Dotty Skittlette

The other day I once again needed something quick and easy on my nails and I also wanted to use couple untried polishes for a manicure. Skittlette is always an easy way to include more than one untried polish in a manicure, so it suited my purposes perfectly. 

I used two coats of Dance Legend Termo 162 on my thumb, index and pinky nails and three coats of Zoya Bar for my middle finger nails. For my ringer fingers I first did the base with Essie Blanc (two coats) and then I did some dots using of course a dotting tool and the same polishes from Dance Legend and Zoya. Finally I just added a coat of top coat over everything.

I've had that Dance Legend Termo 162 for a while and I actually bought it second-handed and it's supposed to change color depending on temperature or the warmth of your hands and fingers, but it didn't have such a strong color changing effect anymore. There was still somewhat visible change from pink to purple-ish shade, but I think I prefered the pink look anyhow, so I didn't mind that the polish didn't change the color so much.

Zoya Bar is the other polish in this manicure that I hadn't tried before. I bought this one also a while ago hoping that it would be the perfect nude texture polish for me, but unfortunately it looks a bit too yellow on me for my liking. Nonetheless it's a gorgeous polish and I'm pretty sure it would look perfect with slightly different skintone. I used three coats of Bar for my manicure and I wanted to make it look a bit more sparkly, so I added a coat of top coat over it. It's such a chunky textured polish, that the one coat of top coat doesn't take away the texture effect but it makes the glitters shine a bit more.


Overall this was pretty basic manicure, but I still very much enjoyed wearing it for few days!



Products used for this manicure
Base coat: Sally Hansen Nail Rehab
Polishes: Dance Legend Termo 162 (2 coats), Zoya Bar (3 coats), Essie Blanc (2 coats)
Top coat: Glisten&Glow HK Girl
Others: dotting tool

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