usually almost never into cremes. However, for some reason, this grouping of colors was calling my name… softly. But I heard them! They initially struck me as somewhat pastel. That is, until I put them on. Boy they were bright. Bright enough to signal boats at sea… from Nebraska. So I figure if pastels and fluorescent polishes did the dirty and created baby polishes, this is what they’d look like.
Of course, as with all the newer collections, these weren’t named. So it was up to my dear daughter (remember, the one that is 24) and I to come up with nifty names for them. This is becoming almost as much fun as the swatching. We wanted the theme to be happy. We immediately veered to cartoons. After sifting through several of them, we decided we couldn’t center on just one series. So then we started thinking about characters. Eventually, being the girly girls we are (with attitude, mind you), we decided to name them after….. well, you’ll figure it out!
These were for the most part, 3 coaters. I experienced alot of bald spots if I didn’t allow the layers to semidry – including the basecoat. As with alot of Icing polishes, a top coat is definately needed.
If this teal to the left looks familiar, you have the memory of a steel trap. It’s the same teal that was in the “Which One Doesn’t Belong” collection. I’m a tad surprised at how often this is starting to happen with Icing collections. Hopefully they won’t make a habit of this. On top of the lack o’ names, it could become quite aggrevating.