I have some mercy here with you and take a short break from my rave on Picture Polish. Isn't it time, that I should show one of my older untrieds? I haven't done that in ages - or so it seems. Long babble short - I sat on ILNP Sweet Serenade for quite some months before finally showing it here. Sweet Serenade is one of ILNP's older multi chromes that were released before their mind-blowing multi chromes hit terra firma and moves in darker, less evident color shifting depths.
Sweet Serenade has a very sheer black base that is filled with color shifting pigments ranging from purple to blue to teal to green but in a goth manner and is "iced" with some gorgeous turquoise shimmer - if this makes any sense.
I applied two coats of ILNP Sweet Serenade over my regular Base Coat. While the formula was typically multi chrome sheer, it built to opacity at two coats. I found tip wrapping very helpful with Sweet Serenade given its sheer black base. Dry time was rather fast and the finish is not overly shiny - hence my photos are taken with Top Coat.
Final thoughts: Sweet Serenade is one gorgeous deep multi chrome number and if you don't mind a little less into the face color shifts and love dark nail polish this definitely is worth looking at. For sure it is unique in my stash - a rare label these days ;-). I wore it as NOTD last week and just could not stop glancing at my nails trying to detect all its color shifts!
I ordered ILNP Sweet Serenade with their own website here.
I look forward to reading your comments - thanks for dropping by!!!