How long did you think I could resist my new Nfu-Oh? No 54 is such a pretty mermaid colour — blue to green flakies in a sheer base. I’m so glad I have it now. 🙂
Actually, the moment I got it, I tried to layer it over my pink manicure at the time, and boy, was that a colossal fail. 😛 So, it doesn’t work over everything.
But there was no reason why it wouldn’t work over Misa’s Toxic Seduction it being all dark and green and everything.
So, here I have one coat of Nfu-Oh No 54 over the Misa.
The application was everything I expect from Nfu-Oh — pleasant. As you can see, the flakies in the polish are very dense, and for layering purposes one coat is more than enough.
Unless, that is, you want to look like it’s made of flakies. 😉
I love how the shifting blue-green of the flakies compliments the polish underneath.
However, for some reason I couldn’t stop here. Who knows why? Maybe I have layering sickness or something.
So I pulled out the most contrasting flakie polish I have — Nubar’s 2010 with it’s yellow-green to orange flakies and threw it on top of my mainly blue-green manicure.
I took an out of focus shot to show the colours better as well.
I can see so many different colours on my nails at once! Most interseting for me is the contrast between the bright turquoise I get in some angles from the Nfu-Oh and the orange from the Nubar.
Both flakies are only one coat, but as you can see, combined they almost completely hide the Misa beneath. Or at least overshadow it.
I don’t think this combo is everybody’s cup of tea, but I’m really liking it at the moment. Very fall-sy.
p.s. I looked in my nail polish drawer the other day and realised I have nothing to wear. How can one have so many polishes and nothing to wear? The mind boggles.
I buy my Nfu-Ohs at Viis
, which while based in Estonia also has international shipping.