piCture pOlish ~ Eyre
Metallic blue scatter chrome holo
It’s time for a Picture Polish! I picture Eyre this time, even though it’s not the polish that has been sitting in the box the longest. But it shouted up to me, so I picked it.
The formula is great and two easy coats is what it took. Drying time is good, no bad things to report.
The holo effect is quite special in this polish. It’s as if it’s a “layer” on top of the polish, more than it’s deep, if you know what I mean. If you don’t know, then take a look at this low light picture:
Here’s a picture taken in high lights but with flash:
And here’s a clean flash picture in ordinary lights. It changes the colour dramatically, but it’s not this side I saw the most when I wore Eyre.
I made some random stripes on it, first with El Corazón #144 neon from the Matte Effect collection. It’s shocking pink and it’s gorgeous. Then I made some other random stripes with Dance Lengend’s #848 Bianco, which is a silver linear holo. I topped the whole thing with topcoat and here’s my final mani with flash:
I like the randomness of the stripes and I’m glad I didn’t make more of them.
Here’s he low light picture. I think these three colours go really well together!
The three pretty polishes I used, all lined up for a family portrait:
I like Eyre much more than I originally thought I would – how about you?
Number of coats: 2
Drying time: Fast
Drying time: Fast
Finish: Scattered chrome holo
Overall impression: Special scattered effect gives a dreamy look that I like a lot. Good quality, like always with Picture Polish.
Buy again: Yes
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