Today I have an overload of pictures of Nfu Oh #63. The pictures were from last week, sorry they're been posted so late. Those who read my previous post know what the reason is. Anyway, let me show you the pictures of this gorgeous pink holo polish. One more thing: please ignore my pinky... it broke off when I was removing the previous mani.
These first 3 pictures were taken outdoor under direct sunlight. The next 2 were taken indoors under artificial lighting and flash.
This mani lasted 4 days with no chips. I read in many blogs that Nfu Oh holo polishes won't usually last a day, but this one did. The secret? I don't know for sure, but here's what I did:
I first applied a thin layer of China Glaze Strong Adhesion base coat, followed by a coat of Nfu Oh Aqua base. Then I applied one thin coat of Nfu Oh #63 and another layer of Aqua base over it. Once it's all dry (please note that I let every coat dry before applying the next one), I applied 2 coats of #63 and finished it with Seche Vite. Some say a top coat will dull the holo, but to be honest I haven't noticed much difference. Next time I might compare the holo polish with and without top coat next to each other and post the results here.
I hope you all enjoyed this holo overload! Thanks for reading! :-)