One of my recent shameless nail polish splurges was purchasing a bunch of ILNP’s multichromes. I’m so glad I did, because they’re a gorgeous shifty rainbow feast for the eyes. If your eyes could eat things, they would devour these. Also, it’d be pretty terrifying.
But enough of that nonsense! Look at this pretty thing.
This is two easy peasy fully-opaque coats of ILNP Sirène (H). It’s an impressive multichrome that shows primarily teal and purple, but shifts between greens, blues, and purples, and sometimes gold—you can see the gold on my index finger in the last photo.
Most of ILNP’s multichromes have two versions – the original, with all its shifty goodness, and a holographic (H) version that also has an extra sparkly rainbow kick to it. The sunlight really brings out the holo—unfortunately for my sad little pictures, it’s that time of year when the sun’s only out for a measly couple of hours. No direct sunlight photos for me.
ILNP’s also releasing a collection of multichrome flakie toppers very shortly. If they’re anything like their predecessors, they’re going to be gorgeous.