For this manicure, I started out with Jonesy Lou Lacquer Fleur for the base. My swatches and review of this nude beauty are further down in this post. I stamped this floral pattern (which didn't end up looking very floral, but that's another story) from Pueen plate Pueen 51 using KleanColor Black...
Then using a small brush and Jonesy Lou Lacquer New Beat, I colored in different sections of the pattern. The sheer jelly was perfect for this technique and I love the little bit of sparkle it adds with the gold and orange glitter
A sheer nude jelly with micro glitter. It is thermal as well, but I failed at capturing the shift to it's cold state which is pink. The formula is very nice and easy to apply. I love the little glitter in this nude base. Three coats provides coverage as you see below. There is still a hint of visible nail line, but with nude and pale pink sheers it doesn't bother me as much as with colored polish. This is almost mannequin color for me and I love it. Swatches are with a top coat...
My attempt to capture the subtle color sift. My index and middle fingers have been dipped in ice cold water and my ring and pinkie fingers are warm. There is a slight color change, but definitely subtle...
|Brand: Jonesy Lou Lacquer|
Color Name/Number: Fleur
Number of coats: 3
Top Coat: Yes
Free of Formaldehyde, Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)
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