How are you doing today? I hope you are doing better than I am - I have migraine and my meds are not working *sigh* so I thought I'd post a sunny polish to cheer me up :)
China Glaze Lemon Fizz, three coats with one coat of Nubar Diamont in daylight. Lemon Fizz is a pastel yellow creme that caused horrible bubbling on me - so I slapped on a coat of Diamont (Oh Diamont, how I love thee!) and the problem was solved. Lemon Fizz is part of the Up and Away collection for spring of 2010 and it truly looks like a spring color to me. Not entirely unique though! I will do a comparison somewhere in the future.
Application was alright. Pastels tend to be a little goopy and streaky, but all evened out in three coats. It did cause some horrible bubbling though, so I'll take points off for that! It took quite a while to let the coats dry so it got a little wrinkly because I thought it was dry, but it wasn't..
This is one of the mini's that came in the Up and Away mini pack that I bought at the wholesale store in Veldhoven a while ago. The mini's aren't really tiny (like OPI's 3.75ml bottles), these are 9,6ml so that's still bigger than let's say GOSH for example.
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