|In artificial light|
|Close up in artificial light|
|Here you can compare the creamy tone to the snow white background|
|Full hand picture in artificial light|
GOOD TO KNOW:
Type of polish: Cream.
Colour: A creamy white which reminds me of the colour of custard (it doesn't remind me of ANYTHING else - I promise!) ;)
Collection: Illamasqua's Throb Collection 2011.
Opacity: Ok. This is three coats. I probably could have applied just two because the third coat made no greater difference. ;)
Drying time: Normal.
Formula: Ok. It's neither thin nor thick AND it stays exactly where you want it to BUT you have to apply it with light strokes to avoid streakiness.
Brush: Great! Very easy to work with! I also love the fact that you can remove the big cap and work with a more comfortable smaller cap which is underneath the big one. :D
Shine: Shiny on its own but I have one coat of Seche Vite in these pictures. This will also even out any streakiness if you've got some. ;)
Accurate colour, photo vs IRL: What you see is what you get! ;)
Grade: 4+/5 :D
I don't know why I don't wear this polish more often?! It's a great colour on its own AND it's a great base for nail art (I'll show later what I did with these in terms of nail art ;))!
Maybe it's the streakiness that holds me back because in spite of that it's a wonderful polish! (AND it's so much fun to see people's faces when they ask what it's called and you tell them.... ;))