On my previous post, I showed you the result of nailquake polish, but my pictures weren’t that good, so I made a more detailed post about it.
I bought nailquake back then, among lots of other nail polishes, ‘cause I saw many people use it. I didn’t know we had it here in Greece too, until I saw Veronica wearing it (and with a great success too!). I hadn’t used it till now, and I’m sharing my first experience of it with you.
As I said in my previous post, I opted for a B&W effect, as it was shown in the bottle of it. This is what I used: Seventeen No.103 (white) as a base, Tommy G’s No.2, and of course base coat and top coat, both Artistry’s (by Amway).
I didn’t pay much attention to the details, so I only painted one coat of the white base.
This thing dries super-fast so you must be super quick too. It does a nice crackle effect, which leaves every nail with a unique style. Unfortunately, when it cracked, it took with it some of my base coat too, so it’s not the perfect manicure (It was my first try after all. I’ll try to do it better next time). The good thing is that you can only see this, if you are really close (as in the pictures I took).
I applied one layer of top coat to make the nails glossy, and a second layer, to make them more smooth (because of the cracked polish), and more glossy.
I found this manicure weird, but it gives a nice and special look so I liked it in the end. If you like this effect you should definitely try it. It’s very easy, and you have unique nails in no time. Have you ever tried crackle nail polish? Would you try it if you haven’t?
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