Today’s post is about my first Nfu Oh polish and this is 63, a beautiful holographic light pink.
I’ve been wanting Nfu Oh polishes for ever because I absolutely LOVE their bottles! Any surprise?? :p
The brush is the typical round brush and it works well.
I ordered their Aqua Base as well so I used that as the base coat. I have never tried these polishes before so I don’t know how they apply over regular base coats, and I don’t know if it was a result of the Aqua Base or not but this polish was almost a one coater. I used two coats for good measure.
This polish has a dull finish on its own so I added a top coat. I have to say that the top coat tones down the holographic effect a very very wee bit, but it’s really just by a fraction.
I did mention that I love Nfu Oh‘s bottles so let’s take a closer look at it, shall we? How gorgeous is that bottle?!?
It even has a sexy back side, ow ow!
You can’t really see the holographic effect because of the bright lights in my light box and I was planning on taking some pictures in direct sunlight, but unfortunately in less than 12 hours I already had 3-4 chips. I did my nails in the evening and they were fully dry when I went to bed, but when I awoke the next day they were all chipped. What did I do in my sleep?!? lol!! 😉
I do have this picture from my light box that came out a bit darker and shows the holo effect a bit better so this will have to do.
And for funsies here’s a macro shot.
Chipping aside, I absolutely loved this polish! Holographic polishes are just so cool.
I bought this one from NailPolishCanada.com for $12.50 (CAD).
Have any of you tried the holographic polishes from Nfu Oh? Did they chip easily like mine did?
– Chantal 🙂
Base coat: Nfu Oh Aqua Base
Top coat: Butter London Hardwear P.D. Quick Top Coat