Hey everyone! (Since this is my first post, I feel slightly weird writing that when I know it’s just me at the current moment. However, I am hoping that someday I will have people who will be reading this, so that makes me feel somewhat better)
This blog is something that I’ve been considering doing for awhile now. For the past few months, I have been reading nail polish blogs regularly and have wanted to start my own, but just never pursued it. Currently, I have 74 nail polishes. I usually do my nails every day, and have lately found myself taking pictures of my nails to either send to my sister, who I recently got into nail polish, or to just save to look at for fun. About a week ago, I was out with my mom and she suggested that I should find some sort of creative outlet, such as writing a blog. So, I am now finally committing myself to this, and am hoping all goes well!
Today, I’m going to jump right into swatching some of my collection, and will be showing you three Sally Hansen Maximum Growth polishes. I did a little bit of research before doing this and tried to find some shades that I have that haven’t been swatched a billion times already in other nail polish blogs, so I hope that this is helpful.
The first swatch I have is Faith. Faith is a dark pink color that has a slight shade of red to it. It that looks just a little bit darker in person than it does in the picture. The formula for this one is great! I used 2 coats.
The next shade is Caring Clay. To be honest, I’m not that crazy about this one. It is a light pink, brown-y color with a small amount of shimmer. The formula is very watery and streaky and was hard to work with. I used 2 coats for this one. Maybe if I would have used 3 it would have looked better? I don’t know.
Last is Sacred Scarlet. This is just a nice cherry red color. I have no complaints about this one. It’s a nice basic shade that I could wear whenever.
Well I guess that's it for now. I'm super excited for this blog, so I really hope someone reads it! I guess I will find out in time.