How much can one say about nail polish? I mean it either looks pretty or it doesn't, right? Sure I could speak of the viscosity of the polish, the wear time, the application, etc, but I think that by now you all know what to expect from certain brands.
Models Own nail polish in Juicy Jules is a clear base with small silver and holographic glitter suspended in it. It applies well. Is not overly thick nor does it chip easily. The polish in these photos is two coats over Color Club nail polish in Black covered tips. I chose not to coat my entire nail in approximately 4 coats of Juicy Jules to achieve the opaque glitter finish. However, had I done that, I would have used my trusty Glitter Nail Polish Removal Technique to change my polish.
Today is not about nail polish. It's about Unicorns.
Yes. Unicorns. And even more so, Unicorn Dandruff. If Unicorns were susceptible to dandruff I believe that their dandruff would look like Models Own nail polish in Juicy Jules.
We have "Unicorn Pee" which is the long since discontinued Clarins 230. We have "Unicorn Puke" from Cult Nails, was renamed Clairvoyant, but then also discontinued, why not have Unicorn Dandruff? The base is too clear to be Unicorn poop or snot, Yes. I think Unicorn Dandruff is appropriate.
Sometimes when people draw unicorns they add wings, for some reason. A horse with wings is called a Pegasus. A horse with one horn is called a Unicorn. So what is a horse with wings AND a horn called?
Is it like a Mule? You know. A mule is when a horse and a donkey mate and the mule is the offspring. (I don't know why it's not called a Dorse or a Honkey...oh wait. I do know why.) Mules are always sterile. Horses and Zebras have been mated creating a Zorse, which is also sterile. Using the scientific method I would then have to surmise that like the mating of most other animal hybrids, a Pegasus/Unicorn offspring would also be sterile. I'm glad we established that.
What does one call a Pegasus and Unicorn hybrid? Pegicorn? Unisus? Unipeg? According to wikipedia The foremost authority on everything on the interwebz*
"A winged unicorn, pegacorn, unipeg or alicorn is a fictional equine with a set of wings and a horn. The term alicorn, which describes the theoretical substance that a unicorn's horn is made from, has also been used as a name for winged unicorns."
*This is written with sarcasm. Wikipedia is known for having glaring errors when it comes to certain facts, but hey, it's fast and you get the general answer.
So I guess I like Unipeg. Alicorn sounds silly. And Unisis sounds too much like a corporate entity that delivers mainframe computing and software development.. So Unipeg it is.
Well, I'm glad that's settled.
|I see no dandruff on this Unipegasisacorn|