Is there a book that speaks to your soul? I am very lucky to have discovered so many works of art that have changed my life, my perspective and my way of seeing the word, and one of those is The Little Prince. I have adored this simple but extremely meaningful tale since we were tasked with reading it for my French class in high school. When I saw that the inspiration for Pahlish The Land Of Tears was indeed The Little Prince, I knew it had to be mine. Let me show you some swatches below.
Isn’t this gorgeous?! It’s such a complex polish, and I loved the look of it so much! The formula had a good consistency, but for whatever reason I kept flooding my cuticles! I had to go a little easy on the amount of polish I got on my brush and that helped a lot. For my swatches above, I applied two coats of polish and 1 coat of top coat.
I finally got to use my Lantern & Wren stamper and all I have to say is WOW! It is an amazing stamper and I can’t wait to do my full review on it. I also used some new stamping polish that I will be talking about next week as well. I was very happy with how everything turned out.
So here is where I break your heart: this polish is no longer available. Because it is a polish for Polish Pick Up, it’s only available for a limited time each month. I hadn’t been paying too much attention to PPU in the past because I was on such a strict low buy, but they have come out with such gorgeous products that I always save up some funds in case they have something I just can’t miss. April PPU is this Friday the 6th through April 9th so make sure that you check out their website. Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I will talk to you soon!
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