I have yet another F4 Polish to show you today: Pink Salmon!
Firstly, no these nails are not my own; they belong to my sister. You see, yesterday my mom and I decided on a whim to drive to Seattle to see Pacific Northwest Ballet's Season Encore (which was phenomenal) and the occasion called for a dress that just so happened to perfectly match my Mint Chocolate Chip nails, so of course I had to leave it on. Therefore, my sister agreed to let me use her nails to show you this beautiful polish. I couldn't decide whether to put it over pink or orange, so I did a gradient to use both, and love the result!
Pink Salmon is a mix of white and pink matte micro-glitter with very small pink hex glitter. For this gradient I started with one coat of Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear White On, followed by one thick coat of Essie Action, and then sponged Essie Super Bossa Nova on the tips. Put on one easy coat of Pink Salmon and one coat of Seche Vite, and you're done! Formula on this one was absolutely perfect, the glitter behaved very well, spread itself nicely, and wasn't gritty at all.
The following picture is the result of my sister's statement: "Maybe if I put my hand like this, it'll look like an elevator!" Hmm... no. But she'll be upset with me if I don't post it, so here it is.
(Aine: You know I love you.)
I forgot to take a picture with her holding the bottle (she ran off to her friend's house right after) so I took one with my still-green nails. After this I only have one more F4 Polish to show you, but on my trip to Seattle yesterday I picked up 5 new bottles, including my first Deborah Lippmann! Needless to say, I was very outwardly excited... I just might have been on the receiving end of numerous sidelong glances.
Just a quick note: as I'm coming up on the end of the school year I'm very busy with finishing up my courses and studying for provincial exams, so I'm sorry if posting is a bit sporadic over the next 2 weeks. I'll try to get the last F4 review up in the next couple of days, but beyond that I can't guarantee much until I'm done my exams.
What do you think of the new look? Let me know! Oh, and this was my 20th post; yay! :)
You can buy F4 Polish at their Etsy shop, and like their Facebook page for updates! Their polishes sell for $8USD per full-sized bottle, and are well-worth it!
Disclaimer: products in this post were sent to me for review and my honest opinion.