CHAMELEON HOLO MIRROR NAILS ✨ Born Pretty Store Peacock Powder ✨ Review

CHAMELEON HOLO MIRROR NAILS ✨ Born Pretty Store Peacock Powder ✨ Review


Hi everyone! I’m Dóra, welcome back to my channel! Today I’m going to show you how to make this multichrome holographic mirror manicure with regular nail polish! I made it with this peacock chameleon holo powder from Born Pretty Store. You can use my 10% off code for it on bornprettystore.com the code is: KHSQ10 Th pigment comes in 8 colors I got a LG-10 which shifts from pink to green. The container is sealed and it comes in your ziplock pouch. The pigment looks like this, and it’s really shiny even in a container! You can use it with gel polish or regular nail polish. I used it with a black nail polish, This is Dance Legend Glitter Base in Black which dries to a tacky finish, similar to no-wipe gel. I applied it in two coats and when it was dry I picked up a little powder, and rubbed it onto my nail, and I polished it to make it shiny and mirror-like. After that I brushed off the excess. Then I used a waterbased topcoat, this is essence metal shock water-based topcoat because regular topcoat ruins the mirror finish This is how it looks in flashlight. And after that I applied my regular quick drying top coat And with that it is done. Ddo you like it?
What do you think? I think it looks best over a black base, but I tried it over gel and regular nail polish as well The pigment has a full coverage, so it won’t matter what’s the base color, and I think that they look exactly the same over gel and nail polish base! I tested it out on swatchsticks. So it really works well with nail polish as well. This is how it looks in sunlight And this is in daylight, shade Here are my swatchsticks This is in direct light And here you can see the chrome chameleon effect more Everything used in this video will be listed in the description box down below, as well as my other social media handles and discount codes for you! If you enjoyed this video please subscribe and give it a like! Thanks for watching, and I will see you in the next video. Bye-bye!

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