Last matte nail colour I am showing for the time being – you have my word. 😉 I’ve posted Matte is Murder before, back in 2011, and wore it again during Fantasy Filmfest. Because black and horror movies are a good match, and matte black with glitter is even better. Two coats applied, no top coat.
I found this glitter top coat by Claire’s in my stash (I don’t think it has a proper name, at least I could not find any), took it to my mother’s and layered it over Dior Optic White.
One coat of the glitter over two coats Optic White. No idea for how long I’ve had the Claire’s, five years at least I assume.
When I went to Alsterhaus on Tuesday, to check whether the ladies at Dior know anything about the autumn collection, they were actually expecting me: A drawer was opened, showing three nail varnish boxes with my name attached. Surprise! I was speechless and impressed. 🙂
Today I had Enigma on my nails, which Dior describes as champagne shade, but in my view, it’s more rose gold, or even rosy beige (it certainly has a beige undertone), although with champagne bits of glitter.
Application was two coats. Summer seems to be over and I took the photos outside while it was raining and under grey clouds.
A single raindrop on the lid. 😉
Here comes holiday glitter in the summer, haha! But I like the sparkles Let’s Shell-ebrate contains, golden and pink glitter in various shapes and sizes.
I layered one coat over Snow Way (two coats) of the same collection, assuming that Let’s Shell-ebrate would go well with Snow Way’s subtle pink iridescent shimmer.
Here are recent photos of beautiful Rose Bower (shown a while ago), which I hope you will enjoy. 🙂 Application was two coats and all photos were taken in bright sunlight. 😎
Recently, I discovered Fated Prince, which had not only spent ages in my stash but also on my desk. But whenever I wanted to apply it, there was some new collection released or I wasn’t in the mood for darker colours or whatever … Finally, here it is. Charcoal grey with olive glitter and holographic finish.
And – this Fated Prince is a beauty. Luckily shown in bright daylight.
However, it’s no less stunning under artificial light.
Getting sparkly again. 🙂 I thought this looks a bit like Christmas, because Holo At Ya Girl contains green, gold and turquoise glitter in a slightly tinted (purple-ish) base.
Two coats applied. The glitter is so dense that it builds up quickly.