Another double post day 🙂
This is 2 coats with no topcoat. This is a pure white creme. it does need 2 coats if you want a pure opaque white but with 1 coat you will get a soft white. It isn’t streaky or patchy at all. I think this is great. As mentioned, a beautiful formula! This is also a pure pure white. You know how some whites almost have a bit of a yellow tint to it. Not this one!
Hean – Black
This black is just ridiculous! This is 2 coats with no topcoat. Can you see how shiny this black is? The reflections was actually crazy because it is so shiny it was almost like a mirror. Beautiful! As with the white, it does need 2 coats if you want a pure opaque black but the great formula means that even in one coat you get even coverage. Who only uses one coat though right?
You can find both these and pretty much any colour you could want to pair with it at Glamore Cosmetics here:
As usual, a little nail art….
So I tried something completely different for me. I have had this pinned for the longest time and I knew I wanted to use the black and white together and that this was a perfect opportunity to do both. So I used this tutorial and Hean #401 and Black. Basically I started with 2 coats of Hean #401 and then used striping tape. I then covered it using Hean Black and pull the tape off immediately. I then topcoated that and left it to dry. Now it is was around here that I started to mess up. When that was 20000% dry, I used ring binder supports and tried to put them pretty centre on each nail. I then used Hean #401 to make the middle of each dot white, removing the tape immediately. I then used a stripes and Hean Black to extend the white lines in black over the white dot. If I could redo this, I would’ve used striping tape for the stripes on the white dot as well. I almost feel like I completely messed it up because I stink with a brush. I do like the concept though.
What do you think? Except for my mess up with the stripes, do you think it works? Have you tried this Black and #401 White from Hean?
Thanks for reading,