Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Experiment: Orly Bonder + INM Out The Door

I recently purchased Orly Bonder and INM Out the door topcoat on Ebay. I read alot of good reviews about them so I wanted to try them out. I think you can find Orly polishes in nail salons in Belgium, but I don't know if you can find the INM topcoat anywhere. Instead of looking for them, I just went for the easy way and bought them online. For the Orly Bonder I paid €7.18 ($9), the INM topcoat was €5.97 ($7.49) (both prices include shipping costs), and I don't think I would be able to find them much cheaper.

So here are some pictures of the bottles

Now, as I've mentioned before, I usually don't wear a manicure for a long time. Since I have exams coming up, I dont have time to change up my manicure alot. So I figured that's a good opportunity to see how well these two last.

I painted my nails last night with one coat of Orly Bonder, two coats of Catrice's Lucky in lilac (bottle below), topped with one coat of the INM topcoat. I added a subtle (read: barely noticable, lol) detail on my ring finger using one of the designs on the Konad plate m26 (design nr. 3 on the picture), using My Little Orchid from Essence (LE from the Returnt to paradise collection)

Some pictures of what I used

And here are the pictures from last night.

Only had this on for one day so I didn't bother taking pictures. But so far no chipping or tip wear. I'm planning on leaving the polish on till next tuesday, which is the day of my last exam. That way I won't be able to spend time on my nails and I'll know what it will look like after a week. I'll probably post an update on friday or saturday.

Another tutorial coming up tomorrow!

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