Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Nubar Gold Feather

Hello!!  I'm trotting out another Christmas present today.  Nubar is a brand I'm not too familiar with, only that Reclaim is a sick green holo and that they have some really cool duochromes.  (Is it cool to say sick when you're not a skateboarder and you're in your thirties?) I asked for a few for Christmas, and C obliged.  This is Gold Feather.





I have such a weakness for these caramel golds with creamed honey finishes.  I have two other colors similar to this one, an indie from Polished Components that I believe is discontinued, and L'Oreal The Temptress's Power.  Gold Feather is the best of the three, the most opaque and the most duochrome.  But maybe you can't even call it that-- the base doesn't really change its color, but the irridescence becomes more pronounced at different angles.  Sometimes it's a bright gold sheen, sometimes it's a flash of chartreuse, and sometimes it's the palest blue.  The formula's great, too, not too thin, super easy to work with.  I used two coats here.  I think I like this Nubar stuff.

Thanks for reading! ♥
  

16 comments:

  1. Lovely nails you have today, a usual Liesl!

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    1. Lol, not bad for being done when I should have been asleep, ehh? ;)

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  3. It's subtle, but interesting! Love it! :-)

    ~ Yun

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    1. Exactly! I just think the irridescense is fascinating, lol.

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  4. Hi Liesl, pretty, pretty, pretty!!!! This looks soooooo great on you <3 and as always awesome post

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  5. This is a very unique polish IMO...and of course it is gorgeous! I might have to give Nubar a try one of these days! :)

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    1. You should! They have so many gorgie colors. I spent some time perusing swatches last night and adding to my wishlist :)

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  6. Wow, that is such a pretty "new neutral" for 2013!

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    1. Isn't it pretty? I feel like colors like this are far too often overlooked.

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