Tried another set on nail vinyls I was sent for testing. This one is still in the making. Will update vinyl details when available. I tried to apply polish directly but it leaked under the vinyl so I redid with sponging a gradient and it turned out well but not as crisp as I would have liked.
Base: China glaze Electric nights Daisy know my name? and Go with the flow on maybelline porcelain party
Sponged ChG home sweet house music with the base of adjacent finger on vinyls
This is a new one for me. I tried stain glass colours on a base of silver glitter and the effect looked very nice and shiny. I kept the plain base for a couple of days which is why you can see the edges of the nails have started to show. These colours are very versatile you can thin with using water and also get a nice tint effect and fill in your designs using lead light technique too.
Base: Small silver glitter polish (local unbranded)
Fevicryl Stain glass colours applied using a flat paint brush 2-3 coats
This whole mani had a very duo-chrome effect with the stamping polish looking different and merging into the base in shade. I matted out the base and I got a nice effect that gives the depth and some highlights as the stamping polish is metallic.
As i said in my review M-polish does not stink like wall paints and are very efficient as stamping polishes. Hottie is a metallic orange shade (on the lines of copper but less red). Hottie would have shown very well on dark shades but I wanted to experiment how it shows up on non-dark shades. And its definitely versatile.