Hello Lovely Ladies,
It sure seems like eons since I last did a photo spread; many of you have been requesting them, and I enjoy putting them together, but with the winter months upon us, there is literally no daylight when Peter (the mastermind behind the photos ) gets home and I’m a little stumped for indoor ideas.
Even with today’s Cult Nails Flushed photo spread, I tried to balance class and a bit of ‘risque-edgyness” for this Behind Closed Doors shade, and while editing my “main idea” photos left me on the fence of appropriateness, and I chose not to include them.
… so there are a few less photos than I anticipated, but I hope you like them just as much
Cult Nails Flushed is a true blurple (blue/purple) build-able (in two coats for full opacity) sheer with an intense purple/pink shimmer effect that appears to glow through the polish:
You may very well be aware of the rave reviews of Max Factor Fantasy Fire… well, Flushed is much prettier in my opinion. Not only is Flushed much more opaque but it is warmer-toned.
Flushed is an attention seeking shade with a demure ‘blushing’ quality
(photo credit: WarmuzPhotography.com! Follow on Facebook)
Want a closeup? Well… OK
Even if you are not into wearing deep/dark blues, the shimmer in this polish will totally win your heart over… did I also mention how perfectly this polish applies? (for my photos I applied one coat of Flushed over Essie Bobbin for Baubles)
So, as I’ve mentioned my “my idea” was scrapped during the editing phase… but I thought I’d add some humour… and pose with some balls?
(Christmas Balls that is… )
I will leave you with one more photo of Flushed, a must have shade from this collection and a frontrunner for my favourite shades of 2012!
So there you have it. Flushed, a blush worthy, stunning shade with so much character (ready to be admired close up and from afar).
I’m off to ponder more photo-spread ideas… hopefully it won’t be that long of a wait for the next one.
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Did you get any shades from the Cult Nails “Behind Closed Doors” collection?
What are your thoughts on this polish?
THANK YOU FOR READING!