But seriously, with a name like Seppuku (with a Frisbee), how could I resist?
The density of glitter in this polish is unreal.
|This is one coat|
There is a bit of difficulty with this polish as a result of its awesome density, though.
The polish is so fun and summery, though, that I will totally accept a bit of temperamental application.
Here's two coats of Seppuku (with a Frisbee), topped with 2 coats of Seche Vite.
This is a polish that people kept stopping to ask me about. In person, it glows and seems almost juicy in its depth, despite the clear multicolored speckling of colors. I usually stay away from oranges and yellows, but the reds in here really help to keep my skin from picking up the yellow tones, which it has a tendency to do with colors like this.
How gorgeous is this??
I'm still agog that this is two coats of a glitter in a clear base.
If you have the patience to work with the glitter, it's great payoff for a really fun look.
One more for the road!
Did I mention that the Kitteh approves?
Because she totally loves this polish.
Nail Pattern Boldness can be found at its etsy shop. I purchased Seppuku (with a Frisbee) for $6.50, along with some other goodies (Ninja vs. Pirate ftw \o/), including an interesting product called Glitter Food (Fix a Flat), which works as a topcoat for hungry glitters *and* as a solution to sinking glitter. I'm excited to see if this works on a couple of sleepy glitters I have.
The Boy and I attended an anime convention last weekend, and in honor of this, I attempted my first nail art! Since the Boy and I love us some Naruto, I went with Shippuden-themed nails :D
|It's not perfect, but I like it! I tried to emulate the hem of Naruto's Sage Cloak and the Akatsuki muumuus of doom|
Colors used are WnW Black Creme, Essie Fishnet Stockings (red), and Orchid Love at First White.
By pure chance, the Boy and I managed to complete my Tokidoki Unicord collection that weekend, too!
|Finally, it is mine!|
I used a thin brush to make the flames on the red and black nails, and the red and white clouds were done with a dotting tool. I ended up really liking the look of this mani, and hope I'll be able to do it better next time. The left hand was really challenging, and I am so not showing it off ^^;
Enjoy the weekend!!