I am normally a fan of bright polishes or dark vampy ones. Give me a vivid blue or a creamy red any day! I tend to stay away from petal pinks because I find them too sheer and just too girly. Will I Think In Pink convert me? Let’s find out!
I think it did! This polish was released for Breast Cancer Awareness and a part of the price of $8.50 went to cancer research. I like that it isn’t a sheer french manicure pink, but that it has a tone of bubblegum to it.
The formula on this is strictly cream, not too thick and easy to distribute on the nail. I used three thin coats to build up to the opacity I liked, but you could easily use more or less.
The nail line is still visible, but I like that look with the slightly deeper pink hue. It looks classy but doesn’t wash my hands out too much. This lasted 5 days with minor tip wear.
Final Thoughts: A pretty twist on the too-sheer pink nail polishes out there, and can still be found in multiple sets and alone at Ulta.
Staying Power: 9/10
Total: 47/50 = A = Happy Panda!
Do you love or hate pink polishes? Do you have a favorite?