Saturday, 8 March 2014

Graffiti Effect Top Coat (Street Artist)


Hi everyone!

Today I have the Street Artist effect top coat by Maybelline Color Show for you!
I got this polish from my friends as a birthday present (yes, they do know what I love most - polish!) and I was eager to try it out.

There are four colours in the Street Artist line, and I got Boombox Black. I paired it with OPI's Amazing California Love because I was in the mood for something bright :)


Boombox Black has two colours in it: black and a lime green. At first I thought it was white, but no, it's a light lime green colour. The polish has little black and green bars, some very small circles, and some bigger hexagon shaped things.

This polish gives the effect of graffiti, and I must say that when I have it on my nails it looks so cool! It almost looks like I have painted a wall at home in black and lime green and some of the paint has splattered onto my nails, if you know what I mean :)


I have three coats of Amazing California Love on and two coats of Boombox Black. I did have to move around the circles a bit and re-place them farther away from each other, because otherwise there were a lot of them bundled all together, and I had to fish a bit for the big hexagons. But I didn't mind that at all.

The tricky part about this polish was to get it off, though! But then again, all glitter polishes or special top coat polishes are difficult to remove, so it was to be expected.

That's it, thanks for reading you lovely people! And thank you friends for giving me this great polish ;)

10 comments:

Ela said...

So great that you mixed that top coat with red (almost red) color! Such an interesting combo:) Very unique:)

Robin said...

Thank you! This polish is my favourite flashy pink at the moment :)

Manases Andrea said...

Looks great, I think the combination is very pretty!

Robin said...

Thank you! :)

Lisas Nails said...

This is a lovely combo. Love that graffiti polish its on my to buy list :D

Robin said...

Thank you! I hope you enjoy it when you get it! The graffiti effect is super cool :)

Claudia C. said...

I love your nails, are so cute..and the model looks amazing :)

Robin said...

Thank you!

panda polish said...

I saw your guest post over at the nail snail and had to come comment real quick. You youngsters are putting me to shame ;) Your pictures are great (something I am hoping to improve on when I get a new camera!) and I don't know how you maintain that nail shape/length. Gorg!

Robin said...

Thank you so much! I'm glad you like my pictures (I have my boyfriend to thank for that because he always lets me borrow his awesome camera to be honest haha) :)

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