Somewhere a baffled frog is sitting in the grass, wondering where the other zebras are and not quite understanding why everything seems so big. Sorry, little froggie.
Not sure why I associated zebras with this one, as there's not much stripiness going on.
This is what I used:
- OPI Nail Envy
- LOOK by BIPA Nail Quickie 17 frog
- LOOK by BIPA nail tattoo liner 3 black
- LOOK by BIPA nail tattoo liner 4 white
- Seche Vite
I started with one coat of Nail Envy, three of frog and one of Seche Vite.
As you’ve probably guessed, I love frog, a gorgeous crème polish. The bright green, which once again reminds me of crayons and coloured pencils, is right up my alley (despite being the local footie club’s colour). It’s reasonably opaque, three coats are perfect.
This polish applied quite well and was free of streaks. It’s fairly runny and therefore easy to apply thinly. The brush is round and soft, but also very short; a narrower cap might make it easier to handle.
This is frog in two coats without top coat:
And here is frog in three coats with Seche Vite:
After the base colour was dry I used the white liner to add a couple of curved lines to my nails and a dotting tool for the dots.
And then I added some more dots in black. A coat of Seche Vite sealed the polish.
Random question: Do you depot your eyeshadows and blush? Which palette do you prefer?