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Mani Week Day #4 – @funlacquer Cinnamon

April 7, 2021

Welcome to seven (7) days of manicures! I have been obsessed with painting my nails at home, so I saved up photos of what’s been on my nails over the past few months to post for an entire week! If this series goes well, I will absolutely plan to do it again in the future – so let me know if you like it!

What’s on my nails:

🔘 Base coat: @orly Bonder ($10 for .6 ounces –

⚫️ Grips nail lacquer to the nail surface for lasting adhesion

🔘 Color: @funlacquer Cinnamon ($13.50 for .4 ounces –

⚫️ Described as a “…delicious dark brown linear holographic nail polish. Jam packed with 100% pure holographic pigment.”

🔘 Top coat: @sechenails Dry Fast Top Coat ($9.95 for .5 ounces –

⚫️ When you apply it to your nail color it penetrates all the way down to the nail bed to create a bond so strong that you can truly forget about your nail color chipping or peeling

My verdict?

This shade is gorgeous! I love dark nail polishes and I love sparkle, so the fact that this combined two (2) of my obsessions made it hard to resist picking up! Where I struggle is with the brush. I am nowhere near a professional manicurist, so I need all the help I can get. With a lighter polish, not having the perfect brush makes it easier to hide my imperfect application. With a very dark polish, it’s impossible to do so. The formula was also a bit thick and the longevity wasn’t what I have grown accustomed to with the other brands. So, do I still think this shade is stunning? Yes! Will I be decluttering it to make room for something new? Also yes. I do have other polishes from @funlacquer though that I won’t be decluttering, so I still recommend the brand if you’re curious!

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