Could you tell there was a wee bit of sun in the top photo?! Guess how happy that made Swedish nail bloggers!
In the bottle, Last Friday Night looked really plastic and a bit insane, in a bad way. However, on the nail, it's made of WIN. Shown is three coats, just like in the skittles post. Even though it isn't very flattering on nails suffering from discoloration, the glitter itself is very nice and of a kind I really appreciate. It's iridescent. I happen to love iridescence. Though I know many of you will oppose to it, I had no trouble surviving the sheerness, even if this wasn't my favourite manicure ever, or even in the top 20. Or 30... Or 40?
When I was wearing it, I was thinking that it should actually had been a part of a Holiday collection instead. This shade does not make me think of whatever might have happened last Friday night. It doesn't remind me of parties. Nor does it make me consider romantic outbursts. Not even snuggling up in the couch at home. Not that I know what else people may do on their Friday nights, but seriously. No, what it does remind me of is a snow globe. A cold and stormy one. In fact, I think this polish should have been named Snowstorm or even Magic Snowstorm, or maybe Fairytale Snowstorm or something similarily nerdy.
I do feel like this glitter is very useful though, and layered on top of something that allows the iridescence to blossom at its fullest, it will be great. Anne of Nailtastic has showed us this one layered on a couple of nails.
Maybe this one isn't really something to write home about, but it's still, in my opinion, the second most interesting shade of the Katy Perry collection...
Swedish word of the day:
snöglob -noun snow globe
Makes sense, doesn't it?