For adults who like Pink Study Tore pink but can't paint pink
For adult who likes pink but cannot apply pink.
A pink pen. The pink flamingo I saw at the zoo. Pink petals scattered in the early spring park.
Nostalgic colors remind you of vivid memories. Run, cousin, ukiukiki, pounding, cappy, exciting.
It is fun, happy and always filled with positive power.
Symbol of gentleness and color which fills heart is romantic and dully. That strange color, pink.
But we went little by little in the transition to adults. The difference between tone and taste, mismatch with dull skin and wrinkles, and the thought that it is a color that can only be selected. "If you're a little younger," "If you're beautiful." I'm sorry. I'm sorry. It's a nice color, but it's frustrating.
As a result of learning and researching from many customers, what is needed for adults is the pink rule proposed by uka. It eliminates pink stripes by sneaking the cool dullness of one spoon.
The three colors of pretty and smokyteon are rung, cousin, and plump pink. The three colors of a low sweetness and a gorgeous tone are throbbing wolf, pink that makes you want to be capy after a long absence.
I put that feeling in my naming.
The top court made by studying pink will tone down the colors, so you can enjoy a bargaining of colors by suppressing the heart that seems to be fluffy in a new step.
Choose your feelings intuitively.
If you paint it, you'll see a lot of smiles. Using the magic of pink.
1/3: Jun Luun
3/3: Uki Uki
4/3: Doki Doki
5/3: Capi Capital
6/3: Waku Waku