Erin from Nire's Desire doesn't only mix magic vampy shades but has a totally unique to my stash neutral in her store as well (though beware, this shade will be discontinued). Lingerie is mid-tone beige with the slightest rosy tinge and infused with silver shine. It really reminds me of some soft and luxurious satin lingerie you can imagine
I applied two medium thick coats of Nire's Desire Lingerie over Essence Hardening Nail Base. The formula is a jelly but the final look is more of a crelly/cream. The consistency is thin but flows nice and controllable onto the nail. Painting the second coat brought the shine really onto the stage. Now I have to admit, that I should have opted rather for three thin coats than those two medium ones as Lingerie is not really self leveling (see second picture). Dry time is on the fast side. I of course finished the mani with Nire's Desire's Top Coat. To compare shine, I used Sally Hansen Insta Dry on my ring finger.
Already on Monday Erin reached out to me to inform me, that she will have new brushes soon and that the current brush was not living up to her standards. She was on the hunt for a brush that is perfect for her polishes for a long time and came accross that brush now and will have those soon replacing the current ones.
Those nude shades call for decor - at least I hear the shout loud and clear. After some serious dig and some more playing with options I ended up with what I find the most delicate: Hare Polish Shine, a clear based effect Top Coat with golden and iridescent flakies that shine in lilac and cyan blue.
I applied one coat of Hare Polish Shine, in the above pictures finished with Nire's Desire's Top Coat.
Final thoughts: I am SMITTEN with Lingerie and so glad I hauled a bottle for my collection before it becomes extinct. As for topper options, I prefer golden and whitish pink leaning glitters or flakies. Of course a black glitter like Cirque Vector is another classic that looks awesome over nudes, or a black and white glitter like Lush Lacquer Salt n' Peppa.