Monday, May 14, 2012

Nailventurous Floam!

Remember that fun "toy" you likely had growing up called "floam"?  Amy from I'm Feeling Nailventurous totally captured the memory of that toy in her amazing polish by the same name.

You have probably heard of this polish by now as it is one of the most sought after indie polishes of the moment.

I wore mine for the first time the other day, and here is the mani I made with it.


To get this look first I painted my nails with two different colors: Orly Glowstick and China Glaze Turned up Turquoise (Thumb, pointer and pinky are Glowstick).  I then added two thin coats of Floam on top, and finished off with matte top coat.  For some reason the second picture appears to not be matte, but it is, I think it's just the way the light was hitting.

I love this polish and it's super fun and bright!  Amy is a fantastic polish mastermind!!

Floam is stocked in Amy's Etsy store (which is currently on a long break), and also from Ninja Polish.  Good luck trying to get your hands on a bottle of this polish because it usually sells out within moments of being restocked!


Do you like Floam?  What is your favorite Indie polish of the moment?



9 comments:

  1. LOVE FLOAM! I just got mine in the mail and am so excited to wear it!

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  2. Floam is so gorgeous! I love it!!

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  3. I was lucky enough to get my hands on a bottle of this stuff, and I love it!! I feel like that character from the Lord of the Rings "my precious!!!" lol

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  4. I just won Floam in a giveaway! I am so excited about it!

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  5. I love my Floam! I also just got 10 Neon Lights from Elemental Styles, which is similar but different colors and I can't wait to try it out.

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  6. Your swatches of floam are my favorite so far!! gorgeous!!

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  7. I love the color it has with different base colors!

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  8. So gorgeous! One day I will own this beauty!

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