Monday, February 2, 2009

BLUE OVER A BOY UNDER YEL

For this NOTD I killed two birds with one stone, I used two of my "untrieds". I used Misa's - Blue Over A Boy. I must say when I saw the color in the bottle I was a little disappointed. I just ordered this a few weeks ago, but when I got it, I thought "I picked this color?". However, once on my nails I really liked the color. I did two coats of Blue Over A Boy. This was a really creamy blue. However, if you look at my pinky nail there was some dragging that occurred with this color.







Inside lighting, with NO flash



Inside lighting, WITH flash




Next, I used my new Claire's - Yel. This was the blue based holo glitter filled color. It was way to sheer to use on its own - dang it. I used Yel to layer over the top of Blue Over A Boy. Wow! This looked really good! I'm really getting in to this whole "layering" thing.
SO tell me, what do you all think?


Inside lighting, NO flash

Inside lighting, WITH flash



5 comments:

Nessa said...

Very blue, in a good way! *loves it*

Brooke said...

NESSA - Thanks! I think it is a great summer time shade combo.

Olga said...

Oh yes i know the feeling, i had a "I picked this color?" moment when i tried my OPI Greenwich Village, but i'm thinkin maybe Slime might make it less scary.

Really i tried it once i made myself wear it for three days but i can't get used to it. But i kept it thinking about layering it with somethin else, Slime might be it.

Brooke said...

OLGA - A slimed out Greenwich Village - sounds like a winner to me! I would love to see it, email me a pic of it if you can!

Olga said...

Will do! as soon as i get my bottle of Slime. Sounds funny, i'm getting a bottle of slime!!

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