I hope you have a lazy Sunday and that you can enjoy yourself and sit in the sun, etc. I also hope that I’ll find the time to do that! Today I have a lot of Finger Paints nail polishes to show you. Some of them I wore but couldn’t photograph in a How I Wore It post, some of them I wore and had no intention of picturing with my outfit (say, pajama or gym clothes…), so I’m showing them to you in the good old swatch style.
Comet’s Collar (over Sally Hansen Get in Lime) – sheer green shimmer/micro particle glitter polish, very pretty but I’d prefer it to be less sheer. Wearing it on its own didn’t seem an option, so I layered two coats over Get in Lime.
15 minutes of fame – now that’s one of a kind. This is a neon turquoise that completely ruined my camera’s lens – it is so intense, it makes my camera freak out. Also it makes my skin look tomato red in pictures, and Snowhite white in reality. A fun polish that I prefer to wear on my toes! 2 coats.
Cupcake heaven is a pretty standard baby blue. It didn’t strike me as particularly unique or interesting, but it is very cute. I had some application issues with it, but after 3 coats it was fine.
Gimme some sugar is a coral creme polish. It looks really nice and summery in the bottle, but horrible against my skin tone. It makes me so sad that coral looks so bad on me. 2 coats.
Grape Gumball is a great purple. It has silver shimmery micro particles hidden in a warm medium purple (with enough blue in there! yay!), which make the polish look happy and shiny. 2 coats.
Pop Art Purple is more of a magenta than a purple. It is very intense, I think it can also be called neon, and I like that it looks so extremely squishy. 2 coats.
Silkscreen Green is a horribly toxic looking green neon. I love to look at colors like this in twilight, it’s mesmerizing how nuclear this polish glows. Hence, two pictures with very little lightening to show you this polish properly. I used two coats.
Warhol Wannabe is another neon polish. I couldn’t catch it’s real color, as it was just too much for my poor camera! It dries to a satin finish, as most neons. I like it in this case, it somehow makes this polish more pop art. 2 coats. (First picture with flash).
Inkblot blue is, as the name suggests, a blue polish. In Austria ink looks a bit darker, but still, this is a pretty blue. I think it is supposed to be neon too, because it dries with a similar satin finish, but I don’t think this can really be called neon. Fun color though! 2 coats.