Finger Paints - A Heart for Art
How is everyone's week treating them so far? Mine has been a little hectic. Not only did I go back to work for summer school but I decided that I'd try to squeeze in 2 family vacations in 8 days. One heading south for the weekend with friends, and the other headed way up north for the week with family. So I've been busy packing, figuring out menus, and racing to get laundry done. By the time Friday rolls around I'm going to need these vacations! I decided that since I've got so much going on and 4 blog posts to write before I leave that I'd keep them short and simple, maybe try to keep a little sanity. With that in mind today I'll be sharing with you an older polish from Finger Paints; A Heart for Art.
Released in 2011 I picked A Heart for Art up from the clearance rack at Sally's around 2 years ago. Sadly I'm not sure what collection it was a part of and my searches online have come up with nothing so I'm assuming it was part of their core line. But if someone else knows the answer please let me know in the comments.
A Heart for Art is a pale blush color with subtle shimmer. Depending on the lighting it can lean more pink or purple. Perfect for when you want something ultra feminine on your tips. All photos are shown as 2 coats plus top coat.
I found that I had great coverage during application. Which was very impressive since this bottle has been sitting unloved and separating in my helmer for 2 years! As you can see like 99% of frost finish nail polishes there are some brush strokes. But they weren't quite as noticeable as my photos show, as you will see in my macro shot below. Just like the color the visibility of the brush strokes depended on lighting and the angle of my nails.
I wasn't too sure about this color when I first put it on, but it quickly grew on me. I've been wearing some unseasonable dark colors lately so I found this refreshing and just what I needed for summer. Well, that's all I've got for today, I'm off to keep getting ready for vacation. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing!
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