ZARA FAUX FUR GILET AND NAIL POLISH
Today I would like to talk about something that, in good or bad, makes all us the same: nail polish. It’s an argument that we take for granted, that we do not consider important, but I think it deserve a chapter for himself. Firstly for the variety of colours: when we are in a perfume shop for buying one it seems that the shades of any colour are unlimited, and we are shocked by it. Usually the boyfriend or your girl friend have to spend hours next us, listening your doubt about which colour will be the trend for the next season. The true is that we are deluded cause when we arrive at home in our collection we always have the same colour as the one we have just bought. I realized with all my experience that are all the same. When we see that we already have that colour we repeat ourselves that on the nails the effect will be different. And here it’s the tragedy number two: the nail that never dry. It’s forbidden apply it if you have to do something in the next three hours. Even if you know that in the five minutes just after have applied it, in that time in which it’s so fresh, everything will happen: from your dog’s hair that goes on it, to the classic feeling of starving, itch, necessity to go to the toilet. Even when it seems to be dry, it’s not, it’s enough anything in the air that goes on it and ruined all your work. And what about if you wanna apply it before going to sleep? We would wake up with all kind of things on our nails. Talking about when it’s dry. I think that someone that had nothing to do invented it. Nail polish and work are far away to be friend: just if you wash plates or cook something that it will chip. It makes us run to cover that piece, with that horrible patch result. That we accept exhausted just by the idea of doing everything from the beginning again. When we decide to remove it, it’s impossible to remove it, like it want to stay there forever. In the end, without nail, we could not live: it makes our hands super fashion and makes us shine and happy. That’s why we have to put it again, in the end no pain no gain.
FRED PERRY SWEATER