So I spent hours attempting to paint my nails last night, but no matter what I did, I couldn’t get Nfu.Oh’s 59 to stand out.
59 looks like a dark magenta pink to me. I have NEVER repainted my nails so many times in one night!

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 Coat
2. Nfu.Oh 45 – 2 coats
3. China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat

Main Color:
1. China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat
2. Orly Liquid Vinyl – 2 coats
3. China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat
4. Nfu.Oh 59
5. Nfu.Oh 45
6. 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 Coat
2. Orly Liquid Vinyl – 2 coats
3. China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat
4. Nfu.Oh 45 – 2 coats
5. 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!

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