Saturday, June 21, 2008

Zoya Color Lock System, Day Two (Yasmeen)

Similar results to what I had last time. Day two with minimal to non-existent tipwear. Observe:

Left hand, full sunlight. Sorry about the shadow. As you can see, no tipwear at all, even with all my typing. I always have tipwear the second day.

Right hand, full sun. You can see a bit of tipwear here, and a minuscule chip on the index finger. I'm left-handed, so I have no idea how I got more tipwear on my right hand than on my left.

Will I have chips tomorrow? More tipwear? We'll see how it goes.


  1. I have a random theory on why you might get more on your right hand, despite being left handed - most people who are right handed are classified as being strongly right handed - meaning they do most everything with their right hand, very little with the left. Most lefties are weak left handed, which is basically while they write with their left hand, they do many other tasks with the right hand (opening doors, drinking from glasses, using utensils, etc..)

    I think the color lock system seems interesting, at least with Zoya polish! May have to try,

  2. Grace Waste, fascinating theory! In fact, I think you're right. I tend to be ambidextrous is most activities, but use my left mainly for writing. Thanks for your comment :D


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