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The Pink Ribbon| Breast Cancer Awareness Week

Hello again :)
So today was a major fail on the design front... it kind of worked, but not really.
In short, I salute all of you who do ribbon designs! They aren't easy to do at all!
Anyway, on with the show!

How You Can Raise Awareness
Give money to cancer research charities, such as Cancer Research UK, Breast Cancer Campaign, Breakthrough and Marie Curie.

Tuesday's Design- The Pink Ribbon
I feel like this is the 'typical' design that people use for supporting a breast cancer cure, featuring the pale pink ribbon. 
Let's just say that a dotting tool was soooo not the tool that should be used to draw the ribbon. Won't be making that mistake again!
So everybody, my biggest apologies for the mess that is supposed to be a ribbon on my ring finger there. Shan't happen again!


(I'm only showing one hand because the other one is extremely bad- even the dots look bad...) 
I'm going to assume that the messiness of the design is because I did it at around midnight. Woopsies!

Polishes Used:
  • Leighton Denny- "Spoil Me" (base colour)
  • Rimmel London Long Lasting Colour- "Baby Pink" (ribbon/spots)
Have some more pictures, anyway!


I guess the ribbon is the most common design for this sort of thing because it's a recognised symbol to show that you care...
Anyway! Check out the first post if you missed it! (Clickety Click)
And keep your eye out for tomorrow's!

~Rachel x

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