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Allo polish Pals!
How are you all doing today? I hope you are having a fabulous weekend so far! This week feels much quieter than last week but I've been keeping busy. I get a bit antsy being too idle.
This Saturday I got up fairly early, had some lovely soya milk and mixed nuts (Hey look, I'm taking better care of myself! - I'm improving my regular eating habits rather than not eating until 4pm..)
I got another review post sorted out and in the afternoon I went for lovely bike ride in the sunshine. I found an entire new route that took me to Mr Bravo's Nan's house – and found a new way back. I saw sail boats, people water skiing...Being out in the beautiful weather makes my soul sing!
Anyway... Today I have my second '10ml Chameleon Nail Polish' to share with you from The BornPretty Store.
|Just as with the first Born Pretty Store duochrome I reviewed I am wearing this polish on top of black which is what the store recommends.|
DO we want to see what happens when I wear them on white nail polish? LET ME KNOW! I can make it happen!
This polish is another version of the previous chrome polish I showed you recently as this one turns from a beautiful golden chartreuse green shade, through to teal and can look quite blue in low lighting. I would say this is quite a prettypeacock type polish. As with the first polish that colour shift is quite strong as you can see from my picture, especially towards the sides of my nails where the lighting and shadows differ.
I'm going to cut straight to the point here. If you read my review on the Purple/Goldduochrome (221) from the Born Pretty Store I'm pretty delighted to tell you that they are very consistent in formula. I had very little trouble with the first nail polish and that has followed through with this second one.
They can be a little unforgiving in the sense that.. if you have any slight issues with your base colour (in this case black) then it will probably highlight it, hindering such a flawless finish. A good example of this is my middle nail where the base colour had slightly bubbled. The metallic duochrome really highlights it! The only other thing that may slightly put people off is that it can leave the nails with quite a brush-strokey look to the nails, not easy to avoid. I don't really mind or notice it too much but I know some people hate that.
All in all I really like this polish, perhaps even more than the first one. There are no real complaints in terms of application, dry time is fantastic just like her sister and.. I just love those colours!
I would recommend it if you are looking to increase your duochrome collection on a budget.
What do you think of this polish? Did you prefer this polish to the last one I showed you?
Thank you for stopping by again my friends. Enjoy the rest of your weekend, DO let me know what you've been up to! I'll catch you again on Tuesday!