Black queen

This weeks color for “Lacke in Farbe … und Bunt!” is “schwarz” (black), and while it isn’t one from the Mini LE, it is again a Misslyn polish… 😀

black queen

black queen“black queen” has a black base, but with lots of tiny shimmer bits. You can pretty much spot every color of the rainbow, but the huge amount is purple and blue toned, which gives it more of a cold and icy look. Like most Misslyn polishes – or at least the ones I tend to buy 😉 – it needs a lot of light to show its glow.

Application was easy and flawless. With carefull application one thick coat might be enough to get it fully opaque, though I did two as usual. And in spite of the shimmer and the dark and heavily pigmented color, clean-up didn’t cause any trouble.

black queen

I wanted to show how close to black the polish is in the shadow, and how different in the light, so on the accent nails (thumb and ring finger) I stamped a simple pattern in black on top. It is a very subtle effect, only visible in the right light.

"Lacke in Farbe ... und Bunt!" - last roundBase coat: p2 hands & nails calcium gel
Main color: Misslyn 463 black queen (two coats)
Stamping (accent nails): essence nail art stampy polish 002 stamp me! black with MoYou London Sailor 06 (XL Images)
Top Coat: Seche Vite

6 thoughts on “Black queen

  1. Der ist ja hübsch 🙂
    Schwarz geht meiner Meinung nach immer und in allen Formen und Variationen, kann ja auch sehr elegant wirken 🙂 Und gerade in dieser Jahreszeit passt es gut! Wobei es im Sommer auch ein hübscher , harter Kontrast zur leichten hellen Sommerkleidung sein kann.
    Liebe Grüße, Caline

    • Danke Caline! 🙂
      Ich bin ja ein passionierter Schwarz-Träger, allerdings eher am Körper als auf den Nägeln, die sind dann immer mein Kontrastprogramm. 😀

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