Of course I went back after playing around with the Moonstone nail decorations, and I picked up some other colors.
The last few times I stopped by there, I skipped on the Shrek Collection by OPI, but after so many swatches of this fun collection I realized I needed the Bright and Vivid Colors.
This is what I picked up:
Front to Back: OPI's Funky Dunkey and G&G's Sugilite, OPI's Who The Shrek Are You? and G&G's Ruby, OPI's Ogre-The-Top Blue and G&G's Aquamarine
The lucky three. :o)
Glam & Glits
On my left hand I used Ogre-The-Top Blue:
On my right hand is Funky Dunkey:
Finally...a touch of contrasting sparkle!
I used Sugilite and Ruby on Ogre-The-Top Blue to create a diamond.
I'm right-handed, but man this design is much more crooked than the one on my right hand. Apparently my left hand is steadier when putting a little glam on. :oP
My right hand has Aquamarine and Ruby on Funky Dunkey.
I do enjoy the consistency of these. The first coat was a little streaky, but the second coat made everything smooth like butter (Or liquid Caramel...Mmmm).
My husband had the fan on, and it was making each application dry so quickly I had to keep applying a clear coat to stick the diamonds on.
I always use two coats of Seche Clear, and this stops any polish from staining my nails (At least on me it works).
After those two, I use OPI's Dry & Brittle Nail Envy because I have thin razor-like nails. :( Good for scratching my back at least.
Two coats of color, and then I top them off with a nice thick coat of Seche Vite. Sometimes I use Out The Door.
I used an additional coat of Seche vite over the diamonds as some still had edges I could feel.
Until next time!