Since Mr. Fix-it made me realize I have no lavender nail polish (huh?), I obviously needed to buy nail polish. Obviously! Rimmel London makes these little $2 bottles – they're really small, actually, 8 mls instead of 18? But I have literally never once used up a bottle of polish (except, like, base coat), so I really don't give a crap about the per-ounce price.
Rambling! Rimmel London Sweet Lavender:
I'm (semi)-unexpectedly home for a day plus a bit, so I'm screwing around... quite a lot actually. Because (1) it relieves stress, and (2) my talk is done. Done done. No more practicing, no more fussing with it. It's as good as I can make it at the moment, I've practiced giving it... it's done. Which hasn't been true for the previous, what, two months?
I realized in the course of looking at this that I don't really have any pastel colors. I mean maybe a couple accidental ones, but on the scale of my polish-buying, that's odd! Also, I realized that lavender doesn't actually suit me. The pic looks okay, but even Mr. Fix-It agreed that in person it looked off.
SO I am going to buy pastel colors and see what happens!
Meanwhile: the whole season-based color thing is a bit passé! But, because pastels are usually associated with spring/summer coloring, I decided to try a thing. I went and took every online test I could easily find about seasonal coloring...
Ok that's not quite true. We should talk methodology. Which kind of takes us to another post.