Ninja Polish ~ Candy Cane Floam
Red and white matte glitter in a clear base
When I am deciding which polish to wear, I often open my box of untrieds and sit and gaze into it until inspiration hits me. I don’t even always know what colour I’m in the mood for!
Today my eyes suddenly fell onto Candy Cane Floam from Ninja Polish. And right next to her was a burgundy suede from Avon, “No. 502”. They looked like a perfect match, so I thought…why not!
I started out with two coats of the suede Avon. The pigmentation is really good, and if you’re careful you can get away with one coat. I used two. The drying time is fantastic. Once I had finished hand number two, I could pretty much start on hand one again! I like that a lot.
Here’s what two coats and no topcoat look like in daylight:
In the beginning I thought it looked a bit brown, but it’s not. It is a rich burgundy, and I like the effect:
Then I was ready for my nail art. First I stamped on it. I used stamping plate DRK-B and stamped with Essie’s “Nothing else metals”, which is a soft pink that looks perfect on red shades of polish. Then I sponged Candy Cane Floam on the tips of my nails, applied two coats of Poshé topcoat, and my mani was done:
The pictures are taken in daylight, but there was no sun available, unfortunately.
I think it looks as if I dipped my fingertips in sprinkles!!
Here are the sisters in crime:
This mani grew on me; I ended up really liking this. What about you girls, do you like it, or is there too much going on on my nails?