I've yet to see this color in the sun [sad face]. Yes, indoors it is amazing but I just know it has so much more to offer! Rain is in the forecast for most of this week so it doesn't look like I will be getting a photo of the flakes glittering in the sun rays...
I have never seen any other polish that compares to Nfu Oh's opal polishes. They are FULL of flakes and each flake shifts colors as you twist your nails. The flakes in #59 transform from orange to green. I used 4 coats to fully cover my nails. It's best to do thin coats rather than thick, as they dry faster and don't gum up the layers of polish underneath. In my opinion, flakes are far superior to glitters... but definitely not any easier to remove!
Go Cyclones! I graduated from ISU with a degree in Graphic Design.
And no, I'm not currently using my degree. What a waste.
Below are comparisons of #59 w/o Seche Vite topcoat and then with...
[Above] See all the little bumps and grooves created from the flakes?
[Below] Look how smooth it becomes with a thick coat of Seche!
I was planning on swatching my Nfu Oh opals and holo shown in the photo below but since the possibility of sunshine is NONE then I might put it off until later. Here is a picture of the bottles anyways... Notice Pete in the background. He is always being nosy.
#52 (already swatched but I'd like to post better pictures), #59, #38, #56, #65
Again, I order Nfu Oh polishes from www.fabuloustreet.com. Shipping only takes a few days and the customer service is just wonderful. They recently helped me find a color similar to Tiffany blue. I'm hoping to order soon and create a Tiffany & Co. inspired manicure. I can't wait!
... and HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my little sister! She is 22 today!
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