Sally Hansen Insta-dri in Peachy Breeze
Formula: a little thick. First coat streaked. Second coat applied fine.
**I used Out the Door topcoat for the first time. It's okay. I like Seche Vite better for 2 reasons:
- It dries all layers of polish quicker (no risk of any dents).
- It's shinier. It always leaves the appearance of gel.
Seche Vite might be a few bucks more, but it's worth it, in my opinion.
Can you guys tell I've been in a pink mood? Actually, that's not really even true. I've just been on this perpetual hunt for the perfect soft light pink/coral color.
++I finished season three of Scandal, and now I don't know what to do with my life. Maybe I'll actually finish the three books I'm in the middle of right now. But go ahead--throw some (Netflix) shows at me! (Actually, you can throw some amazon prime shows at me too--because I have the best gushfriend on the planet).
++ I'm in this weird in between busy and bored state now that the book is done. I certainly am not as busy as I was with the book--but there's just enough to do that I can't just sit on the couch all day--and that, for some reason, means I have zero motivation to do any of it. Why is it that when we're busy as crap, we get so much done. But when we have all the time in the world, nothing gets done?
++ I'm almost out of my Chi volumizing mousse that I got when I bought my Chi straightener (yeah, it's that old. Sue me). It does the job without leaving a seriously nasty residue in my hair (you can feel it's there, but it doesn't change the texture of my hair--if that makes any sense). But my hair certainly looks thicker (and the roots lift) when I use it. Do any of you have any drug store mousse recommendations?
++ I have gotten a lot (way more than I ever expected) of emails from people telling me they want to write a book and asking what the process was like. First of all, I'm seriously flattered. Secondly, I'll work up a post with the dirty details, but please know and understand that the process is different for everyone. What worked for me might not work for you. There isn't some standard formula anymore. I'll do my best to give whatever advice I can, though! (PS--If you haven't already, snag my book!)
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