Layla Soft Touch Turquoise Splash

Such a beautiful polish – unfortunately, I didn’t realize until after I finished this manicure (this was from a few weeks back) that it shouldn’t have a top coat, if you want to have the “soft touch” effect.  (almost matte, but not quite….just soft…as they say 🙂 )

So, I will do a follow up post at another date, on (aside from the great color) how it will look without a shiny top coat 😉  (d’uh me, sorry lol)

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Stay tuned for an upcoming announcement from myself,

and Polish Alcoholic!! 🙂

Have a great day everyone!!

 

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Layla Soft Touch Turquoise Splash

  1. […] Layla Soft Touch Turquoise Splash […]

  2. I love it also with topcoat. It seems to lift the shimmer more in it.

  3. Oh lord, now I have another thing to add on my “need to try” list 🙂
    I think it looks gorgeous this way but I am curious how it looks without top coat 😀

  4. shortandsweetintexas says:

    The softouch texture is amazing without topcoat! When I wear this shade I am constantly touching my nails…

  5. beachgal says:

    I have one of the Layla Soft Touches and bought it without realizing it was a texture that was not supposed to have a base coat even let alone a top coat! I used both on it! I did figure out it was a texture only before I did my mani I always have done a spot test on a white sheet of paper…it’s not a ton of texture – more like a piece of felt I think…I wore it about 4 hrs that way and then put a top coat on it to see if it radiated out goodies inside like the OPI Suedes and others do when you put a clear topper on…I did not see anything more with the topper on…but still liked it better that way since I am kind of bugged by the feel of a gritting nail.

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