Happy weekend, Kitschies! I hope you're busy doing things that make you happy and you have nothing but blue skies ahead. Here in the Kitschy household, I'm keeping down the fort while the hubs is on a camping trip. On today's agenda? I hope to get some cleaning done and I need to run a few errands - tomorrow is Father's Day and ideally, I'd like to get out while the hubs isn't home but that's not really looking like it's going to happen.
So...in the meantime, I have a mani to share with you. I haven't a clue when I did this mani - you all know how seriously behind I am in posting.
This is 2-3 coats of a powder blue creme from Color Club (Blue Light, maybe? It probably came in a set - those don't usually names on the bottles). As with most pastels, application was horrible. You can see drag marks on my index and ring fingers. With a dotting tool, I started with SH Thinking of Blue (navy), then combined it with white to make the cornflower blue dots. I finished off the gradient dots with SH White On.
All in all, I was happy with this mani. I have a question, though...how hard is it to make a pastel without it being super streaky and a pain in the butt to apply?? Do you have any tricks when it comes to applying pastel polish? I'd really love to hear them.
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