The polish was inspired by the beautiful colors of Fall foliage. Aleksandra did a fantastic job of creating this shade and making it just as I had envisioned it. I learned so much from her in the process and I will always treasure the experience.
I decided to carry the foliage theme through into my nail art to compliment the color. I wanted something bold enough to stand out against the glitter without covering up too much of it. Determined to keep practicing my freehand nail art, I painted the leaves and a friendly little hedgehog using acrylic paints.
I'm really excited about how this manicure turned out. Little by little I'm gaining confidence in freehand nail art. It is definitely more time consuming for me, but so worth it...
InDecisive Harvest is a pale yellow crelly (cream + jelly) base filled with yellow, orange, red and dark purple glitter in various shapes and sizes. It has a nice formula which is easy to work with. I used three thin coats to get maximum glitter and allow layers underneath to show through. Swatches are with a top coat...
The heavier circle glitter does settle to the bottom over time so I suggest storing the bottle upside down. I didn't have to fish for glitter, there was lots of it on the brush. It is easiest to use light brush strokes which leave the glitter in place. Heavy strokes will take the larger glitter right off the nail...
|Brand: InDecisive Nail Lacquer|
Color Name/Number: Harvest
Number of coats: 3
Top Coat: Yes
Free of Formaldehyde, Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)
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