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Its now time for some of my new nail designs
Now its time for the long overdue conclusion to my review of the Claire’s mini flakies set! Time has passed, and more polishes have come out since the first part was posted, and I can now say that I believe I’ve seen this style of flake elsewhere, too. The flakes in these look to me to be the same sort of flakes that are in OPI I Lily Love You and Color Club Covered in Diamonds.
As with part 1, all swatches were done with a coat of Seche Clear for the base, two coats of flakey polish, and one coat of Seche Vite. Each color has four pictures: an in-focus nail pic, a slightly out of focus nail pic to show the way the flakies reflect light, an in-focus bottle pic, and a slightly out of focus bottle pic. The blue polish has a fifth picture, one that was taken in sunlight and very distinctly shows the flakes on the nail. Like all my images, these will be clickable if you want to see the full size image. This post shows the three cool colors: green, blue, and purple.
For right now, I’m posting all the newr pictures I currently have – ones that were taken back in 2013, for the most part. I want to hopefully get posted all the old images I have of my nail designs before I start posting new swatches. Hopefully you’ll see a pretty big change once I start posting new swatches, because I know my hands (especially the cuticles!) look pretty bad in these older pictures. I’m taking better care of my hands now, and I think they look a lot better.
This polish is China Glaze TTYL, from the 2013 China Glaze OMG collection. I’ve seen this one described over and over as a warm peach holo, and I can’t think of a better color description for it. It’s not orange, it’s not nude, it’s definitely peach. This is two coats over Seche Base (a ridge-filling base coat) and no top coat. Holographic polishes (the linear holos, anyway) tend to dry extremely quickly, and the OMG polishes are no exception. Because these dry so quickly, they can come out a bit patchy, and are a little more difficult to apply evenly than your average China Glaze polish, but it’s pretty easy to adapt to once you know what’s going on.