Thursday, February 25, 2010

"Where is boom?"

This is anther one from "The Haul" - probably the first one I gravitated towards becuase
a) This is my first OPI (!!!)
b) I looove vampy colours!

This is OPI's Boris and Natasha

I wasn't happy with the application - no idea if it was the polish or me but every time i put another coat on it took more off at the base of my nail.
Humph.





I thought it would look nice with my new China Glaze matte magic over the top...
Er...


No... just... no...

Love,
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6 comments:

PerryPie said...

Matte-fying usually looks best done on a glittery or shimmery polish. And that's called cuticle drag. How long did you wait between each coat? For jellies sometimes you just gotta wait a lil longer or use a lighter hand when polishing. I REALLY like that colour, btw. I've actually never heard of it.

Evil Angel said...

You know I adore vampies!
Yeah mattifying a jelly or creme just turns it meh.

Toxin said...

PerryPie - I think you're right - though i did wait about 20 minutes [1 episode of Scrubs] before putting the last coat on...

Evil Angel - lol i'm learning that fast!

Scandalous said...

Its such a pretty color on you. Dang, now I'm gonna have to try out the one in my untrieds and see if its such a bitch for me too. Sometimes, I hate OPI

L.Noir. said...

I've got Here Today Aragorn Tomorrow, from one of the latest OPI ranges. It's a deliciously dark shade of green. There's Suzi In The Pyrenese Skies too, that's very similar but is blue instead of green. Check them out. :)

Toxin said...

Scandalous - i'll have to give it a proper go soon!

L.Noir - I need more OPI's! Those sound shmexeh!

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