Metallic mirror nail polish
I applied a layer of the base coat first. It’s easy to apply evenly. The drying time is slow. I have this habit of gently touching the nail with the upper lip to feel if a polish is dry… I can’t recommend you do that with this base coat. Any little surface imperfection will show, so you just have to wait until you’re absolutely sure it’s dry :D
When it was finally dry I applied one coat of the metallic polish. It’s easy to apply and it covers completely in one coat.
It’s a very pretty polish! Take a look – this is one coat and one layer of topcoat.
I really like the colour too.
That brings me to the next thing I’m going to show you: Skull head crystals! They are duochrome; they look like this:
I added one of them to my manicure. I applied another layer of topcoat and pressed the little skull into the topcoat.
This is what it looks like on the nail:
I think it’s a really cute skull, I love the colours!
It’s only for show though, or for girls with no C-curve. There’s no way that I can make this stick to my nails for an entire day. Take a look at what it looks like on my nail.
Here’s all the stuff I used for my manicure.
The polish is really pretty
The polish can be used for stamping
The polish is not prone for brush strokes
The skulls have a really great colour shift
The skulls are super cute!
The base coat dries slowly
The polish will show every irregularity on your nails
The skull are just for show or for a really flat c-curve