When I was in school, I don't think my parents wanted me to have any crushes on guys. So when Valentine's Day came around...do you know how hard it was to sneak around to get a guy a Valentine's Day card? In a tiny town that only had one little drugstore and one small grocery store? And, heaven forbid I make one!!! I didn't want to be any more nerdy than I was.
Luckily, my parents have no say in my relationships as well as my makeup habits. I must say that my family adore my 'Internet-elusive' husband, though. And my flair for all things of beauty, they've come accustomed to.
How about this for falling in love....
Yes, 'Mrs. Claus' is from China Glaze's 2010 Christmas collection. But hey, if you don't tell anyone, they'll think it is a Valentine's Day polish. And if you like this one, check your Sally's. I am seeing polishes from this holiday collection on clearance.
Red is life, love, passion, all seen as characteristics of a living earth. During this season of a death-like feel to the earth, our ancestors paid homage to this life force in hopes that it would return again in the spring time. Babies conceived during this time could arrive just in time for the last harvest and something to be thankful for; continuing the bloodline.
All I know is that I love red; red polish, red lipstick, red hair, red clothes, red cars, etc. You can say all those things are HOT! And Mrs. Claus is one hot cutie.
Don't tell me that you've never used a Christmas polish for a Valentine's Day polish!!! ??