Below: A close up of the gold shimmer, the only redeeming quality of the color, although the polish itself is a very good formula for lasting wear.
Today was our first of two drawings this month for the Body & Soul June Contest, and the winner is Jo Anne! You can see her lovely nails over in my followers' box where she goes by Jhoannz. I know Jo Anne is someone overseas, but I'm not sure where. Congratulations Jo Anne, I hope you enjoy your 6 BB Couture polishes, Nubar V For Men so you can give your nails a matte look, and the other goodies that will be heading your way!
Today I'll show you one of my 2 CHI polishes, which, although I love this brand, I'm not crazy about this color. I also have one in a frosty white called Ice Queen. These wear like iron, apply well and dry at an average rate. I'd worn the Ice Queen before, but never this one I have on today. It's extremely sheer, although it does have a nice subtle gold shimmer in it. This is 4 coats...did I mention that it was sheer?!! The name, No Attire Required, probably is a reference to the fact that it is a nude, or that your nails still look almost naked even after 4 coats. CHI does make an excellent polish though, with a long-lasting finish. They can be found at some hair salons and online. I got mine at Folica.com many years ago when I ordered my Solia flat iron, which by the way, is still going strong after almost 6 years.