So purdy! But is it a brown? Let's look closer.
This is three coats of Jindie Nails Clyde, one of a two polish Bonnie and Clyde collection. It was fully opaque at two coats, but you know me, it is all about the depth when it comes to flakies and glitter, so I threw another coat on for good measure. Technically, this is not a brown, it is a black jellie filled with lots of gorgeous flakies and shimmer, which give it a brown tinge.
Look at those flakies! I love me some flakies! There are bronze gold and copper flakies, plus pink glitter. The pink was shy for the camera, but you cans just barely see them on my index in the flash bottle pic above. This polish takes my breath away!
Next I stamped with GALS GA44 and Revlon Star Attraction, an antique copper magnetic polish.
What it ended up doing was making it look like the design was etched, even with top coat.
I loved the etched effect, even though it wasn't what I had in mind. I did some test stamping and had a polish that was copper colored....don't remember now what it was....but must have confused which polish was which and ended up with this instead. Happy mistake!
I am posting a lot more flash pics than I usually do because it really shows off the flakies. Get ready for the pic spam!
Yep, the stone tells the whole story. Thanks for visiting and commenting!