I wanted to wear some St. Patrick's day looks, and this is one that I pinned a while ago (originally painted by Glitter and Nails) and have been wanting to wear because the colors are awesome together. My camera, however, does not capture Four Leaf Clover at all. The problem, I think, is my flash. When I simply use a lamp to light my photos the colors are MUCH truer, but the pictures are always blurry. When I use the flash they are clear, but colors are off. Do you have any tips?
*1 coat Hoof Lacquer
*2 coats China Glaze Four Leaf Clover
*3 coats China Glaze Gingerbread
*2 coats Out the Door
In real life, Four Leaf Clover is much darker and greener. Here it looks like Aquadellic or For Audrey, but it is actually a really pretty blue-green cream. It applies easily and I used 2 coats to get a clean, smooth finish.
Gingerbread is a polish that I bought a couple of Christmases ago and it is just stunning. Macro photos are always rough on coverage, but in real life you can't see any gaps or nail. I used 3 coats, even though I don't usually do full-coverage glitter, and loved it! It is a warm holo gold glitter in a clear base. It is pretty dense, but still sparse enough for layering in one coat.
I loved this look and it wore well until I went to work. Then some tape took off a whole index nail and somehow I lost a whole accent nail. I spotted it on the floor later--it just slipped off, like I had a glue base! It made removal a lot easier, but it also made it come sooner than I had hoped.