Threads: Top of the Mornin’ To Ya!

So this post didn’t quite make out at the top of the mornin’, so the title can be a little deceiving…me culpa. Today I have a little ditty about a topcoat I stumbled upon a couple months ago. Before I dive into that perhaps I should give you a little background first. As I have mentioned before I am not the most coordinated person or beauty product aficionado by any means. However, if I find something I love (and I tend to put things through the ringer), I will share it with the world. So going back to my lack of coordination, this is most clearly seen through inability to walk in heels, and paint my own nails. In the past I have painted one-third of my finger in order to paint them on my own, and my topcoat has done nothing to protect my lackluster paint job from chipping, oftentimes turning into a bubbly mess. So I set out on a quest to find a better topcoat, at least I could correct 50% of my issues with that. I stumbled upon Poshe, at first I was little skeptical, but then after reading several reviews I decided to try it again. So would like to make the following statement… Dear Poshe, you are the best EVER, I will never stray from you. Bubbly nails, chipped manicures, disasters that occur you make when you mistakenly think your nails are dry are all in my past now. Thank You! Ladies and Gents (if you are a man who manicures) you should probably check this out, I promise you will convert!

poshe topcoat

*This is solely my opinion, and my opinion alone. I haven’t received any sort of incentive for this post. I just happen to really love them!


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