First I tried it with Finger Paint’s Studio Ruby-O (a hot pink with shimmer) as a base. It looked ok, but it lacked opalescence.Then I tried it on its own, again it lacked depth.Next I tried it over Orly’s Liquid Vinyl (super shiny black creme). It still didn’t pop.Finally I gave up and put Nfu.Oh’s 45 over it.59 looks pretty in the bottle, but I can’t figure out what to pair it with to be happy with it.Any thoughts?
Nfu.Oh’s 59 and 45.
Nfu.Oh’s 45 is gorgeous! The bottle itself looks like it’s glowing.45 is a vibrant reddish-orange with reddish-orange flakes.
OMG I love how bright and pretty my toes look!
On my toes:1. China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat2. Nfu.Oh 45 – 2 coats3. China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat
Main Color:1. China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat2. Orly Liquid Vinyl – 2 coats3. China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat4. Nfu.Oh 595. Nfu.Oh 456. China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat
Ring Fingers: (I can’t visibly tell a difference in my fingers at the moment)1. China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat2. Orly Liquid Vinyl – 2 coats3. China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat4. Nfu.Oh 45 – 2 coats5. China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat
Needless to say after hours of trying to get my nails to look fuchsia with 59 and not really being satisfied with the results, I gave up and decided to enjoy 45.
Out of all my Nfu.Oh polishes, only 59 has been a disappointment. And I’m hoping that I can somehow figure out how to salvage it and turn it into something I love. So suggestions are welcome!
Tags: Nail Polish
I just (today) did Nfu-Oh #59 over brown and it looks beautiful. It doesn’t look like magenta or pink AT ALL though. It’s more like a glowing amber look (will post pics tomorrow). I think the base in that one must be really sheer.
I agree with you that it’s not one of the Nfu must haves.
Hi Pixie!It’s definitely an odd color.