This is Nfu Oh’s #JS34 from their Jelly Syrup Collection. I’ve used three coats here (without top coat). For my accent nail I’ve attempted to create a jelly sandwich using OPI’s Fresh Frog Of Bel Air (great name!). I think that could have needed one extra coat of jelly, but I like how it turned out.
A jelly polish to love… #JS29 from the Jelly Syrup series by Nfu Oh. Is it purple or blue? I really can’t tell. In the bottle it seems more purple but on my nails it looks more blue. Purple or blue: I LIKE IT! No topcoat needed! It’s this shiny all by itself 😀 YAY!
#JS23, from the Jelly Syrup series by Nfu Oh is a red jelly, they say. I call it red leaning to pink. This is the most sheer one I’ve tried so far. That doesn’t make it less pretty if you ask me. I think this one is perfect to create a jelly sandwich. I’ve used 4 coats here.
This post at Mommy Loves Nailpolish gave me a big lemming. A black jelly. Really? For sure! It is so incredibly shiny that the topcoat is superfluous. I couldn’t believe it until I saw it with my own eyes. I’ve used 4 coats here. After the first one it looked almost charcoal and very sheer. I didn’t believe that it was going to get opaque. Surprise! It really does! So here it is #JS01… I’m in L-O-V-E 😀
I’m so excited to share with you my holographic polishes by Nfu Oh. If you love holo’s as much as I do, you really need to scroll down to check out these beauties!
I’ve used 3 coats without base- or topcoat. I’ve heard that Aqua Base by Nfu Oh is a must under these holo’s. Does anybody have experience with that? I’m curious if that increases the holo effect. I didn’t use topcoat because I’ve read that it ruins the holo effect. Enough talk, let’s take a look at these gorgeous holo’s.