Girl Stuff Nail Lacquer in Plink

Keeping my nails colored hasn’t exactly been at the top of my priority list lately. Fingernails and knitting needles tend to crash into each other every so often, and the nail polish chips off faster than usual. But what the heck? It’s a weekend, and I was feeling like it. YOLO. Tag, you’re it, Girl Stuff Nail Lacquer in Plink (PHP 100).

Plink is a high-gloss, cheery light pink that brings to mind the most girly shades of pink. It’s a little bit of the 80’s (yes, the decade), carnation pink Crayola, Barbie, and bubblegum contained in a small bottle. Quality is more or less the same as the other two colors of Girl Stuff that I’ve reviewed previously, Audrey and Marilyn, with the exception of this significantly lighter color being more streak-prone. It took me three coats, instead of the usual two, to get a completely opaque result.

How did it fare during the sleep test? Since I’m a “rightie”, the color on my left hand maintained its gloss with very minimal scratches. My right hand, however, got pressed up against the bedding at some point during the night. The thumb, middle finger, and ring finger ended up looking near-matte from the small scratches. I don’t blame the formula, though. It’s a matter of working on my dexterity, I suppose.

That’s it for now! I’m looking to finish my knitting project over the weekend.

For more info on Girlstuff or Girl Stuff (or however else it’s stylized), click HERE.

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5 thoughts on “Girl Stuff Nail Lacquer in Plink

    • I think it’s because I had to do three coats and the last coat was a bit thicker on my right hand. Never had a problem with the other colors, so my faith in Girlstuff hasn’t been shattered. :))

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