Sunday, June 6, 2010

Various Swatches

First up is Sally Hansen Gunmetal, I think that this was about two coats. This has a slight shimmer, and self levels nicely.

This polish is by NYC, Molten Metal. This pic was taken indoors under a desklamp. This shows how well that this polish shines up under lower light conditions.

This polish is by Wet N' Wild, Crystalic. I love this polish, it is a black, with a glass fleck shimmer. This is without topcoat and it has a beautiful shine.

This polish is by Sally Hansen, Nonstop Nude. From memory, this was about three coats. Personally, I did not like the application on this one, the polish seemed a bit "gloopy", and I had bubbling problems. I might be able to fix this with some polish thinner, but as yet, I haven't bothered yet.

This polish is by Wet N' Wild, Wild Shine - Wild Orchid I think. From memory, this was three or four coats. This is another polish that I love, it is a beautiful shade, and I love the holographic glitter in this one. To begin with this polish seemed pretty sheer, but it really is worth building up, or layering over another purple polish.

This polish is by Wet N' Wild, Wild Shine - Carribbean Frost. As you can see, this polish shows up all the flaws on my nails, but this could be easily corrected by a topcoat. I think that this was about two coats. This has a lovely microshimmer.

All of these polishes are ones that I recieved from Lissa from Lissa's Nails from when she was destashing.

I do have some more to post up when I get time.

I would just like to thank Lissa for the opportunity to try some polishes that I can't obtain in Australia easily.

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