So I spent last weekend at Fantasy Filmfest Nights, the smaller film festival which starts my usual festival year. Ten films in two days, and this year, they were especially good (last year, they presented too much mainstream stuff and thus a sold-out theatre), lots of sick themes, creepy stuff but also fun.
Yesterday was some kind of recreation day, catching up with tons of laundry, organising the week and so on (at the swimming pool, I was just like in the water, not actually swimming ), so that I can show the next nail polish today. 🙂
Hence on to Tease, which is peach with a proportion of pink. Not really something for a horror film festival (I should have mentioned that I’ll be at the cinema again tomorrow, to watch a special screening of Battle Royale, totally addicted, haha) but classy and timeless. It’s been a while since I took the photos.
Two coats applied.
Bright fuchsia pink with slight blue undertones. No further remarks necessary – Rose Futuriste is an amazing shade!
Application was two coats. Artificial light:
Daylight (making it look more on the berry side).
Androgyne is a smoky eggplant shade with a hidden green shimmer (which is more present in the bottle – although not really in the photo shown below ) than on the nails). So elegant.
Application was two coats.
This is the colour I am currently wearing, Orange Fusion. It’s more blood orange, containing a certain proportion of red. But jelly finish and a bit sheer. I also got a cardigan of the same shade. 🙂
Because I like it more opaque, this is three coats. Overall, Orange Fusion is bright and glossy.
Actually another Christmas-themed nail varnish, Seas and Greetings has a purple base with pink shimmer, making it perfect for sunny days too. Hence I’m keeping this for my summer picks. 😎
Two coats applied. This is direct sunlight.
A neutral, more or less. 🙂 Sand In My Mistletoes relates to Christmas – but this classy pastel peach shade suits every other occasion too.
Quite elegant, two coats shown below.
Dark cherry red or more blood red? In any case, Emblématique is a beautiful colour and my current favourite red.
Two coats shown below (this is artifial light); the formula is on the jelly side (“crelly” actually, hence a jelly/crème hybrid) but gets opaque easily.