The machine began to rev up but then shut down, with exhaust coming from the top pipes. Gwen stood up quickly to open the garage door a few inches to let it air out. She sat back down on her stool and pulled off the side plate. She pulled out two wires and changed the connections. Once she closed the plate back up, she sat there in silence for a couple of minutes, bracing herself for the unknown. She turned the machine back on. As it began to rev up again, the blue lights on each side started to light up. The machine began to emit a low but noisy hum. Gwen could already imagine her neighbors complaining of loud bass-filled rap music coming from her house, but she didn't care. She sat there watching the machine run for over an hour but nothing happened. She stood up to turn the machine off until she heard him say hello behind her. Gwen jumped a little and gasped when she turned around to see Tommy. "Tommy", she yelled running up to him to embrace him. They held each other tightly until she pulled away to look at his face. He looked exactly the same....before the crash. "I missed you,” he said to her. Gwen smiled. She couldn't hold back her tears. "I missed you too, Tommy," she responded back to him as he wiped them off her face. She went to grab his hands to keep them on her face but was unable to touch them. Tommy began fading. It was then when she realized the machine began to break down. Sparks started flying from the back compartment. She jumped up to grab her extinguisher, screaming out to Tommy to not go away. He continued to fade, but she could see his warm smile turn as he tried to say he loved her, but no sound came from him. She sprayed the extinguisher all over the back of the machine before the sparks reached the fuel line and wires. Black smoke began to bellow from the top pipes and the machine died. She looked back to see that Tommy was gone. She tried holding back, but she couldn't help herself from kicking the machine repeatedly. She sat down on the ground to catch her breath and calm down. After awhile, Gwen got back up to start cleaning around the machine to begin the repairs.
Ectoplasm is a non-graying linear holo topcoat.
The polish is full sized (15 mL) or mini sized (5 mL) and is 3-Free. Full sized bottles contain two stainless steel mixing balls and minis contain one.
Photo 1 is courtesy of Cosmetic Sanctuary over Nicole By OPI Fisher Queen.
Photo 2 is courtesy of Potions in Motion over a wine base.
Photo 3 is courtesy of Gnarly Gnails over a black base.
Note: Slimer does not come with the mini polish.
Be sure to check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!