I bought this color because A) I needed another white, as my bottle was beginning to run low... and B) It was on sale. Little did I know, this white is the opposite of opaque. I really hated it at first... but like they all do, it grew on me. My opinion of it now: it's a cool, milky white. Ghostly kinda... It would be good for a Halloween themed manicure!
This is 3 coats:
Below are 2 photos of the same thing. I can't decide whether I like the photos I get with my Canon or the ones from my Nikon better...?
[ABOVE] With my Canon, it's so much easier and faster to take pictures. I just point and shoot... but sometimes the photos are distorted (from photographing too close) and my skintone looks too red. I'm "olive" toned...
[BELOW] My Nikon lets me focus on objects closest to me and blur everything that recedes into the background. This is my favorite effect in photographs! :) BUT my skintone is off in these, as well. I look pale!
I thought I'd see what you guys like better! Let me know :)
I think I like the pictures with the Canon better :) And the polish name is so cute! i want this one only for it's name, so I can say to my friends, Hey, look at this polish, it's called Funny Bunny! ^^
What a wonderful colour, it's just like you described it, milky white... I think I'm falling in love here <3
To answer your question, I like the pics from the Canon better, because your skintone looks more 'real' in them. Maybe it's just a matter of lighting here, so it's hard to make a choice in 2 pics, but still.
I've really been into white polishes lately and this one is lovely! It's impossible to pick a bottle of white polish without seeing swatches in my opinion. So many of them are super sheer!!! Or they end up looking like white out which I find unappealing. My current favorite whites are Zoya Gaia & American Apparel Cotton.
Just a thought but have you looked at your white balance on the Nikon? Assuming the canon is your point and shoot it is probably set to auto white balance, if you are using your Nikon in anything other than full auto (and I am guessing you are as you are using depth of field creatively) you might find that you need to re-set your white balance to correct how your skin tone looks. Just a suggestion, hope it helps!
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