Antique Filigree on Picture Polish Ornate

January 14, 2017 Setu 0 Comments

Hello Girls, I am swatching Picture Polish Ornate today along with a nail art that is no less classy the Ornate itself. It is a collaboration shade with 'A Lacquered Affair'. It is a warm mute plum crelly with lots of gold, bronze hexes and glitters. It also has magenta hexes which makes this polish even more adorable.

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The formula is classic PP, two coats and a top coat. It exudes richness and royalty both in the bottle and on the nails. It looks different when viewed in different light. When I clicked in articial light it looked darker dusty muted plum, maybe a little taupe too.

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But when I clicked the next day in sunlight, the color like blossomed to a much lively plum purple. It looked amazing both ways. So how and where you click, will determine what you see.


Having said how royal yet classy the polish is, I had to think of a nail art with no less status. Initially I thought stamping with Gold, which will be best and bright. But it's a no brainer right?


When I closely looked at my nails they looked like an antique peice of beauty. So I picked up a lovely filigree image from BPL016 , which is my most used stamping plate. I don't know how many times I keep coming back to it. You can buy it here and enjoy a 10% off with code HQBQ10.


I wanted the mani to look a royal antique beauty. For stamping I used MDU Caramel, it just looked as soft and rich. The nails looked exactly how I wanted, a peice of beauty and class. What do you say?