Hi Kids! I finally found a medium pink creme that looks good on me!
About a year ago I picked-up a set of 7 polishes packed in a round plastic box at Ross. I thought "Nail Polish" in Old English style lettering, foiled in purple, on the bottle was absolutely gorgeous. The colors weren't too shabby either. Aside from a quick swatch in the car, on the top of the plastic container they came in, these polishes sat in the furthest regions of my stash- destined to be untried...
Until last night, when I pulled out the pink, swatched it on my nail, and found that it looked great with my skin-tone. Not too bright, blue, chalky or creme-y, this polish is an almost jelly, and I love it!
I can't wait to go through my fauxnad and Konad plates for this one! I am almost tempted to go girly...imagine that!
I am also tempted to try to remove that perpetual hard spot located at the sidewall on my middle finger (your right) with wart remover. That hard spot has been with me *all* my life and nothing has been able to remove it. I am desperate!!!
Application was streaky, however, I managed to get an even first coat- which helps a lot with polishes that are not totally opaque. Second coat went on horribly streaky in gloopy vertical ridges, so I added thinner for the third coat. When I was finished, I took a good look at the brush and realized that my troubles came from the brush and not so much the formula. When I have time, I'm going to see if I can get one of the new Sally Hansen Complete Salon brushes to fit in this bottle.
The only other marking on these polishes are 2 small round stickers on the bottom of each bottle. All 7 bottles have the same batch # 1148. Does anyone know more about these polishes?
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