Pastel Love…

Today I have another incredible indie polish for you–Hatched from Whimsical Ideas by Pam!

I arrived home to find nail mail — my favourite kind of mail!!! — and this is what was in the bag:


How incredibly cute are these bottles??? The labels, the little bows (which I accidentally cut into in my haste to open the bubble wrap lol), and these gorgeous bottles, reminiscent of one of my favourite brands, A England…. What’s there not to love??

Even though I had JUST done my nails and they were as glossy as can be, I needed to wear Hatched. My quest for a pale pastel yellow has been long and fruitless, and when I spotted Hatched, I knew it had to be mine. Not to mention my love of any polish that is in a pastel or white base… sigh!!!

I sometimes worry about indie polishes not having great coverage, or not being what I had hoped they would be… this has happened to me in the past, and let me tell you, it can be so disappointing.

I’ll let you judge for yourself. Here is Hatched at 1 coat:

Not bad!!

And now, Hatched at 2 coats (with base coat, 1 coat of Gelous, and 1 coat of China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat – my new go-to top coat), indoor lighting:

The indoor light was reflecting and making Hatched appear lighter than it really is…  luckily we had some sun earlier and I managed to capture it in daylight for you:

Pastel perfection!

What do you think?

Do you love it as much as I do?

Pam from Whimsical Ideas by Pam takes orders via email, through her Facebook page, and I think she is only going to get more popular! Happy shopping!

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