Here is the Opallac Candyman Can Gel Polish Swatch. This bright green is perfect for St Patrick’s Day. Let’s take a look…
How delightful is this green? I realise some of you aren’t “green” people (no, not “green people”) but I love certain greens. Some more than others, but they represent love and nature and have a nice calming effect. Not so much Pantone’s Greenery, as shades like Mint and Aqua or this type of hue. What about you?
Formula & Application notes:
Smooth and glossy like most of the other creams I’ve shown so far, this is 2 thin coats. You could do 3 but I found 2 optimum. No hassles with the opacity, I found it quite pigmented. It was very glossy once top coated, as reflected by the shadows of my surrounds.
This shade would look great mattified also. Changing the finish is just one thing you can easily do with gel polish to mix it up a bit, if you have a tendency to get bored of your nails quicker than 2 weeks as many claim to. It gives it a whole new look and feel. And because, c’mon, MATTE ROCKS!!
This is a handy colour to have in the arsenal. It can be obviously worn alone or come in handy for using with gel nail art that involves leaves, vines, or forest themes. It’s a nice and vibrant shade, almost neon, so it would match well with the other Opallac neons like Go Gaga, Fluro This, and even the white French Affair (as I’ll show you in the art). I’ll be using it as a vibrant St. Patrick’s Day green inspired mani, so keep a look out for that one.
None spring to mind.