For my last polish change I decided to do something simple and sparkly. I love so many colors, bu my favorites are a mix of neutrals and pastels. This was more of a glittery pink color that just seemed to mesh with my current mood. 🙂
I get my nails done at a salon called Envy Nails where my nail technician Calvin, really works hard at making my claws looks good! Shout out to him!
Pink, a delicate color that means sweet, nice, playful, cute, romantic, charming, feminine, and tenderness, is associated with bubble gum, flowers, babies, little girls, cotton candy, and sweetness. The color pink is the color of universal love of oneself and of others.
The color pink represents caring, compassion and love. It stands for unconditional love and understanding, and is associated with giving and receiving care. Since pink is a combination of red and white, both colors add a little to its characteristics. It gets the lust for action from the red color, and the white color gives it an opportunity to achieve success and insight. Passion and power from the color red, softened with the purity and openness of the white color.
This pink polish isn’t your typical nail polish though. This one is a gel polish from a brand called Gelish!
This gel polish goes on smooth, dries under an LED nail lamp within just a minute. Once it dries, it’s basically hard as nails and won’t wipe off. I LOVE IT!
– Soak-Off Gel Polish
Gelish® Soak-Off Gel Polish applies like polish and cures in a LED lamp in 30 seconds, or 2 minutes in traditional UV lamps. Gelish stays on nails for up to 3 weeks with no chipping or peeling, and soaks completely off in only 10 – 15 minutes.
If you’d like to see this polish in action, check out this video:
The specific color I used here is: June Bride #01353
The Huffington Post says:
If you are into pretty pastels, you are…
“Soft colors like pale pinks, creamy beiges and even variations of bright colors, like a soft yellow or coral can definitely add to a relaxed state.”
So…I guess I was super relaxed when I got these! LOL
Thanks for reading!