Nfu Oh 50 contains flakies suspended in a light purple jelly base. On the nail the flakies go from blue to green depending on the lighting and is just BEE-YOO-TIFUL!!! Below is 2 coats of 50 layered over 2 coats of China Glaze Grape Pop topped with a coat of Color Club Vivid Color Intensifying topcoat. You can see Grape Pop fully swatched here. I really like using Grape Pop as a base for flakies for some reason! I did it here and here for Nubar 2010 hehe. I think it's a great alternative if you don't want to layer over black.
A close up shot of the flakies below. As you can see, they can look blue or green! For this pic, I've used my boyfriend's Sony camera (TX9 if you're wondering) so it looks a little different from my other photos. I'm still trying to figure out how to get good macro shots of my nails with my new camera!
I don't know why I waited so long to use it! It's stunning on the nail. Application wasn't difficult even though the formula was a teensy bit on the thick side. I found I had to move some of the flakies around on the nail to get an even layer. Another pic for you of this wonderful polish:
Thank you for sending me this beautiful lacquer my friend! I want more x)
I wanted to do some shopping at the local shopping centres today but there were just way too many people so I gave up. The boy and I ended up going to Pancakes on the Rocks for lunch and then just doing some grocery shopping. Pancakes on the Rocks is always yummy and I usually end up ordering the same old things each time. I love their sweet pancakes so I had Strawberry Patch pancakes and crepes. 2 buttermilk pancakes is too filling for me so I get half and half so I can enjoy both!
Yummy fruit cocktail that I nearly froze drinking haha:
The boy had the Farmers Brunch crepes with extra Italian sausage (soooo yummy!) and a poached egg. The egg was hard though =(
Thanks for looking! =)