*Contains PR samples, all opinions stated are my own*
I’ve really been struggling to post regularly lately. I’m still doing my nails but it’s editing the photos and writing the posts that I am finding hard.
I’m now 30 weeks pregnant and the last couple of weeks I have been suffering from severe Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP, also known as SPD). I had the same condition when I was pregnant with my son, so I know what to expect.
It’s agony! Every movement feels like a knife and even turning over in bed at night is painful, making for broken sleep and restlessness.
It’s harder this time round as I have my nearly 4 year old to think about and he doesn’t understand that Mummy can’t do certain things at the moment. Plus I know exactly how hard the next 10 weeks are going to be, as the pain won’t go until after the baby is born.
So I’m having a rough time. I’m trying so hard to keep up with blogging but it’s just difficult to maintain the same amount of effort that I normally put into my blog and Instagram.
Anywho, enough of that. Today I’m showing you a lovely baby pink stamping polish from MoYou London which was sent to me for review.
This was part of their new releases for Valentines Day and I was really excited to use it along with the MoYou London Festive plate 51 (Valentines themed).
I started out with a base of Zoya Jo which was one of my untrieds. This periwinkle blue has the most gorgeous shimmer running through it (my pictures are showing it to be darker that it actually is). I used 2 easy coats – photo is without topcoat.
Once this was dry, I stamped using One and Only and the Festive plate 51. Photos are with topcoat.
I love trying out different coloured stamping polishes (it’s too easy to stick to black and white sometimes) and it’s nice to have such a pretty pink in my collection.
However, One and Only isn’t quite as pigmented as I would have liked. It still stamps well though. Perhaps it might be more opaque with a different stamping image.
That said, this is a lovely pastel shade to have in my stash of stamping polishes and I know I’ll use it a lot.
MoYou London has a wide range of stamping polishes, you can check them out here.
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