Under normal circumstances I wouldn't buy a polish from a range named after slebs (overpaid and underworked airheads for the most part) but this was £3 from asos. So there go my principles. See them? Fast fading into the distance. They'll be back.
It's a good colour. Greyish. Mauve-ish. Purple-ish. Generally rather on the -ish edge of the spectrum.
With a bit of added -ish.
This is 2 coats after 24 hours of wear.
I like it.
I can't say much about this other than that I deplore it. Kind of a "duh" statement.....
I really had assumed it no longer goes on. But Green Fairy brought it up in a comment yesterday with reference to Rimmel. I have 3 dogs. I may love my nail varnish but I love animals far more and if the nails have to go naked then so be it. I plead guilty to ignorance of this issue. I will have to rectify this forthwith. So my question is this?
A Does it bother you that cosmetics companies still animal-test?
B Do you want me to do a load of research (thanks, google) and publish my results?
C Do you want to do your own googling with reference to your own stash?
D Please don't leave comments that support/argue the case for animal-testing for cosmetics because I've done the devil's advocate thing in my own little head and I can't find a single valid reason in favour of aforementioned testing. I'm not remotely sentimental about animals but if they need guinea-pigs for cosmetics then they can ask me. If I have to suffer in the cause of vanity then so be it. I don't see why a chimp, beagle or rat need suffer on my behalf.
Watching dear little baby birds from my window and feeling guilty about my cavalier disregard for the welfare of critters