Nothing To Disclose Yes, today's post does feature Shu Cream. What in the world is Shu Cream? In real life, Shu Cream is a Japanese desert similar to a cream puff. In the nail world, it's a nail polish from Nanacoco. Never heard of either until recently (read: just now)? You're welcome for this installment of fun facts.
Nanacoco Shu Cream is a translucent tan jelly base with different size white, copper, and silver glitter throughout.
Because the color is so sheer, I decided to layer it over OPI My Vampire is Buff before adding the embellishments I bought on eBay.
The diamond ring shaped gold pieces have all of the same qualities of the Hello Kitty pieces I used last week; very malleable and easy to cut.
I intended to glue the pyramid spikes to the back of my cell phone case--hence why they're so large--but after that so-called life proof case broke after falling the short distance from my bed to my carpeted floor, that ended up being a no go.
I've never seen Nanacoco nail polish in any store before so score for my local beauty supply! They also have Essie for $4 and OPI for $5 so what's not to love right? Right!
Will you be adding some Shu Cream to your life? Either lacquer or desert? Chime in.
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Oh! I almost forgot, if you run out and pick up the November 2013 issue of Nailpro Magazine you'll see a familiar
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