NOTD: Misty with shimmers

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It’s still Autumn (as I write this), and I just realized that I hadn’t yet used one of my favourite autumn nail polishes this year! Which is very bad, of course, so I immediately grabbed it for a NOTD 😉 It ended up as a nice and simple look, polished nails with one extra shimmery accent nail. Honestly, I just didn’t want to cover up the base colour too much 😛

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This is the nail polish I was talking about; For The Twill Of It, by Essie. I think it was part of an autumn collection a few years back. In any case, it’s a beautiful colour, a multichrome featuring purple, blue-ish green and silver. And it also has a very pretty shimmery finish. It actually makes the nail polish look misty, somehow. It’s as if there’s a thin layer of mist over the actual colour of the nail polish. Very special, and I think it’s gorgeous!

For The Twill Of It covers perfectly in two layers, and dries very quickly.

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For the extra shimmery nails (I was planning on only doing one at first, but ended up preferring two), I applied a layer of Crystal Beading, by Sally Hansen. This nail polish consists of an almost clear base with a lot of tiny pale shimmers and very small blue-ish green glitters in it. It actually gives a nice effect over almost any nail polish, but I really love how it looks combined with For The Twill Of It!

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Then I finished it off with a layer of topcoat, and the NOTD was done!

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One Response to NOTD: Misty with shimmers

  1. Judy says:

    I prefer the one with shimmers but it is also oaky without the shimmers. Overall, its a very pretty nail color.

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