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China Glaze Go Go Pink

Pink…I used to hate it, but over the past couple of years I’ve really warmed up to it. However, I’m not a fan of really girly pinks like soft baby pinks and sheer pinks. For some strange reason I recently had a desire to purchase exactly the type of pink I do not like (maybe it has to do with spring and all the pastel shades coming out). Yesterday I went to Sally’s to get a new Seche top coat, when I came upon a clearance Susan G Komen set with China Glaze Go Go Pink and a Seche top coat. I figured why not since the price of both was less than a single bottle of Seche anyways. Sooo I bought my super girly pink with my Seche (Plus some other stuff too of course!).

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink is my exact definition of a girly pink. It’s a very soft pink, the exact pink I would picture a newborn baby girl wrapped in. Go Go Pink isn’t sheer, but the application was very streaky and it took me up to 4 coats to get it completely opaque and rid of any streaks. I’m not used to wearing such a soft pink so I had to add something to my mani. I love gray tones, so I dotted Zoya Megan on the sides of each nail.

 

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

China Glaze Go Go Pink

I wanted to add some white dots as well, but my boyfriend objected. Since he saw the positive reaction to his suggestion of using gold for my gradient on my previous Riveting post he apparently knows best when it comes to nail polish now. I still think the addition of white dots with the gray would have looked nice as well…I’m just saying :P

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