I have some Halloween nail designs to share with you today!!
I played a little with my new glow-in-the dark polish I got from Born Pretty. Its complete name is Fluorescent Neon Luminous Nail Art Polish varnish Glow in Dark #12. I used 3 coats that I layered over a white base color. The polish is really thin and not so pigmented. The best is to layer it over white and use 3-4 coats to get enough opacity. Here I didn't use any top coat. It dries to a satin-matte finish.
Then I added some silver water decals that I also got from Born Pretty. The water decals are really easy to use. You can see here a video that explains how to apply water decals.
And here is the result in the dark!
and with the water decals!
I had so much fun with this glow-in-the-dark polish that I also tried to use OPI Black Shatter on top!
Below is a super blurry picture but I think the effect looks cool, almost like if it was a marble lol This polish does glow in the dark quite well but I must say that my camera makes the nails and the bottle look more glowy than it is in real life in this picture!
I tried Black Shatter on top of this pink manicure because I saw this on Demelza's word and I liked how it turned out.
Here are some pictures of the water decals I used. All these water decals were only $2.99!
Final verdict: I am super happy with this glow-in-the-dark polish! It's just so fun! The formula was not the best but still, it was OK. The glow-in-the-dark effect is quite strong after you've charged your nails under a light source. I am not sure how long it lasts, at least 10 minutes (I didn't try longer). It's a bit funny because the bottle glows pink but the nails a whitish blue (not as blue as the pictures show here). Maybe if you layer the pink over another color, it will glow in another color. I've got to try that!
I also love the decals because you can, in no time, create funny manicures. I also like there are so many water decals to chose from!
CH Nail polishes can be purchased from Born Pretty Store. The specific polish I used in this post can be found here for $4.99.
The water decals can be found here for $2.99.
You can also use my coupon code to get 10% off your order: AB5X31
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*Product(s) in this post was(were) provided by the company for my honest review*