Already two days ahead in August.. Whew, time really goes by quickly! Today I have a polish for you that many nail ladies loved from the beginning, but it was in my Helmer for over 6 months before I finally decided to try it. Yikes! Anyway, I tried it and have to admit I was a little disappointed. I will explain why, let's take a look at the pictures first :)
China Glaze Dorothy Who?, five coats in daylight. Dorothy Who? is a gorgeous medium blue glittery polish. It's not truly glitter since it's not bumpy and it appears that the glitters sunk a little in the blue base, so I'd say this is a lighter blue glitter sunk in a blue jelly base. Awesome color, but the opacity of this polish has me worried. It took me five coats to get to this but I still can see a little visible nail line.
Application was easy, the China Glaze brush is a little on the thin side but that's an advantage when you're working with jellylike finishes. Dryingtime was alright.
I did a little konad with a design that I haven't used before:
China Glaze Dorothy Who? stamped with China Glaze Millennium and imageplate M70. The silver stamping gives Dorothy Who even more depth! I like it!
What do you think of Dorothy Who? How many coats do you need for opacity? *worried*
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