Are you having a good week so far? It’s all going a bit fast for me but I am not sure if that is a good or a bad thing. 😉
I have another beautiful polish from the “I Love Hean” collection to show you. This one is #411 and I just know you are going to love it too.
This is 4 coats with no topcoat. This is a very light pearly pink packed with beautiful shimmer. It is rather sheer at first but due to the gorgeous formula you can easily work up to 4 coats without any hassle. It is a thin polish which means you get nice thin coats and it also dries really fast. This made the 4 coats a walk in the park. You could of course use less coats if VNL isn’t a problem for you. It is also a beautiful polish if you wanted a natural french look but with a little extra something. It’s gorgeous!
Don’t forget to keep an eye on NPA-AnonyMiss as she is busy swatching this collection.
Pop over to Glamore cosmetics to grab your favourite Hean. You can find them here:
And of course, a little nail art….
I started with the base of 4 coats of Hean #411. I then used some Omega nail art glitter in #123 – Mauve on my index, middle and ring. I didn’t want the whole nail covered in glitter and wanted a sort of gradient where it was very dense at the tip but faded going toward the cuticle. To do this I used my Hean Diamond top coat and formed a bead at the end of my brush, I then gently touched this bead to the loose glitter and then applied it as I could a glitter polish. This way does make it easier to apply – especially in a gradient or curve – using a brush but your brush does not end up full of loose glitter. You might have one or two pieces of glitter on the the brush but you can easily wipe this off on a paper towel. I then used BM417 and China Glaze – Adore to create the subtle stamping on my ring finger. I topcoated everything (twice on the glitter) and called it a day.
Isn’t that glitter gorgeous? It is so super sparkly and I couldn’t stop staring at my nails. I will definitely have to grab a few more of these glitter pots! (Also available at Glamore Cosmetics 😉 )
What do you think? Do you prefer the polish opaque in 4 coats of would you use less coats? Have you picked up any polishes from this collection? Let me know which are your favourites!
Thanks for reading,