NOTD: Tickle My France-y with Golden Enchantment

5 years ago

I got the OPIs Best of the Best collection this week, so I desperately wanted to try out one of the colors. At first I tried making French nail with Alpine Snow and Bubble bath on my nail, but I was not feeling like having French manicure. I wanted something even more subtle, so I decided to try Tickle My France-y with China Glazes Golden Enchantment to give it a little pop.

What I did:
I cleaned my nails carefully with Maybelline Express Nail Polish Remover and cotton pads. I filed my nails into shape and buffed them with buffer file. As a base coat, I used Sally Hansens Diamond Base and Top coat. Then, I added two layers of OPIs Tickle My France-y and one coat of China Glazes Golden Enchantment. Lastly, I finished the manicure with a layer of Sally Hansens Diamond Base and Top Coat and cleaned any mistakes I made.

In my eyes, OPIs Tickle My France-y is a really interesting color. Its a bit sheer light rosy taupe color, which makes it a great nude color for whole nail, but not for French manicure. China Glazes Golden Enchantment is perhaps not match with OPIs Tickle My France-y because of having hologlitter, but it was the only golden glitter polish I had. Any golden or coppery glitter polish with small and unicolor glitter would look better on Tickle my France-y. However, I like this look on my nails, as it is quite neutral, but not boring.

<strong>Do you own OPIs Tickle My France-y or China Glazes Golden Enchantment? How do you use them?</strong>

(Picture is mine. Please do not use!)

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