Nfu Oh 51

    Good morning, Dear Reader!

    I'f mentioned recently that I had more Nfu Ohs to show you, and today I have Nfu Oh 51. I think I've shown this to you before, but it's a polish so nice we'll look at it twice.

    The base color of Nfu Oh 51 is a duochrome-y purple jelly, and it's full of flaky glitter. On its own its quite sheer, requiring many coats to have depth, and I didn't have the patience for that so I layered it over a black shimmer. For the base color, I used two coats of the Revlon Dark Pleasures black shimmer nail polish, Black Patent or Patent Leather or something like that. A black shimmer, in any case. Then I added one coat of Nfu Oh 51 to it, loaded it up with top coat, and let it dry. It's completely dry in the pictures.

    I had the rare moment of sun this morning, so I used it. I have two pictures for you, one in direct sun and one in indirect natural light, since duochromes have a different look in different light. With just one coat of Nfu Oh 51, the duochrome effect is not that dramatic. It would have been more so with a second coat, but flaky glitters can be a hassle to remove and one coat was sufficient, so I stopped there.

    Here it is in the sun.

    Nfu Oh 51 Nail Polish
    Nfu Oh 51 Nail Polish, One Coat over Two Coats Black Shimmer in Direct Sunlight

    And in indirect sunlight.

    Nfu Oh 51
    Nfu Oh 51 Nail Polish, One Coat over Two Coats Black Shimmer in Indirect Sunlight

    Clicking on the pictures will show you more detail of the color and flaky glitter.

    That's what I have for you for now, Dear Reader. Until next time, love and nail polish to you!

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