OPI Pirouette My Whistle, Skittles Swatch Part 2
Hello! If you missed part 1 click here! I’m not going to say anything else about Pirouette My Whistle (PMW) because it’s all in part 1. But I will say that I love it and I will be using it again in a post, who knows when though?
So here’s the right hand! PMW is 2 coasts on all nails with Sally Hansen Intsa Dri Topcoat. Sorry about the middle finger I was already beyond frustrated to fix it!
Kleancolor Melon Green is 3 coats. Kind of frosty builds nicely.
3 coats of Sinful Colors Secret Admirer. This doesn’t dry real fast but it doesn’t take forever. 2 coats probably would have been fine. I’m not exactly sure what I was thinking when I choose this. Individually this is different from a regular black because it’s loaded with very fine silver glitter that is just a tiny bit smaller then the silver in the in PMW. So is basically the same as my other index finger just a bit more silver glitter. 😛
Revlon Minted is in 3 coats. This is another polish that likes to bald badly. So I ended up putting the last coat thick. So apparently while picturing the left hand first I must have pressed it to hard into the camera. I was pretty sure it was dry and since I already had to monkey with it just to get it on the nail in the first place I didn’t want to go through another headache to fix it. Pretty much the same as SC Unicorn on the middle finger, left hand.
3 coats of SC Nirvana. It seems like a few of the SC’s like to bald and never dry. This one isn’t as bad as Unicorn but you have to carefully lay it on thick.
3 coats of SC Ruby Ruby. I pretty good formula especially compared to the majority of the other SC’s I used for this swatching.
I hope you enjoyed the swatches of PMW.
Posted on Thu, 26Apr 2012, in Black, Brown, Glitter, Green, Nail Polish & Nail Art, OPI, Red, Revlon, Sinful Colors, Swatches and tagged kleancolor melon green, lacquer, nail polish, opi pirouette my whistle, revlon minted, sinful colors nirvana, sinful colors ruby ruby, sinful colors secret admirer, white glitter. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.