmers and other finishes to accessorize any woman, for any occasion.

What is one thing you’re willing to share that your customers would be surprised to know about you?
You might be surprised to know that I love making and selling polish, but I don’t paint other people’s nails. Friends ask and I decline. I feel like I’m just artistic enough to make designs on my own nails, but not anybody elses. I made one exception when my oldest sons girlfriend asked me to do her nails for prom. I couldn’t say no. She’s such a sweetie.

What advice/tips/best practices would you give someone wanting to start their own polish company?
For people who want to start their own polish business my suggestion is to do your research, and record all formulas even if they fail. You can learn a lot from a botched attempt.

Besides your own, what other brands do you own/wear?
I almost exclusively wear my own polish because I’m always in some phase of testing. As for other indies I have KB Shimmer, Literary Lacquers, Pretty Jelly and Digital Nails.

What is one of you favorite collections or polishes you created?
My favorite collection is my Back to Black collection because the inspiration came from my favorite recording artist Amy Winehouse.

If you weren’t in the indie polish business, what’s another product you would have liked to create?
If I weren’t making polish, I might have gone back to jewelry making or some form of it since I have all the tools. Lately I’ve considered making dangle charms for planners.

Any spoilers that you care to share about future collections, products, etc?
Spoiler alert: I’ve been working on a cuticle gel and cuticle oil for almost a year now. When I’m satisfied with my formula I’ll add them to my shop. I want to work on them this summer.

How did you come up with your company name and logo?
I used to make jewelry and I had an Etsy shop called Little Black Dress Accessories. When I decided to open my polish shop I came up with a long list of names. I had a hard time deciding on one so my coworker, now also my assistant, said, “why don’t you just use your old shop?” It worked, so I did. I came up with the logo because it was feminine and it fit the name of my shop.

In 10 words or less, what would be your brand slogan?
Little Black Dress…because every woman needs one

What do you love most about being an indie polish maker?
I have to express my creativity. I mean literally. I have to be learning a craft or making a craft. I have to have a project to work on. I think I might explode if I wasn’t creating something in some form or another. Making and selling polish fulfills all my creative needs. And I get to learn more about running a business.

What other brand (just 1) would you like to collaborate with?
I can only choose one?!? OK, after much deliberation I choose Pam Heil of Girly Bits Cosmetics…and Christy Rose of KB Shimmer. Ok, I cheated, sorry.

Favorite nail art technique?
My favorite nail art technique is stamping because it’s easy to do when you don’t have time to put a lot of work into a design. Second favorite is the ombre effect.

What is your greatest accomplishment to date with your brand?
My greatest accomplishment to date is surpassing my estimated income this quarter.

What is one challenge you’ve faced in business and how did you overcome it?
I don’t believe I’ve overcome any significant hurdle aside from getting the business up and running. There are several challenges coming up in the near future, but I’ll tackle each one as it comes.

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Up Close & Personal with Jennifer Dzoga-Rosario of Nevermind Polish

Name: Jennifer Dzoga-Rosario
Location: Chicago, IL
Birthday: August 29th

Who is your favorite superhero and why?
The Punisher – He’s badass like Batman but kills people.

If you were singing at Karaoke, what song would you be singing?
I don’t sing but if I had to pick, This Shit Will Fuck You Up – Combichrist

Top 3 favorite songs of the 90s?
*Beautiful People – Marilyn Manson
*Bullet with Butterfly Wings – Smashing Pumpkins
*Closer – Nine Inch Nails

Favorite childhood toy?
Probably no one will remember this toy and it’s totally going to date me but, when Vtech first started making kids toys they released a gaming system called Socrates. That was probably the source of my gaming addiction.

Describe yourself in 5 words
Introvert, sarcastic, passionate, bookish, fangirl

What are your top 3 favorite things to do? (Outside of making polish and filling orders…lol)
*I’m a huge nerdy, geek. I love anything to do with human biology & forensics.
*Gaming – I love me some Assassin’s Creed! And I’m currently obsesstual with Sims 4 and Minecraft.
*Creating things, not just nail polish but anything, I’m constantly staring a new art project.

What is one thing you’re willing to share that your customers would be surprised to know about you?
I used to want to be a forensic pathologist and perform autopsies but after I finished my bachelor’s I decided it wasn’t worth another 9 years of education.

How did you come up with your company name and logo?
It’s a name I came up with when I created a store in the game Second Life. I really like the abbreviation for Nevermind = NVM because the letters can flow into each other when written. I feel like it took forever to get my logo just right. I knew I wanted something gothy and messed around in photoshop until I created something I liked that also fit on a tiny polish bottle.

If you weren’t in the indie polish business, what’s another product you would have liked to create?
I love paper mache so probably that. I’ve created a couple of severed tentacles and a beholder for my hubby’s birthday that I’m really proud of but it’s a LONG process. You think drying times for nail polish are a pain, let me tell you…

Any spoilers that you care to share about future collections, products, etc?
Not really a spoiler at this point but I have a jelly collection coming out the end of April. And after that, if testing goes well there will be some multichrome, holo, flakie goodness coming.

What do you love most about being an indie polish maker?
Meeting other people that are so enthusiastic about nail polish. I launched at Polish Con Chicago and meeting everyone was the best part of that whole experience. 

What other brand (just 1) would you like to collaborate with?
That’s tough, there are two that immediately come to mind but I’ll have to go with Supernatural Lacquer. SPN family represent!

Favorite nail art technique?
Gradients, they are so quick and easy but look so elegant.

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Up Close & Personal with Lisette Valence-Jeffers of Inspurrrations Nail Polish

img_5489Name: Lisette Valence-Jeffers
Location: Lebanon, Oregon
Birthday: May 3

Who is your favorite superhero and why?
I’m going to go with Buffy the Vampire Slayer, not your traditional hero, but I like her attitude, how she doesn’t need a special outfit to ware to kick some butt, and all of her friends are there to help and support her.

If you were singing at Karaoke, what song would you be singing?
I love to sing but I’ve always been to nervous to sing solo. But if I had to do it probably anything by Madonna, before I started loosing my voice from steroid inhalers, I sounded kind of like her when singing.

Top 3 favorite songs of the 90s?
Anything from Depeche Mode, Erasure, New Order or The Cure. I was sort of a closet Goth after High School.

Favorite childhood toy?
My 3 Cabbage Patch Kids, Ingrid Dolores, Ramsey Skip and Inga Dorenna. I didn’t play house or school with them, my Cabbage Patch Kids were in a band with my friends Cabbage Patch Kid that lived down the street. They had instruments and everything that we made from other toys or household things we found. And the best part was I had a radio that recorded onto blank tapes, yes tapes I’m that old, and we would record us playing with the dolls and switching over to the radio and pretending the music on the radio was our Cabbage Patch band! I still have the tapes. LOL

Describe yourself in 5 words
Organized, sensitive, funny, guarded, and sarcastic. According to my husband my funny and sarcastic are the same thing.

What are your top 3 favorite things to do? (Outside of making polish and filling orders…lol)
I love to cook I’ve often thought about teaching cooking classes at my church. I’m noticing more and more young girls don’t know how to cook and go out to eat for all their meals. I’m also a big fan of TV/Movies, I rather have the TV on then listen to music. A lot of times when I post video on my Instagram I’ll say what’s on in the back ground because you can here it on the video. I also love costuming and sewing, I don’t get to do that much anymore because now all my free time is spent running my business. About 2 years ago my family and I went to Comic Con in Portland Oregon and I made steampunk Alice in Wonderland costumes for everyone, If you go to my Facebook page you can see the costumes there.

When and why did you decide to start a nail polish line?
In August of 2015 I knew my job was moving 2 hours North to Portland and I wasn’t sure when my last day was going to be. On a Friday I was looking on Pinterest at nail polish ideas and found a beautiful color, I clicked on the picture and it took me to someone’s Etsy page and she said that she made hand mixed nail polish. That absolutely blew my mind, I had no idea that was a thing and I had never even heard of “Indie polish” by that weekend I had researched, bought my first start up set of polish making stuff, and was super excited to dive into this world. On Monday I was told that would be my last week of work. After lots of praying and asking God and my husband and some friends what I should do, what I should name the company, how could I be different then every other brand, it literally came to me while I was driving home for the last time from my job. I already knew I wanted to have cats in it some how, I was listening to a Christion song on the radio and thought the name of the song would be a great polish name but I quickly realized that I could get into trouble with copy right laws for stealing someone’s name, but the song was named after a bible verse and I could use the verse as a name. That’s when I got the idea about finding verses that are inspired by the color. And then the name just came to me Inspurrrations! It had all of my favorite things inspiring bible verses, cats and nail polish, and as an added bonus I get to spread Gods word in a fun and nonthreatening way. I was on my way, I officially started my brand on September 15th 2015.

What makes your brand different?
The bible verse, I name each polish after a verse and I tie a tag onto the bottle with the verse on it as well. Most people don’t even realize that there is a bible verse and some people get super excited and search to see if there favorite verse is a color. I’ve had people tell me they save the tag to use as bookmarks in their bible or even tape them to their mirror so they can read it every morning while getting ready.

What is one thing you’re willing to share that your customers would be surprised to know about you?
When I was in my 20’s I was in a renaissance reenactment group called the SCA, that’s were my love for costuming and sewing came from. I also have a degree in Interior Design.

What advice/tips/best practices would you give someone wanting to start their own polish company?
1. Know what your getting into before you start. No matter what it is do a little bit of research. Two months after I started I did a GIANT show in Portland for Christmas, I’d never been to this show and up until this point had only sold at churches or other small venues in my area. This show killed me, both physically and mentally. Everything I had been doing, was not working here, at all, resulting in me losing tons of money. 2. Be open to change. The same event made me realize my display was to much to look at and people were confused by it so on day 3 of this 6 day event I packed up my display and just lay the polish on the table. I thought this was going to be a horrible idea but it turned out for the better I found a display that worked better and was easier for me to haul, set up and take down with out making a ton of trips to the car. 3. And know your worth. Calculate everything that goes into making a bottle of polish but especially your time. Don’t go into business not paying yourself for what you are doing, this is work, this is your job and your business you deserve to get paid for it.

Besides your own, what other brands do you own/wear?
Before my own I only wore Sinful Colors. I still sneak into Walgreens and take pictures and swatch some on a piece of paper so I can try to dupe it. LOL But right now I only ware my brand, you cant advertise to the check out lady, or a coworker if you have someone else on.

What is one of you favorite collections or polishes you created?
All of them have a little special story for me, but probably last summer when my parents came to visit, my mom and I stayed up late inventing colors then spent the next 3 days making, bottling and labeling. It was great having someone to help me but also having her around to talk to, and stay up late gossiping, like we did when I was younger and still living at home.

How did you come up with your company name and logo?
I wanted to use a cat and a bible because they reflected what I was about. I actually found the two pictures separately and combined them my self to design my own logo.

If you weren’t in the indie polish business, what’s another product you would have liked to create?
I had been considering sewing cat and dog toys to sell. Whether you love cats or dogs one thing is for sure, people are crazy for their pets and will spend money on them!

Any spoilers that you care to share about future collections, products, etc?
Yes! If it’s not already out when this gets published my mom has come up with a line of one of a kind nail polish bottle canvas art. She is using Inspurrrations nail polish to hand paint the pictures, they will be posted on my website to purchase and they can be personalize with your name, salon or nail account name.

In 10 words or less, what would be your brand slogan?
“The best little polish you aren’t buying!” At least for now, LOL. I got this from a magazine cover talking bout the show Gilmore Girls years ago, the article went on to say how great the show was but it’s popularity was moving slowly. I feel the same way about my polish, I have a lot of repeat customers and everyone of them tells me how much they love it, how fast it dries, and how chip resistant it is. I’ll get there one day, but for know my popularity is moving slowly. LOL

What do you love most about being an indie polish maker?
Getting to be a “mad scientist” in my kitchen, trying to figure things out especially when trying to dupe colors.

What other brand (just 1) would you like to collaborate with?
No one in particular. I would like to be a part of a combo with wax melts and bath bombs, we all come up with an idea that looks the same, for example blue and purple with glitter. So you can have a treat yourself day, melt the wax in your bathroom, drop in a bath bomb and paint your nails.

Favorite nail art technique?
I am master of none! I just paint my nails and add some sort of glitter topper over it. I would like to be able to stamp and I have several plates, but dang it, if I cant get that stupid stamper to pick up! 

What is your greatest accomplishment to date with your brand?
On St. Patrick’s Day this year, one of my nail polishes was featured in a manicure in Nail it! magazine. That was super exciting for me, I was bummed to find out while I was at work, no one there shared in my excitement, but my family did so that was great.

What is one challenge you’ve faced in business and how did you overcome it?
Living in a small farming community. Our post office is closed on Saturday, most people around here are farmers or gardeners and painting there nails isn’t something they do. So I’ve had to go to shows in much larger cities to get really good sales, and repeat business.

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Up Close & Personal with Julie Bennett of Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer

Name: Julie Bennett

Location: Decatur, Georgia

Birthday: August 27

Biggest pet peeve(s)?

Weirdly, when people take their time getting off on escalators xD I know, it’s a weird one, but it drives me bonkers!

Favorite meal of the day?

Dinner! Followed closely be breakfast. And then there’s always brinner – breakfast for dinner xD

What cartoon character best represents you?

Louise from Bob’s Burgers. At first glance, I look sweet and nice, but once you get to know me, I’m a bit cray xD

Heels or flats?

Depends on the outfit and what I’m doing for the day. I love a great pair of heels, but if I’m taking the train or walking a lot, then I go for the flats.

Jeans or Dress?

Jeans for sure!

If you were an animal, what would it be and why?

A cat because 1) they are adorbs, and 2) they don’t give a crap about what anyone else thinks or wants.

Live without your sense of smell or taste? Why?

Hmm, probably smell. I know what I’m going to be putting into my mouth (and hopefully the inability to smell wouldn’t affect my sense of taste), but being able to avoid the stinky smells of others would be worth not being able to smell.

Besides your own, what other brands do you own/wear?

I love to support my fellow makers, so I tend to wear a lot of indie polish. I don’t get a chance to wear a lot of other polishes, but when I do, I gravitate towards stuff from my friends like Monster Polish, Lit Lacquer Sweet Heart Polish, Ever After, and so many more.

Describe yourself in 5 words.

Hard working and anal retentive.

What is one of you favorite collections or polishes you created?

I’m actually really jazzed about this March’s We Saw the Stars Collection, which has been in the works for about a year. I also love the neons I did a few summers ago – the Leave the Sun Behind Me Collection.

What are your top 3 favorite things to do? (Outside of making polish and filling orders…lol)

I love beer, so doing beer tastings with friends is one of my top fave things. I also am an voracious reader – I read between two and three books a week. Some crappy free Kindle books as well as other not-so crappy books. Lastly would probably be to travel. I was never really able to travel a lot before the last few years, so being able to go to amazing places like France, England, and Italy has been amazing!

How did you come up with your company name and logo?

When I was younger, my dad called me his Blue-Eyed Girl, so that kind of stuck. I created a blog that was originally intended to be a stream of consciousness journal about things I wanted to do with my life called Wishes of a Blue-Eyed Girl. Before I actually put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard, as it were), it turned into a polish blog, which is now sadly defunct. When I decided to start my own brand, I had a bit of community recognition, so I thought it would be a good idea to incorporate the blog name into my brand name. The logo was originally created by a lovely lady in a maker group who created a logo with a flower over the i in girl. When I decided I wanted to make a business out of it, I knew I’d need to reformat the name to be a little easier to read, but I stuck with the flower idea. It has absolutely nothing to do with my brand name, but I don’t think I would want an eyeball on my bottles, lol.

Any spoilers that you care to share about future collections, products, etc?

I’m planning to do a girl power influenced collection this summer!

In 10 words or less, what would be your brand slogan?

Polish is my Siren Song –> mostly because 1) I feel like a lot of us are guided by the need to have polishes in our lives, and 2) I have a series of polishes that came out monthly for about two years called the Siren Series. So, mixing in the lore of Sirens as well as the fact that they are my signature series, I feel like that slogan fits pretty well. 🙂

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