Unfortunately, flakies are sometimes really, really difficult to render nice photos from, but these are pretty enough. Just picture them even prettier in reality.
Mmm. Purple shimmer with fire!
I wish I remembered what base this was, but I don't. All I know is the fire on top is my perhaps very favourite Nfu Oh flakie: number 60.
Green-aqua-blue flakies over green jelly. Jellies like these always come out wonky in photos, color wise, but trust me, this was good in person. Imagine the green jelly a bit deeper, and much less washed out. Generally, flakies over jellies are super cool, especially if the jelly is a glitter. It creates the most amazing effects!
The next manicure gets the honourary spot in this post, with three photos, because it's what I'm wearing today. It's a gazillion times better as I am looking down on my actual nails. And please ignore the shrinkage at the edges. It's been repaired with a light touch up since these photos were taken. Sorry about my sloppyness.
The differences in color is way more obvious in reality. The green is very green, and the blue is very blue, of an aquamarine type hue. The base, Nubar's Passionate Purple, is stunning on it's own, but very blurple. Blurple base, with both blue and pink shimmer and microglitter, but the blue is more prominent. However, you can tell the pink is there in the blurry parts of the sunny photo. Luscious.
Swedish word of the day:
isflak -noun ice floe
They're slowly disappearing...