It's Green Wednesday and Karin's Green Week to raise awareness of depression. Depression is a subject that's very close to my heart. Many of the people I love have or are suffering from depression, and there's still some taboo on the subject. Most people say it's okay to feel depressed sometimes, but I feel like it's not okay to acctually talk about it. Most of the people that are close to me and have a depression feel ashamed of it. They are ashamed of getting the help they need to get better. There's still a lot of stigma to being depressed and I don't want that to be the case. I think people should be proud that they have the strength to get help and get better.
These pictures have been in my blog archive of unpublished post since the end of July. Time flies by when you're having fun and lots and lots of polishes to try out and blog about. I really feel the need to empty the archive a bit, so I'll start right now with Ninja Polish Basilisk.
Ninja Polish Basilisk is a multichromatic glitter in a clear base. The glitter shifts from a light green, to emerald, gold and even a cool blue. Very beautiful. Probably one of the strongest colour shifting glitter polishes I own.
I'm not very pleased with the photos though. They're a bit blurry and the light isn't the best. Multichromatic polishes have a tendency to look their best in darker lights. I find that most of them look amazing when the light's low and I'm in bed reading a book. But in that sort of light you can't take decent photos. So this is what I ended up with.
What you see in the picures are two coats of China Glaze Liquid Leather, two coats of Ninja Polish Basilisk and two coats of Seche Vite.