I wasn’t joking when I said I loved China Glaze Creative Fantasy! Here’s three coats of that with a glitter gradient of Nail-Venturous (or Ninja Polish now? I don’t get this brand change, I just send them all my money) Floam! I brushed on one coat of Floam to the top 2/3 of my nail, then went back in with a second coat to the first 1/3 and then a third coat and just the tippy-tips. Floam never stays on the very edge of my nails, unfortunately. You can’t notice it in person, but I can tell. Probably a Seche Vite-related casualty.
What’s your favourite way to wear Floam? It’s such a neat nail polish! I’m curious about the other Floam incarnates, but I also don’t want to get tired of it, so maybe I should pass. Hmmm…
Nail-Venturous Floam is such a fun polish, and like all “glitter” polishes, I like to make ‘em mattee! This is two coats of Nail-Venturous Floam over one coat of Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Brisk Blue. On top of that, I added one coat of China Glaze Matte Magic.
I do like this matte, but I prefer it glossy. What do you think?
Oh yes, it’s Nail-Venturous Floam! I was lucky enough to score a bottle on Ninja Polish before us nail polish junkies broke that poor site (again and again… and again! Sorry about that!) This is two coats of Nail-Venturous Floam over one coat of Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Brisk Blue, followed up with three coats of Seche Vite. It’s still a little bumpy, but it’s shiny enough so I stopped adding top coat.
Do you remember Floam? My best friend had some when we were younger. It was pretty much little styrofoam balls in silly putty or something. Whatever it was/is–it’s cool! And it translates into an amazing polish!
Have you had a chance to pick up Floam? What do you think? I’m looking forward to playing with this polish some more!