Saturday, July 21, 2012

Nevermore is Phenominal

Originally, my go to one coat black polish is a England Camelot.  However I've found I've been shying away from using black bases because I don't want to use it up.  It can be sold out often on web sites and so I was afraid to use up all of my precious.

So when I heard Cult Nails Nevermore was an equally awesome black, I picked it up during one of their $5.00 sales (which are awesome, seriously, follow them on Facebook to be sure you know when they are coming!).

This polish most definitely delivered.  A one coat black, with ease of application AND fantastic shine.  One top I put one coat of HITS Phenomena Moonbow, a gorgeous color shifting glitter top coat.  There are so many different colors that flash in this manicure, I can't even tell you!  

Fantastic pairing and with 2 simple, easy to apply coats I was base coat to top coat done in 20 min!  (For me?  This is good, usually I spend more time cleaning up my nails than painting them!).

Sun:



Shade trying to show off some of the colors more:

Close Up!


 The amazing Nevermore on its own

You can purchase HITS through Ninja Polish.  Cult Nails can be purchased on their website

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6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Moonbow looks familiar. Do you know if it's similar to any of the Ozotic Elytras?

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    1. It is similar to Ozotic 528, but Moonbow is more dense. You can see a comparison here (I don't have Ozotic 528) http://thepolishhaven.blogspot.com/2012/04/hits-phenomena-and-ozotic-elytra.html

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  2. I freaking LOVE black polish, and one named after a line in The Raven is a must have in my book. The glitter's nice, too, but that black... yumm. :D

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    1. Yes, I'm a sucker for a good one coater black. Love them!

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  3. This is such a stunning combination! All of the colors in the glitter are so pretty!

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    1. And they shift too depending on the angle and the light!

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