I have a crush. I may be in love. With my nails.
When I was a teenager, I discovered I had nice hands. My mom who has matching hands and whom I will be eternally grateful for bestowing them on me (THANK GOD I DID NOT GET MY DADS HANDS), would take me for manicures. A little treat with some filing and polish. I always left with a smile on my face, not so much because of the manicure, but because the nail techs always fawned over my hands. Now you know why I jumped into the spa industry as a career.
But up until now, I have been a no fuss, regular polish kinda girl. I didn't try acrylics, the original gels, or even Shellac. Recently my favourite Toronto spa Rain Spa and Salon started carrying Evo (developed by Bio Sculpture) my curiosity got the better of me and I went for it.
This product was something I had planned on reviewing and sharing my experiences from the get go. However to my surprise, and skepticism, it didn't involve any drama or high emotions like fear as I was completely expecting it to. Here is my un-sponsored un-requested review of Thinx. (Period Panties)
Wow this is a tough one. The fact that I introduced it with a 'wow' explains the vastness of, and deepness of the topic. How many times have you thought to yourself. "If I could just change this", or "eat a little less", or "buy this product" I will feel a little more comfortable in my own skin. Well let me start with a YOU ARE NOT ALONE! This coming month I will hang out in a cosmetic clinic for TWO days in a row to address things like unwanted hair and stubborn fat bulges $$$$$. Go to the beauty salon and get my hair treated (we are talking colour and cut $$). And last but not least spend approximately 5 hours each week going to a gym to get my booty golden $$$. Who doesn't want a golden booty.