On the fourth day, I was ready for a change, but before I took Fig off, I tried stamping over it with Sally Hansen Chrome Nail Makeup in Ruby Chrome (which even though it's been long discontinued, I bought in a drugstore earlier this year) and one of the designs from Konad plate M21. You can see the tipwear on Fig wasn't too bad for four days of typing, and I only got a couple small chips on my non-photo hand (probably from distractedly using my nails to scrape off price stickers or something). I had some trouble getting the flower petals to transfer completely, and I still need to work on my centering skills, but I'm pretty happy with how it looks anyway.
I also completed a couple of swaps with other bloggers recently. Smita of My Nailz got me some American Apparel polishes, which I appreciated since there aren't any AA stores along my usual polish hunting routes, and I've heard some bad stories about their packaging from people who've ordered online. She also sent some pretty shimmery red violet polishes (and some candy, which I ended up digging into before I got around to taking these photos, so rather than include ripped open wrappers, I just posed the polish bottles).
Halifax of Sparkled Beauty sent Del Sol polishes, which change colors in the sun; I've got some old sun-activiated ones but haven't ever tried Del Sol so am looking forward to that. She also sent a Canadian exclusive Sally Hansen from the square bottle Salon days, the lovely Purple Heart.