Monday, February 15, 2016

Glittering Elements ~ Bone Daddy



Glittering Elements ~ Bone Daddy
Black with silver and holo glitter

Bone Daddy is from Glittering Elements’ A Nightmare before Christmas collection from Autumn 2015, just like Sally and Oogie Boogie that I already showed you. Click the links to see them again :)

I used three coats to make sure that it was fully opaque. The drying time was good.

This is what three coats look like taken with flash:


This is from my light box. I like that the glitters aren’t covered in the polish.


I added more glitter because I can. I used some cheap glitter I bought in a book store in Hungary (of all places) and I just applied a bit of topcoat on half my nail and then brushed the glitter on. The glitter it baby blue and iridescent.

Here is the final thing including a layer of topcoat over it all. Flash picture.


This is taken in the lightbox. It’s funny how the iridescent glitter turns out green there.


I like the final result a lot. I am not a huge fan of black polish on my nails, so I wouldn’t have bought Bone Daddy if it hadn’t been a part of a set. But hey, it’s nice to do something different once in a while.
                                                                               

Number of coats: 3
Drying time: Good
Finish: Jelly with glitter
Overall impression: I like the way the glitter acts in the jelly.  
Buy again: No, I don’t buy black polishes as a rule :)

12 comments:

  1. I was wondering: BLACK on your nails LOL, but now I understand why ;)

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    1. They're often part of a set. I don't buy sets a lot these days :)

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  2. I like it on it's own but I love it with the gradient!

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    1. I'm glad to hear that, because I love that glitter :)

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  3. It looks great alone and with the glitter!

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    1. Thank you, I'm glad to hear you like it :)

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  4. That glitter adds an extra dimension to the manicure! Love it!

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    1. I love using glitter for exactly that :) Thank you!

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  5. This is lovely colour and I love how it corresponds with the green <3

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