Happy Halloween! I did some fun spider webs for today. They didn't turn out as planned. I trimmed down a brush but the lines were still too thick. Something to work on, I guess.
I used Essie No Place Like Chrome with a small striping brush over Wet N Wild On The 101.
Wet N Wild On The 101 is a sheer black with red glitter of different sizes. Layers nicely to get an almost jelly-like appearance and lots of dimension with the glitter. I needed 4-5 coats to get some opacity and in the sunlight, still looks more gray than black, especially at the edges.
|Wet N Wild On The 101, low light|
|Wet N Wild On The 101, sunlight|
|Wet N Wild On The 101, sunlight, see how it looks more gray than black?|
|Wet N Wild On The 101, sunlight. Looks more black in not so bright light except at the edges. Sorry for extraneous glitter, it's hard to clean up!|
With any glitter polish, removal is a hot mess unless you use a peeling basecoat, which I forgot to use since I was so excited to use this polish. Whoops. Clean up is also a nightmare since the glitter is hard to remove. It was beautiful while it lasted!