Hi my lovelies. So, today is a pretty crappy day here in the UK, it is gale force winds outside and has been dark sense 2pm here...which made me worry about being able to photograph Bisbee for you...until i bought out my light box...i annoyed with myself for not using this as much as i should because the pictures turned out wicked!
So today as i say, i have Bisbee for you. I'm sure any nail enthusiast knows how hard this polish is to come by....gold dust it is, and i was super super excited to snag one when they were restocked, and today it turned up.
Now i always promised to be honest so here goes. I LOVE it...and hate it at the same time. I adore the colour, it is amazing and i for sure don't own a dupe for this, i liked the fact the colour built up nicely. I had it pretty opaque in 3 coats...although i still have a slight VNL...but i just couldn't face another coat. I also loved the mix of glitters used, they really compliment the polish well...it is beautiful and very very interesting to look at and the more i look at it the more i love it.....but.....
I have to say the glitters were a complete pain in the ass to control on this one. They just didn't lay as flush to the nail as i like, and after 3 good coats i just didn't feel i could apply anymore for fear it would look far to thick on the nail. When the polish was dry(ish) i was still lightly patting the sticky out glitters down. I could imagine this would be a real challenge for a newbie to apply, thankfully i have the experience and tools to make this work.
After i applied 2 coats of my trusty seche vite it made a world of difference to the overall look and i fell in love head first, as you can see it really is stunning. I'm not saying the issue i had is true of all of the bottles...i may have just got a duff one...but i will soon find out as when Llarowe restocked the other day i got another bottle for reserves as you can never usually get it easily. I love Hare polish, and will continue to love her polishes and for all the effort to apply this, i adore it enough for it all to be worth it!