It's called "Double Bluff" and it's a real stunner. I paired it with some simple black stamping using on of the BC plates and BPS black stamping polish. "Double Bluff" is opaque in two simple coats and applies easily. It has a gorgeous soft linear holo effect and a little bit of a shift in the shade, caused by the beautiful pink shimmer, look:
But my favourite shots are those in direct sunlight:
Boy do I have something pretty today: "Desert Moon" from Potion Polish. You've got to see this ethereal beauty! Beware though: I took too many pictures and I couldn't choose between them. I'm sorry.
Although this is simply described as a 'pale mauve with silver holo flakes and silver holo glitter in various sizes', this is one hell of a complex polish, you guys! Two coats with glossy top coat; look at it!
I wondered what it would look like matte as well, so I applied some HEMA matte top coat.
I like it, but the glossy version is more magical!
Now of course it had to be stamped as well. For this I used an image that I have used many times in the past few months. It just happens to be a timeless pattern that looks good with almost everything! And I just love it. Can't help it. Below is the design stamped with BPS silver stamping polish over matte:
And for completion, also the glossy stamped version!
A while ago, my sister decided that she needed a week to reconnect with nature, so she rented a cabin in the woods somewhere and recharged herself for city life. This of course had to be done while sporting an appropriate manicure (being my sister, she has accepted the fact of mandatory manicures and even let me do some cuticle-bye-bye theraphy ;-) ).