Litha - Equinox Collection - Soak Off Gel Polish - 15ml

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Litha is an amazing Gold cat eye gel polish.

A must-have colour in your Nailchemy® collection.

What is Litha?

Litha is a name given to the Summer Solstice. This is the longest day and shortest night of the year, marking the pinnacle of the Sun’s power to fuel the growing season. From here on out, the Sun will set a little earlier each night until Yule, and so we recognize and give thanks for its warmth.

Though it’s typically celebrated on June 21st, the exact moment of the Summer Solstice varies from year to year. This is due to a slight misalignment between the Gregorian calendar and the actual rate of the Earth’s rotation around the Sun. The Solstice also occurs at differing local times, so depending on where you live, it may fall the day before or after the date listed on any given calendar. For this reason, a date range of June 20-22 is often cited in sources on the Wheel of the Year.

As the Sun reaches its highest point in the sky, the God is now in his full power, and the Goddess of the Earth is bringing forth the greatest abundance of the year. The crops are reaching their full maturity and the forests are bursting with lush growth. In just a few short weeks, the harvest season will begin, but for now, we pause to celebrate the manifestation of what was planted in the early weeks of Spring. The warm sunlight is a welcome contrast to the cold and dark of Winter, and we bask in its comforts. There is a focus on the Element of Fire in honour of the Sun God, but recognition is also given to the Horned God of the forest and its wild animal life.

Directions:

  • Apply 1 coat over Nailchemy Base coat cure for 30s LED.
  • Apply one more coat, then whilst still uncured hold magnet closely over the colour for 5 seconds.
  • When you are happy with your design, cure with LED light for 30 Seconds.
  • Complete with Gel Polish Top Coat.
  • Remove with Acetone.

 

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