Hearts and Thoughts, They Fade (Elderly Woman Behind the Counter)
A marmalade-champagne colored jelly polish filled with extra fine microglitters in shades of turquoise and aqua.
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Pearl Jam released their debut album on August 27, 1991. This and many other Seattle bands emerging in the early nineties gave rise to the infamous Seattle grunge scene. Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Temple of the Dog, Alice in Chains, Mother Love Bone and Soundgarden are among the most influential and still a few of my favorites. Late last year, Melissa from My Lacquer Cabinet approached me with a desire for some custom Pearl Jam polish. She listed off her favorite songs and seeing that the list was rather long, we decided to narrow it down to ten. After some quick math, it was discovered the 25 year anniversary of the Ten album release was to fall in late August of 2016! Because of this milestone, we knew this collection needed to go public.
Here is what Melissa has to say about the inspiration for "Hearts and Thoughts, They Fade"
I changed by not changing at all, small town predicts my fate/
Perhaps that’s what no one wants to see/
I just want to scream hello/
My god its been so long, never dreamed you’d return/
But now here you are, and here I am/
Hearts and thoughts they fade away
Hearts and Thoughts, They Fade is a light nude champagne shimmer base filled with blue microglitter. This polish is based on the song Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town. First of all, the name of this polish gets me right in the feels. When we’re young, we all think that what we are feeling and thinking at that exact moment is the most important thing that we will ever think or feel and as you get older, you really do realize that those things do fade. When talking to Joy about what inspired her with this polish, she was going for a faded, almost distressed look. In my opinion, she nailed that. It looks almost distressed and antique. It is such a unique polish.
Here is the link if you would like to read her full review http://mylacquercabinet.com/archives/7457
Colors may vary slightly due to monitor settings. To showcase variety, swatch and brush photos were taken under different types of lighting. Melissa's were taken with a DSLR under a full spectrum bulb and Bitty Sween's were taken in bright natural light. I did brush macro shots myself, in the direct sun.
Joy Lacquer nail color is made from a 5-free suspension base. That means it contains no Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin and Camphor. These ingredients are often found in mainstream nail polishes that you would find in the store. Polish is mixed by hand in small batches, so slight batch variation may occur. As in any handmade product, some separation can be normal. Always roll the bottle gently before use. For optimal application, a base coat and quick dry top coat is recommended. Joy Lacquer's full size bottles are max filled at 13 mls. and contain a wide flat brush for a nice, smooth application