“Pink Friday” by OPI

Happy Friday my lovely people! Seeing as it is Friday and the “it” color for the upcoming Spring season is pink, I thought this was the perfect occasion to share “Pink Friday” by OPI on the blog today.

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Fun and Funky

Ok, so I know the trendy color for Spring is blush and not necessarily this exact shade of pink, I still thought this color was a fun one to share this Friday evening. Instead, “Pink Friday” by OPI is a bright, blue-toned pink shade that is sure to make your nails pop. I applied three coats here. I found that with just two coats, there was still some bits of my natural nail showing through so I went with three coats for that perfect bright, opacity. I know this shade might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’re looking for something fun and funky to try out as we head into sunnier days then “Pink Friday” by OPI might be perfect for you!

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Il Duomo di Milano

These shots were taken outside of Il Duomo di Milano. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Il Duomo is the main cathedral right in the center of Milan and it is absolutely gorgeous. If you’re ever in the area, I do highly recommend you visit it, even if just to admire its beauty from the outside as it is truly stunning. You can also easily go on top so you have a bird’s-eye view of the center of Milan which also provides for an amazing view.

Il Duomo

This day was absolutely beautiful with perfect weather. I’m really so excited for Spring to make its official debut because that means Summer is just around the corner! All that to say, you can expect a lot more bright and pastel polishes in the weeks to come here on the blog! Wishing everyone a lovely weekend, and if any of you have special weekend plans, let me know what they are in the comments down below!

Il Duomo di Milano

 

1 Comment

  1. March 17, 2017 / 23:48

    Great post and great color!

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