Thursday, March 29, 2012

My First Nfu Oh!

Of course it's a flakie, right!? When I first heard of Nfu Oh's is was because of their awesome collection of flakie polishes. Nfu Oh 51 had to of been one of my first lemmings, and to actually have it apart of my collection now is so exciting!

I didn't realize how complex this polish actually was. I has assumed it was a flakie in a purple jelly base with some shimmer. But I must have been missing the comments about the magical mutichrome shimmer comparable to Clarin's 230. And that is why there are so many photos for today's post :)


So, moving on, long story short this polish kicks ass! It was super hard to capture it's awesomeness but I tried! Now on to how I wore it, I layered two thin coats over Revlon's Royal.



It's like a new polish in different lighting! My favorite is when it's overcast, you really get to see all the depth this complex polish has to offer. My boyfriend noticed this on my nails and was like cool, it's green and orange! But when we were in different lighting he was confused by the red shimmer it gave off (like in the photo above). Wasn't it green?



Next time I want to try this on it's own, but I also can't wait to see what it looks like layered over some other polishes. Such a great polish and I actually love it more now than I ever have!

8 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful, and my fave Nfu Oh polish for sure! It looks amazing layered over royal =)

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    1. Thanks, This polish really surprised me, so glad I own it

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  2. *gets hearts in eyes* i am in love i think lol! such a beautiful flakie polish!

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    1. It's so much better in person, I wish I could capture it better

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  3. I just got this polish too and it is amazing sponged on the tips over a vampy colour like Essie's Wicked. One of my latest favourite mani's, I am sure to repeat it again soon.

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    1. great idea! I'll have to try that :)

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