Category Archives: Nfu Oh
Today’s mani is inspired by “The Polished Perfectionist” Amy Grace. Thanks to Amy I believe I will HAVE to have Nfu Oh JS17 *drool*
Anyways, the first pic is seven layers ending with OPI. The second is eight layers deep alternating JS 24 and OPI Pirouette My Whistle.
Ohhh isn’t that yummy?!
So lately I’ve been trying to hunt down a blue-green flakie since the flakies I do have are nearly identical and are the orange-yellow-green type. In addition to my Jellies js-24 and js-31 I bought this from fabuloustreet.com, Nfu Oh 50! So they have lots of awesome flakies and quite a few with blue-green flakies I just love the lilac base in this.
I’ve put this over a couple of the Maybelline Color Show polishes I posted a few days ago.
I didn’t picture it on the Candy Crush because it basically disappeared. I forgot that I didn’t have a picture of Twilight Rays with 50….Which is too bad because it looks sooooooo cool together!
Nfu Oh 50 is in one coat over these. Has good coverage and isn’t really thick. Has a topcoat on and just so much better IRL.
Hi hi hi. Today I have another Nfu Oh from their Jelly Syrup series, JS31.
I so love JS31. Just like JS24, the formula is very good, not runny or thick! As said before- these are jellies so if you have a huge crack as I do on my ring finger, you will see it- probably better then if you had no polish. BUT I love this blue!
Again – showing 1, 2 and 3 coats.
Hello! So this is a straight up swatch of Nfu Oh JS24 (from the Jelly Syrup series) on its own, no nail art.
Js24 is in 3 coats in these photos. Rather pinkish with some blueish tones. No topcoat! LOOK AT THAT!! I ♥ it. This polish may bald in spots. I can’t remember if I mentioned this before but these can turn out really good if you’re not too heavy handed with them. After playing around with it a bit it was quite easy to get the hang of. Good formula though not runny or thick. If you wear this on its own you will see every imperfection on the nail. You may notice a long crack on the tip of my nail on the very first picture.
Just a refresher on how this looks when its layered in 1, 2 and 3 coats.