And again it is time to show you what I have slapped on my nails this week. Most of the polishes I used this week do not need any introduction - all of you have seen plenty of accurate and professional reviews when they were released.
I feel so bad to have left A England Jane Eyre for so long in my stash of untrieds, not to mention that it sat on my list to wear (yes I have that too) for about 8 weeks now. I just always got carried away with a new glitter, another flakie or an awesome holo. So finally here she comes:
I applied two effortless coats of A England Jane Eyre over A England The Knight Base Coat and finished the look with A England The Shield Top Coat.
The following day I remembered Risque Viuva Negra - a black jelly packed with ruby red glitter particles that I received from my wonderful sister of polish from Brazil. The glitter is a bit camera shy but IRL it really added remarkably to the look!
I simply applied one coat of Risque Viuva Negra over my existing many and sealed it with A England The Shield Top Coat.
Butter London Blagger is another polish that cued patiently in my line of untrieds until its first day of wear. This polish most certainly qualifies for manis when you are short of time or don't really have to nerve for an elaborate careful procedure of getting color onto your nails ;-)
These are two coats of Butter London Blagger over Butter London Nail Foundation - and I of course finished it with the respective Top Coat: Butter London Hardwear.
On Thursday evening I happily unpacked my order from Harlow & Co containing Ozotic Mr. Big in White and Black - next week I will write more detailed about them. I was determined to work either or into my end of the week mani and since I really, really, REALLY, was waiting for a proper white polish to be used as base for ANYTHING, my choice was made. Ozotic Mr. Big White is the perfect canvas for Emily de Molly's It's Complicated.
These are two coats of Ozotic Mr. Big White and one coat of Emily de Molly It's Complicated. The formula of It's Complicated is a dream to work with and the rather scarce than dense glitter makes it work-perfect for me. Still I had to "fish'n dab" some of the dark hex glitters to the one or the other nail but not really noteworthy or time consuming - mind you.
Side note: at this time of the year the complexion of my hands only vary from slight pink to piggish pink. No matter what tricks and tweaks I try, either the polish looks ghastly or I sacrifice the the color of my skin - BUT the polish is showed as IRL!! I think the above pictures clearly show my choice. Please apologize the yuk skin color in this and probably most of my future posts in the coming weeks xxx!
My Sunday question: which one is your favorite???
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