Nfu Oh GS14 is part of their Gold & Silver Series. This black based polish is filled with small holographic glitter. Formula is great! I’ve used two coats here plus a top coat (Seche Vite…of course!).
I’ve read that this might be a dupe of Zoya’s Storm. After I compared the two I think they are similar, but I can’t call them dupes. Storm has more silver glitter than GS14. There’s also a difference in the formula of the two. Storm’s formula is a bit thinner than GS14.
What do you think? Dupes or not?
Ps.: Have you seen Luchessa’s great giveaway yet? The only thing that you, as her follower, need to do is paint your nails purple and send her a picture of your creation! You can win four purple polishes! 😀 But hurry, there are only a few days left to enter!
Here’s my second mani for the Advent Calender Nail Challenge: Gold.
For the base I’ve used #GS10 from the Gold & Silver Series by Nfu Oh (2 coats). It’s a creamy golden base with super fine golden shimmer which gives it a shiny finish. It needs three thin or two thicker coats to get opaque. Lovable right?
I’ve created a gradient look with OPI’s Black Onyx and topped it of with one coat of Seche Vite. And finally I’ve added some golden stars.
Check out the other nail fanatics that participates in the challenge:
Mommy Loves Nail Polish
Morie’s Nail Art
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Rew Does Nails
Perfectly Polished Tips
The Polish Squirrel
9 to 5 nails
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If you’re not listed, please let me know so that I can add your link 😉
Good luck girls!