The above pictures are taken indoors in day and artificial light, the below photo outside in the shade
I applied two coats of Wing Dust Bean Me! over Essence Hardening Nail Base. As with any jelly that is seriously loaded with glitter I find the application needs certain care. I mentioned previously, that I use to apply my first coat relatively sparse of glitter to achieve an even layer of the base color. In the above pictures I then applied a thicker second coat that sprinkled my nails with tons of glitter (except for the saucers who were rather difficult for me to get out of the bottle). For a darker base I suggest to go with three thin coats - I tried it on my Cinderella hand and while the brown is not remarkably darker, it looks more saturated. In the end it depends if you like a more jelly or cream finish. Dry time is fairly quick and the surface is slightly bumpy. One layer of Glisten&Glow HK Girl didn't smooth out the bumpiness on all nails but I was fine with it nonetheless.
Final thoughts: Wing Dust Bean Me! is so unique and special with its unexpected (though very complementing) color combination. I have a couple of more untried Wing Dusts in my drawer so stay tuned for some more of their pretties!!!
I ordered Wing Dust Bean Me! with Llarowe (there it is currently sold-out). Wing Dust also has an own shop on Etsy.
And here comes Nell - this is what he looks like if he is displeased with me, the weather and his misly life as a cat in general - LOL. He was miffed that I didn't have the time to follow him around the apartment forever until he decides where he wants to settle for a little nap and above all he got photographed.
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