Bubbly Effect by Layla Cosmetics (updated with more images)

Looks so interesting!!  Check it out!

For purchase information, please check out the Layla Cosmetics website.

MERINGUE PIE

BLACK FOREST

RED VELVET CAKE

Cherry Muffin

Anise Shake

Reposted from Skeletonnails.

Thanks to Miss Vay Beauty Blog for the additional images.

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Bubbly Effect by Layla Cosmetics

Looks so interesting!!  Check it out!

For purchase information, please check out the Layla Cosmetics website.

MERINGUE PIE

BLACK FOREST

RED VELVET CAKE

Cherry Muffin

Anise Shake

 

 

Reposted from Skeletonnails.

Thanks to Miss Vay Beauty Blog for the additional images.

 

Monday’s Mani and What I thought Jelly polish was

 

Yes, yes… I realize that it isn’t actually Monday – but this is the manicure I wore yesterday 🙂

 

 

 

These are the nail polishes I used:

Layla Fluo Color F10

Kleancolor Chunky Holo Poppy

Quo by Orly Cheers to You

 

Ok, so I had a thought about the Kleancolor polish as I was using it.  It was almost clear, with just a tiny bit of an orange/red color.  And it was nice and thick (but it was sticky, which was annoying)

 

Isn’t this what a Jelly polish is supposed to be?  The last Jelly polish I bought was opaque with a thin consistency and not shiny at all.  Yet, Kleancolor does not advertise that this is a Jelly.

 

I think I am very confused about what makes a Jelly polish, a Jelly polish.

 

  If anyone can help me out with this, feel free to correct me 😉 I won’t be offended at all.  I just wanna know the difference!

Holographic or Glitter, what do I love more? Reviews and swatches Layla & Nfu Oh

Oh why, oh why…is it so hard to find a great holographic nail polish that applies beautifully?    Each one I’ve tried always gives me streaking problems, bald spots or some other application issue.  But they are worth it!!!!  I am reviewing my personal favorites.

 

Nfu Oh polishes, in general, apply smooth with no problems – but their holographic polishes are not so easy.

One layer, without going over more than once is ok – but if you attempt to go over to smooth it a bit or fix a blob (or whatever), the polish that is already on the nail seems to get picked up and dragged by the brush.
So, I’ve found painting the nails in 3 separate strokes (or two if you are skilled) – and then letting the polish dry completely before the next coat will help a lot with the Nfu Oh Holographic polishes.

Here are images of Nfu oh 65 and 61

 

The Layla Holographic polishes, while not as striking as the Nfu oh holo’s, are beautiful.

The application was nice and smooth, but the formula seems thin.  I used 3 coats on each nail, and still don’t feel I ever got to the colour I see in the bottle.  Still pretty though 🙂

This image is Layla 03 Retro Pink

This next image is Layla 01 Mercury Twilight

 

And this last Layla polish is 08 Flash Black

 

 

And the grande finale !  I still don’t know which is better….Holographic or Glitter, but maybe one of these days I will combine them both into a wicked manicure!

 

 

Saturday Manicure Holo Holograpgic call it what you want…cool

I used Layla Holographic Retro Pink, and Nfu oh 65.  Layla polish went on the whole nail as a base – two coats.

After that dried (1-2 min) I used regular scotch tape to cover half of the nail diagonally.  Then covered the exposed nail with the Nfu oh.

1-2 minutes later, I removed the tape and used my nail art silver pen to draw a line across the diagonal line made by the tape removal.
Then topped it with top coat!