I wanted to title this "On Wednesdays We Wear Pink," but I'm a few days late for that. I actually wore this earlier this week and received many compliments on it. I don't typically wear pink.
Essie Off The Shoulder is my go to bubble gum pink. It's a bright, hot pink with cool undertones. It doesn't give me lobster hands, and I think it works well for all seasons. Bubble gum pink is timeless, right? The formula on this is perfect. I love Essie cremes. This one went on smoothly and was opaque in two coats.
As an accent, I added Lynnderella Ghost of a Chance to my thumb and ring finger. Ghost of a Chance is filled with translucent white and pastel glitters in a sheer and shimmery base with a sprinkling of rainbow glitter.
Ghost of a Chance was a little thick for my liking. I only used one coat for this look. It required a bit of dabbing to spread out the glitter. When I first applied the polish, the white squares were all on top of one another.
Ghost of a Chance is full of heart shaped glitter, but none of them came out during this application. I was okay with it since I don't particularly care for them.
I used one coat of Gelous and one coat of Seche Vite over the glitter; I skipped the Gelous over the pink. I'm not sure if anyone else has this problem, but I always get tiny little bubbles with thick glitters. Does anyone else have this problem? They're noticeable in the picture below.
Any tips on how to stop the bubbles from forming?