Sally Hansen, take me back to Sesame Street

 From left to right: Peach Fuzz (Big Bird), Wool Knot (centre) and Tweedy (Statler & Waldorf)

From left to right: Peach Fuzz (Big Bird), Wool Knot (centre) and Tweedy (Statler & Waldorf)

There's nothing wrong with a little bit of whimsy, especially when it comes to nails -- you should never take your nails seriously, except when it comes to care, of course.

Sally Hansen released Fuzzy Coat for the nail art-challenged and even the glitter bar lovers.

 Fuzzy Coat

Fuzzy Coat

 Sorry for the base colour

Sorry for the base colour

Fuzzy Coat can be worn several ways, All Lacquered Up shows you three examples for your consideration (my personal favourite is the Jelly Sandwich). Last week I felt inclined to try them out before my weekly manicure to see how they looked and worked. Surprisingly, I found this type of glitter polish easy to work with; the trick here is to wipe off excess polish on one side of the brush and then with the other you can make a start on your nail by dabbing and dragging the glitter around.

The clear polish is extremely forgiving and thankfully it didn't dry too quickly. The extra time provided by this particular formula allowed me to layer the glitter until I reached the full effect I was after. Within an hour I was able to use my nails without having to worry about messing them up.

A few cotton swabs were harmed during the removal process -- let's bow our heads and pay them respect.

Today's post was brought you by the letter 'B'.

*PR sample provided –  Thoughts and ramblings written here are completely my own.