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Review: Nail-venturous Humblebee

It sometimes takes me a few goes to find the right complement to a polish.  I'll try a few different combinations and it just won't be quiiiiiiite right.  I've had Nailventurous (now Ninja Polished owned) Humblebee sitting on my desk for a few weeks now and I've tried a bright background, a black background and a few others and nothing would both go with the glitter and not swamp the black.  The other night I thought I'd give it a shot with a similar lime green - Revlon Zealous - and I FINALLY feel happy with the combination :D

To start, I added two coats of Revlon Zealous, a yellowy lime green polish with a gold shimmer.  It's a super pretty polish on it's own but you'd probably need three coats as it's a tiny bit sheer.  Next, on with two coats of Humblebee.  Omg I love this polish so much.  It's a mixture of yellow-lime-green matte and black glitter.  I mean, come on, that's amazing.  The glitter is ever-so-slightly more yellow than Zealous and together they enhance each other, being very interesting to look at.







The Verdict: Hur hur Maru is wet.  None of my friends are online so I'm telling you, dammit.  Also, yay radioactive robin egg nails!

The Polishes:

  • Revlon Zealous, various locations
  • Nail-venturous Humblebee, ninjapolish.com.  They're out of stock now but the email button works, it's how I got this bottle :)

Comments

  1. You could pass this off as zombie-ish during Halloween too =D

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  2. Oh my god it looks like black mold. That is so gross!!

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  3. Such an interesting colour combination! I think it looks pretty cool :)

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