I was at a loss over what to talk about today for Smorgasbord Saturday, so I decided on a short, sweet, and total cop out post. This isn’t my only blog, far from it. So, I decided to do a little shameless self promotion. You’re welcome to visit these links, or not.
It was the Lab Muffin post that intrigued me, because she noted that the base coat was essentially PVA glue and water, and even further research on PVA glue revealed something even more interesting.
What is PVA glue you might ask? Well, that was the thing that intrigued me the most. Most of you will know it as Elmer’s Glue. Yes, the same glue you used in construction paper portraits in kindergarten. Or, if you were like me, you spread it all over your hands, let it dry, and… hey, you would peel it off.
How come it took us this long to figure this out?
The most common use of this base coat is for under glitter manis. No more foil, no more scrubbing all night. None of that.
Or is that true? Click the jump to find out.