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
Computer geek by day and super mom by night, Chantal loves to try products of any kind and share her thoughts with the world.