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Tuesday, 19 April 2011

OPI Femme de Cirque



Sheer nude/peach

This polish is extremely sheer. What you see in the picture above is 6 coats, and you can still see a VNL.  Because of my badly stained nails, I didn't want to subject you to less coats. :-D I'll be honest, I hated this color with 2-3 coats, but as it got more opaque, I grew to like it more. Granted, since it IS so sheer, it's never going to top my list of favorites, but if you dig sheer and natural colors, this definitely fits the bill. 

Opacity scale (1-5): 1

Use for Konad: Not a great stamping polish- too sheer.

Finish: Jelly, 6 coats, still fairly sheer. 





Sheer ivory

Again, this polish is extremely sheer. What you see in the picture above is 6 coats, and you can still see a VNL.  Though this color is similar to 'So Many Clowns...So Little Time,' it leans much more to a milky ivory color than the peachy nude of 'So Many Clowns'

Opacity scale (1-5): 1

Use for Konad: Not a great stamping polish- too sheer.

Finish: Jelly, 6 coats, still fairly sheer. 





Sheer pink

Again, this polish is extremely sheer. What you see in the picture above is 6 coats, and you can still see a VNL.  This color is even sheerer than the others, even at 6 coats, it only provides a wash of milkish pink to the nail, and you can still completely see the nail line.

Opacity scale (1-5): 1

Use for Konad: Not a great stamping polish- too sheer.

Finish: Jelly, 6 coats, still fairly sheer. 





Clear base with blue, pink and purple microglitter

Meant to layer, this polish is a clear base with tons of microglitter. I could NOT get this to photograph at all. But you can kind of see the color in the bottle picture.  Seen above, it is layered over So Many Clowns, feel free to click the picture to enlarge.

Opacity scale (1-5): 1

Use for Konad: Not a great stamping polish- too sheer.

Finish: Glitter, 2 coats layered over So Many Clowns


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