Here comes the perfect cornflower blue:
the above pictures are taken indoors in daylight, the below photo outdoors in the shade
Fnug Trendsetter applies in two easy coats. As with Fnug Surf Board the first coat applies a tad streaky when applied too thinly but the second coat fixes any issues. Trendsetter dries to a super high shine finish. Dry time is between fast and normal.
I compared Fnug Trendsetter with other cornflower blues I have in my stash and again no dupes here - except that thanks to this experiment I realized that China Glaze Fade Into Hue is a 99,99 % dupe of Essie Lapis of Luxury - the main difference between these two polishes is the formula. Fade Into Hue has a so much better and workable formula than the sheer and runny Lapis of Luxury. From left:
China Glaze Fade Into Hue
Essie Lapis of Luxury
Colorama Horizonte Azul
Pinkie: Essie Lapis of Luxury (four coats)
Ring: Colorama Horizonte Azul (two coats)
Middle: Fnug Trendsetter (two coats)
Index: China Glaze Fade Into Hue (two coats)
Final thoughts: ever since I applied the first brush stroke of a Fnug holo nailpolish sometime last year I am a true Fnugista and the cream polishes only enhanced my excitement about this brand. I cannot wait to expand my collection and I certainly will add another of their polishes here and there. While they do come pricey, their high quality and unique shades justify the higher price tag in my opinion.
Have you tried any Fnug creams yet?
I ordered Fnug Trendsetter with Llarowe.
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