This is a shot in bright direct sun. Pardon the splodge on the bottom, I made a dodgy repair.
Front and center under an ott-light.
A bit of twisty hand acrobatics to try and catch the colors. Failed attempt.
Left is two thin coats of 'Oops...' over a semi-opaque nail wheel, sorry for that awful light shining through. Right is one thin coat over Wet n Wild Black Creme.
Side by side shot, again two coats of "Oops" alone, and one over black.
Blurred holo shot (That mess in the backround is my stash that I'm sorting through...)
Angled shot, I think this is the best shot of the holo without using water.
From the bottom, I'm more impressed with the black here.
I'd never done a water shot before, this was to see the difference. Bad angle however
Fully submerged, hooray for water rainbows! Also smudged black from the last photo, I didn't realize I caught it that way until I looked at my pictures.
Removal shot to compare my franken to another blogger who showed a removal shot of Toxic Avenger.
This is a random one. After a stroke of acetone this is what the polish looked like. This isn't light play, that's what it looked like in any light. Cool huh?
And to close out the fun, this is my dearest furry love, Harlie, with some stuffed Peeps Bunnies. She started gnawing on the yellow one not seconds later.
Thanks for reading my first real post. Let me give my nails a few more days to grow out, and nurse what I hope doesn't end up being a tear, and I'll start swatching for real. Hopefully my Dollish Polish haul will be here in time because I'd love to do those first. If not, I have a treat from Lyn B Designs (Also on Etsy.) Stay Sparkly!