Friday, September 27, 2013

Pretty Serious ~ Cybernetic

Pretty Serious ~ Cybernetic
Purple, blue and teal microglitters in a jelly base

In the year 2165, a cybernetic nail polish goes back in time to 2013 with a mission to assimilate the nails of all the ladies into the Pretty Serious network with it's advanced nanotechnology. Will you fight assimilation? Do you want to?

This is what Pretty Serious write about Cybernetic, and I must admit that I’m intrigued about this polish. When I looked at it first, it was definitely purple. Next time it was blue, and then blurple. It’s a kind of magic, I swear!

So anyway – the formula is good, and I love this kind of glitter that is a “real polish” and not just a topper. I used two coats for full opacity, and drying time was okay. It’s hot and humid here, so I actually think that this polish dries pretty fast under more normal weather conditions. I applied a layer of Poshé topcoat before taking my pictures.

Look how pretty it is! Two layers of Cybernetic + one layer of Poshé:


I like the sparse teal glitter in this. It really makes this baby sparkle like crazy!



Is it a blue? Is it a purple? It’s a blurple! :D


The depth is just amazing! Love, love, love this!



Direct sunlight:


I stamped on it. I used a stamping plate from Bundlemonster: BM-310, and I stamped with Kiko 625 Emerald from the Mirror collection. I chose a metallic green to compliment the bits of teal glitter in the polish. When I was done stamping, I sealed the whole thing up with another layer of Poshé topcoat, and here’s my final mani:


I hope it’s OK to be pleased with self, because that’s exactly what I am!


I’m glad I didn’t have to wait to the year 2165 to get my hands on this pretty gem of a polish!

I’m officially a fan of Pretty Serious polishes. Are you?



Opacity: 8/10
Colour, prettiness: 9/10
Durability: 8/10
Value for money: 9/10
Overall: 8.5/10
Buy again: Yes

I bought this polish on norwaynails.com.
You can find more info on NorwayNail’s Facebook page, link here.

Norway Nails have kindly offered my readers a 10% discount code. Just use the code RAINBOWIFYME10 at checkout, and you'll be getting 10% off your purchase.

18 comments:

  1. Wow it's gorgeous! Both the polish and the pattern. :-)

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    1. Thank you - I'm so pleased to hear it :)

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  2. Oh it's gorgeous with that subtle mint for the stamping - wonderful combo!

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    1. Aw thank you so much, my dear friend! :)

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  3. Pretty! I have yet to try this brand but from what I can tell they have some seriously pretty polishes ;P

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    1. They do! And you should! I love every one of my Pretty Serious'es :D

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  4. Gorgeous glitter! I love your choice of the polish for stamping, it looks really great!

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    1. Thank you so much, it's nice to hear that I nailed it :D

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  5. OMG! You are going to kill me one of these days!!! :)

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  6. I LOVE this precious glitter polish! It looks amazing! and I also have the same color of Kiko mirror, it's really cool too :)

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    1. Those Kikos are just fantastic, both as polishes and for stamping. I love them! :)

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  7. Are you aware that there is a blogger that is stealing ALL of your posts, text and pictures? Another blogger noticed that hers had also been used and when I went to check it out, your posts are all over the place. Here's a link to just "one" of your posts which is being passed off as this other blogger's.
    http://whimsicalglam.blogspot.com/2013/09/linda-johansen-wienna-waltz.html

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    1. WTF?!
      No, I wasn't aware of that at all, but thank you so much for telling me. I've reported the blog to Blogger now, and hope it will be taken down very soon.
      What a twat! Grrr!

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    2. How do you report them to blogger so I can do it, too? I would love to help getting that one removed. I just can't believe that your stuff is just completely duplicated to the letter. Craziness!!
      And thanks for stopping by my blog; I wasn't trying to even get you there. lol

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    3. I don't think others can do it. At least it said on the form I filled out, that I should state whether I was the rightful owner of the photos or if I represented the rightful owner, but thank you so much for offering it. I hope that Blogger responds quickly, because that is a creepy experience!
      Haha, I got curious, and you got yourself a new follower! ;)

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