First and foremost, let me take a moment to discuss my skin in these photos. It's awful. Unfortunately, I have pretty bad eczema that flares worst during allergy season. Almost nothing helps with the cracking and flaking when it's in full on flare mode. It's not enjoyable in the slightest, but I'm glad that it only flares twice a year. I really liked this polish combination, so I took pictures despite the horrible skin. If you have skin that looks like this, and you weren't sure what was wrong, you're not dying (or rotting as I like to call it). It may just be eczema, which can be prevented with a steroid cream at the first signs of flare-up or by lathering yourself in lotion CONSTANTLY.
Go to a dermatologist to have it checked out as there may be a simple solution to fix it! ANYWAY, back on topic. Try to ignore the terrible skin up in here, if you will, and take a gander at these gorgeous polishes! Nfu Oh is a brand that I had never heard of before this year as it isn't sold in stores near me. In fact, I'm not really sure if they sell them at brick and mortar stores in the US, as I purchased mine at Fabuloustreet. I found out about this brand when I was searching for a comparable duplicate to the hugely sought-after China Glaze OMG. They had also been sold out for a long time, so when I saw they were on sale, I pounced! Nfu Oh 61 is a silver linear holographic polish and 62 is a nude-ish pink linear holo. Unfortunately, you pretty much have to use their Aqua base or they will clump, wrinkle, and drag. The application is terrible on both. You really need to move quickly to have any hope of a decent end product. I decided to top off my accent nail with a tape mani technique of China Glaze Liquid Leather and the gorgeous holo glitter topper China Glaze Fairy Dust. The lobster had photos are shot with my super vivid setting to show the rainbow best. The others are shot with normal photo settings. Just look at that rainbow! The terrible application is worth the end result, so be patient if you decide to purchase these guys.
Check out the intentional blur here for the gorgeous holoness of Fairy Dust!
What do you think? Do you like the tape mani art? I was pretty pleased with this mani, but the wear time wasn't that awesome on my non-accent nails. I topped the rest off with the lightening bolt later in the week once the tip wear got on my nerves. Like I mentioned before, I purchased the Nfu Ohs at Fabuloustreet. You can purchase both China Glazes at Sally's, Ulta, or where other China Glaze polishes are sold. Neither are discontinued.
Which of your polishes has the worst application?