As spring inches closer, I’m sure I’ll be reaching more for yellow nail polishes. They never fail to boost my spirits because they’re so sunny!
I thought it would be interesting to do a Yellow Nail-Polish Comparison featuring Orly Spark, NCLA Tennis Anyone?, and Nicole by OPI Hit the Lights.
This might be helpful to those who have never worn yellow nail polish and are looking to buy one. Although I love yellow polish, I know that a lot of people will be satisfied with just one. 😉
I want to collect as many yellows as possible just because there aren’t too many in my stash in comparison to greens, purples, and blues.
NCLA Don’t Call Me Peachy! is the perfect spring colour. It’s pastel with a little punch.
I don’t have too many peach lacquers, so I was really excited to try this one out.
In certain lighting, it reminds me of a Creamsicle. (And, believe it or not, I’ve never eaten a Creamsicle before!) In turn, thinking of the cool treat reminds me of warmer weather.
Speaking of the weather, Mother Nature is really having fun with us, isn’t she?
A few days ago, it felt so balmy like spring had come early. I actually was able to sleep with the windows open, and boy did the fresh air smell so good! (Being cooped up in the winter makes us forget how good fresh air smells. Then, when you smell it, it’s incredible!)
Well, yesterday the weather took a major dip. There was snow, and at night, I saw some hail. Brr! Just when everyone was saying how nice it was to wear lighter jackets and no gloves, Mother Nature rolled up her sleeves like a boss! 😉
If SpongeBob SquarePants felt like he was going to faint, I think NCLA Tennis Anyone? from the Life’s A Beach Collection would be his colour.
While there’s something really soft about NCLA Tennis Anyone?, it still is a memorable colour that’s delicate yet far from boring.
NailPolishCanada was kind enough to let me try this shade, and it’s my very first NCLA nail polish! (They’ve started carrying this brand. If you want to see all the available colours from multiple collections on their site, click here.)