When it comes to pink nail polish, I admit it, I am a compulsive shopper. But I am not the cheese who stands alone in this one, I know that for sure (my sister is to nail polish, what Berlusconi is to Viagra).
How many times have you had to explain le boyfriend that the pink Dior is creamier than the Chanel one (even though they look almost the same) and that’s why you need them both.
How many times have you stood before the impressive nail polish line-up at drugstore aisle, trying to decide between barbie pink, candy pink or mauve. After a 30 minute deliberation (the security guard walking around you, eyeing you suspiciously, as a potential shoplifter means you’ve been in there for too long) you decide to take them all along with that neon pink that just caught your eye (even though you promised you would only buy one).
You feel the need to gift yourself Tom Ford’s Private Blend Nail Lacquer set this Christmas (click HERE if you wish to see it, at the risk of feeling greedier than Gollum). You are willing to pay 400 pounds for the box, only if the sales lady agrees to substitute the 16 shades inside with 16 bottles of Indian Pink.
You get your Essie parcel at home, only to discover you bought 15 shades of pink and one coral.
Your Instagram account could easily be mistaken for an OPI catalogue (the pinks and roses section, of course).
Does pink get you high as a kite? Is pink your favorite crayon? Yes, I’m kinda quoting Aerosmith.
If the answer’s yes, I rest my case.
A girl can never have too many bottles of pink nail polish.
Illustration: Ana Sofia Alanis
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