A huge weight was lifted off my shoulders today. I finished my final paper of the semester! It seems like all I’ve been doing for the last month and a half is writing. My law review article, which was due on Easter, was almost 50 pages. My Sports Law paper, which I finished Friday, was 25 pages. And the paper that I finished today was much shorter, but the paper is very “word” sensitive, meaning that every single word had to have a purpose. Its hard to explain, but all that matters is that all my papers are finished! Now I get to work on my finals, which start next week. I am not a fan of school at the moment.
But today I have a polish to show you guys from Fresh Paint. Fresh Paint is sold at 5 Below, which for all of you who aren’t from the US, is a dollar store (essentially). Everything there is $5 or less. I have to admit that I’m a bit of a snob sometimes and have never bought these polishes, because I always assumed that a polish from a dollar store wouldn’t be good quality. I’m so happy to say that I was completely wrong.
Fresh Paint “Spruce Street” is a dark forest green creme, and honest has the perfect name because it reminds me of a Spruce pine. This type of color is right up my alley because I love green and I love dark colors. And on top of the awesome color, it dries really really glossy. This is without a top coat and look at the shine on my nails!
The formula on this polish was really incredible. Not only does it dry really glossy, but its really opaque as well. It took 2 coats to be completely opaque. The dry time was fantastic, almost like an Insta-Dri polish. And the consistency was spot on. I can’t comment on the longevity of the wear, because I didn’t keep it on long enough to chip. But I’m really really impressed and now want to try a ton of Fresh Paint polishes.
What do you guys think? Have any of you ever tried any Fresh Paint polishes?