Sadok Pi is a teal jelly filled with brighter teal and turquoise and even silver glass flecks.
the above pictures are taken indoors in day and artificial light, the below photo outside in the shade
isn't this a gorgeous number out in the sun?
Sadok Pi applies sheer though even (it is a jelly after all) but builds to a nice opacity. The above pictures show three coats. The brush has a nice length and width - this makes painting just SOOOO easy and controllable. But oh boy, this baby takes ages to dry - I did a careful test after 20 or so minutes and found it still five past fluid. The time it takes to dry though is worth the result - no? When removing it is a good idea to have a thorough handwash with soap right afterwards as Pi stains. After washing my hands my nails were absolutely clean!
Final thoughts: what a gorgeous, bold, vivid polish that Sadok Pi is - certainly no option for a wallflower mood day. I just love such sparkiliciousness for winter - simply purrrrrfect ;-) - thank you Pri for sending this gem my way *hugs*!!!!!!
I look forward to reading your comments - thanks for visiting!!!