I’m affected by photobucket’s new T&Cs, which won’t allow embedding photos in third-party websites any more, if you have a free account (like me). That means that you will notice those funny (actually they are not really funny) black boxes in some posts. I’m working on this; I rediscovered my flickr account which I had set up years ago but never used, but migration will take some time, so thank you for still sticking around!
As for Monochrome, photos are hosted by flickr already. 😉 Pretty grey shade, two coats applied.
First entry for this month – Japan Filmfest Hamburg ended last Sunday and – as always – I had a wonderful time. It’s a bit like going on a study or even school trip, only with sleeping at home. But with being at the cinema around noon and finishing past 1 am (that’s five to six films a day), it feels like that. 🙂
Inframétal would have been a good pick regarding the (mainly) horror-themed films I saw. It’s charcoal metallic with shimmer.
Two coats shown below.
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.
Finally the first summer nail varnish. I’ve had Sargasso for a few weeks now but could not manage posting the photos earlier. This is such a beautiful shade, grey with green (or, as Chanel says, blue-green) shimmer. I have always been fond of Black Pearl, and Sargasso reminds me of this, although darker and without the pearl finish.
Shown below is two coats. It’s hard to notice the shimmer, which is more than subtle, once applied. Artificial light.
A blurred close-up picture.
Washed Denim, a unique colour in my stash, blue with a visible proportion of grey. Like this so much!
Two coats shown below – first we have artificial light.
Heroine Chic. Base colours are brown and grey – combined with red shimmer and a metallic finish.
Two coats shown below, and I wish the wheather had been better, more direct sunlight. Because Heroine Chic is really kind of chic.
Another nail colour I have worn (and shown) before, Cathy. But I liked the pictures I was finally able to take in bright sunshine. 😎 This time, Cathy is more presenting her lilac side.
Close up photo.