Featuring the full set of Opallac’s Sheers Collection in current posts. This one is called Fluffy Bunny. Can I just say how much I love the name of this one? It’s hard to pick because I really do love sheer polishes, but I think this gel has to be my favourite of the trio. It’s the perfect sheer white. Soft, subtle, sexy.
The full details and description of this gel polish is listed below the images in The Rundown section.
Fluffy Bunny! [Last updated September 2020]
I really love white polishes because they’re clean looking and so handy. And I like variations on a theme. You know, off-white, transparent whites, opaque whites, cool and warm whites… Catch my drift. So obviously this opal white finish was going to be a favourite!
I really enjoy these colours as a bit of a palate cleanser from wearing bright and bold colours or darks. And the beauty with this one is that it’s layerable and looks amazing with various types of nail art. The fact that all of these are sheer means that you can sandwich things like glitter and flowers beneath the layers can still see the effect. This is really handy for things like gemstone and marbled rock style nails.
I hope you enjoyed Opallac Fluffy Bunny – Gel Polish Swatch photos.
Name: Fluffy Bunny – available here or at Priceline (AU) online & in select stores
Collection: Sheer Collection
Colour (or family): White
Type & Finish: Sheer Crème
Size: 7.5ml / 0.25oz
Formula & Application notes:
Smooth and glossy this is also 3 thin coats. It looks awesome done in 2 coats but as my nails are quite long, I didn’t want that much visible nail line to show in the swatches for these shades.
I had no trouble with proper curing, and the formula is thin and buildable, so you can control the amount of opacity for your desired look and preferences.
This collection has 3 polishes which can be purchased singularly or in the trio set.
More info for this above. But it’s a necessary shade for you white and nail art loving types!
Essie Marshmallow, a favourite regular polish.
(all links and information correct at time of publishing)