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This is the first time I’ve used this polish: Orly Gumdrop. It’s a creamy, thick formula and opaque in just one coat. It was released in Spring of 2010. The color can be described as Tiffany blue-mint green or a dark aRobin’s egg blue color… or maybe a light turquoise. Regardless, I happen to adore it. It’s perfect for spring and pairs well with many other colors and looks great on many skintones.
I wasn’t sure what to do on my nails today. Last night I spent hours trying to do a “Cherry Blossom” look on my nails for a new nail art challenge I’ve never participated in; #NailArtChallengeApril. I tried three different techniques and it was all a disaster. I ended up giving up around one in the morning and going to bed with naked nails. There is something about freehand nail art I just cannot conquer. Maybe it’s my tools, maybe it’s my technique but it always ends up looking like something a preschooler might have drawn. Very frustrating.
So, after last night, I decided to go with a color I loved and keep it really simple. #ClaireStelle8 was doing a nail art challenge too.
So, this morning I dug through all my plates and found just one pattern with a spiral in it. That pattern, (on plate 37 from the Pueen Love set) and this delicious color Gumdrop were what I settled on. As usual, the glitter top coat isn’t coming through particularly well on the photographs at all – even in the sunshine. But it’s still pretty. And it still fits the ticket for the challenge prompt.
So, there you go! My springtime spirals manicure. What color do you think makes for the perfect springtime nails?