Monday, February 25, 2013

Nfu Oh French Nail Lacquer 66 Manicure



From France

Nfu Oh 66 Holographic Nail Lacquer



Photo taken indoors on a cloudy day  


This manicure features a holographic nail polish from France labeled 66.  Nfu Oh nail lacquers do not have names, just numbers.  The holographic nature of this polish is very impressive.  As you move the nail, the polish reflects all the colors of the rainbow.  It looks even better in the sunlight, but unfortunately I wasn't able to take a photo in the sunlight due to it being a gloomy, cloudy day.  Yet, the polish still looks very holographic even indoors with indoor lights!  This polish is lasting without chips unlike many holographic nail polishes.  Application of this polish is a little bit tricky.  I suggest that you only use three strokes (center, right, left) on each nail.  Do not go back over any of the three strokes until it's a bit dry.  If you do, you will find it will remove the polish that you applied in the first stroke! I used three coats and Seche Vite top coat.  The top coat did not reduce the holographic appearance at all.  While this polish is expensive, I highly recommend this brand of polish.  The beautiful bottle alone makes it worth it!

Read about my haul of this French polish here and see my other manicure with a blue holographic polish from Nfu Oh here.

Also, check out my previous manicures:

Reverse French Manicure
Fire Marble Design
OPI Dupe for Chanel's Periodot 
Gradient Nails
4th of July Nails
Bubbly Nails
Water Marbling Nails
Fish Tail Braid Manicure

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