Sort of. At least the all important marshmallow part.
Speaking of, you know you’re getting up there in age when everybody’s favourite Saturday morning cartoon fuel is riddled with shapes of marshmallows that you’ve never laid eyes on before. Yellow hourglasses? Red balloons? Multi-coloured shooting stars? I half expect a petrified turquoise marshmallow shaped like a cell phone to fall out of the box next.
I love these nails. They’re so fun and vibrant. One note, though – trying to nail art over top of deep, saturated colours (like electric jade, here China Glaze’s Four Leaf Clover) is an exercise in futility. Whatever you layer over top of it will take on a vaguely green tinge, and you’ll find yourself going over and over the same details time and time again in an attempt to hold on to the vibrancy of the polishes. Don’t do this. The easiest approach is to rough-in the details first – here the marshmallows – in basic white, and then fill in the coloured details after the fact. Well, I suppose the easiest approach is to stick to pastel base colours, but where’s the fun in that? And for the love of all that’s holy, don’t forget the base coat – greens tend to stain like a beast.