Here is a bit of crazy nail art I did using Picture Polish Never Nude. Rather that going for something delicate, which is really what never nude is all about, I chose to highlight the two feature colours in the polish, and do a bit of colour explosion from there.
Obviously the two feature colours in the polish are turquoise and purple, in the form of small hex glitters, so taking those two colours I did some bi-colour stamping. I used two stamping polishes from Mundo de Unas (although I don't know the specific nails of them), and as I did this nail art back in November when we returned from our vacation, I don't even recall what stamping plate it was - sorry.
Look, I found a new background for this pose, our pool. I love the effect rippling water makes with light.
Here are some swatches of Never Nude on it's own. Created by Canadian blogger, Will Paint Nails for Food, Never Nude has a very pale ivory white nude base, on me it leans ever so slightly pink, but I've seen other swatches where it looks more yellow, I guess it's a skin tone and lighting thing.
There is lots of purple and blue shimmery sparkly as well as turquoise and purple hex glitters. Because of the sheer creamy jelly base, this does need three coats, and even then I still had a very slight visible nail line in the fun sun.