Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Polish Pickup Fairs and Carnivals June 2022: Noodles Nail Polish

*press sample*


Hi everyone! I hope you had a great long weekend as we remembered those who lost their lives while serving our country. If you may remember, my husband was diagnosed with COVID a little over a week ago and he is doing better. Today is the last day he has to stay masked in the house, so I'll be very excited to finally eat dinner and sleep in the same bed as him! I am at a high risk for long COVID, so he has been especially worried about giving it to me, but I somehow managed to fend it off this time. I hope you're still staying safe out there. 

On a much brighter note, Polish Pickup starts at 11:00 AM ET this Friday, June 3rd and ends on Monday, June 6th at 11:59 PM (but if a polish has a bottle limit and sells out before the end of the pre-order, it's gone, unless you get lucky and the cap gets raised...which is rare) on the PPU website. This month's inspiration is Fairs and Carnivals which I feel has been done in a previous year, but I can't find out if that's true. I used to add a blurb in here about cheap PPU shipping, but honestly it's all changed so much that most orders are no longer $3. I just wanted to mention this to any newcomers to the Pickup. Shall we get to some pictures? 

Noodles Nail Polish Take Flight (2 coats)
Inspiration: photo of pastel swings at a fair
Price: $11.50
Bottle Limit: None

I love fairs. The food, the rides, the art, the animals....I love it all. As much as I love all the food, is it just me or has fair food gotten expensive? Like, really expensive? Since it's a once a year splurge, it's worth it. This month Noodles Nail Polish has Take Flight which is a medium sage green crelly base with metallic rose and pink hexagonal holo glitters, soft pink shimmer, and light gold microflakes. Confession time: I love pink and green together. In college, my decor was all pink and green and I love it to this day. This one does dry with texture due to all the glitters, so I recommend a glitter topcoat followed by a quick-dry topcoat for the smoothest finish. It had an easy formula to work with, and I needed just 2 coats for full opacity. 

There you have it, folks! I have my wishlist ready to go, and is it way too long. Oops! If any item has a bottle limit, you may want to check out right at 11 AM on Friday so they don't sell out.  What do you think? Which ones will you be picking up this month? 

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