Polish Name: Nfu Oh 61
Size: 17 mL / 0.6 oz
Brand: Nfu Oh
This product contains no toluene, DBP or added formaldehyde.
About Nfu Oh: Nfu Oh is one of our most requested brands, they are best known for their Flakies and Holographic polishes. Within minutes of announcing we were bringing them on the comments started pouring in: "Amazing News" - Sophie, "Yesssssssss" - Nathalie, "Yaaaaaay!!!! This is fabulous news!" - Jola...more
Tip: Nfu Oh Aqua Base basecoat is recommended when applying holographic polishes. It will prevent your holographic polish from chipping while increasing its holographic effects. It allows holographic polish to go on evenly and smoothly, preventing bald spots. Polish will appear more opaque on the nail allowing you to apply less coats.
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Posted by Unknown on 6th Apr 2013
This polish is mesmerizing! I find it looks better under I side lighting, but that may be because its been cloudy. Everyone who's seen this on my nails has been amazed, it's so holographic
The application however, leaves something to be desired. You have to be careful not to go over the same spot once you apply the nail polish or else it goes patchy, I ended up using four coats to get an even later. And DO NOT USE A BASE COAT!!!! I tested it over a base and it went horribly patchy! A top coat seemed to make it nicer though, contrary to what I've heard.
I haven't tried it with the aqua base, but it's still gorgeous without!
Posted by lola on 21st Dec 2012
I would have given this 5 stars if it didn't need aqua base to keep bald patched from coming up, but it is oh so very shiny. I just got the Milani 3d holos and they rely ob glitter and a pinch of other scattered an linear holo to e so pretty. Compare a scattered holo to a TRUE linear one like NFUOH you will see an amazing difference.
Posted by Tee on 2nd Nov 2012
Wow! I used the Aqua Base and added a stamp on top of this polish. The stamped image took forever to dry on top (I've done the same design on top of other polishes regularly, so it actually was something about the holo polish), but totally worth it. Chips like mad (worse than anything I've ever seen) without a topcoat. I first tried it without topcoat because I'd heard it dulls the finish, but that was not the case. It goes on easily, and it was so gorgeous I could not stop staring at my nails. Can't wait to try out some other colours!
Posted by Unknown on 30th Oct 2012
Love! Love this polish. Yes you do need the aqua base. It met every expectation I had. My only complaint is that it chips/wears off extremely easy! I was touching up/re-painting every day.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Sep 2012
Very nice application, works better if you have the aqua base, dries very fast, beautiful color
Posted by Unknown on 26th Aug 2012
Would like to try the other colors on this series too
Posted by Stefanie McMullen on 26th Aug 2012
I am sooooo in LOVE! This polish is amazing! I had zero application problems with it. The effect truly is amazing even in less than wonderful light conditions. That being said, using the Aqua Base is an absolute must if you want the most out of this nail polish.
Posted by Taryn on 23rd Aug 2012
This is an INCREDIBLE polish. The holo effect is amazing! When applied with the Aqua Base, I didn't find application to be a problem at all. The key is to use the Aqua Base, paint your first coat, and use the Aqua Base in between subsequent coats. With two layers of Aqua Base and two layers of 61, my nails looked amazing!
I also love the it's not a glitter - removing this polish is not NEARLY as horrifying as I was anticipating.
Posted by Louise on 14th Aug 2012
Love it! The holographic effect shows up beautifully.
The only reason I didn't give it the full five stars was even after 3 coats there were still some light bald spots. I easily corrected this, to my liking, by adding a plain silver coat of a polish, before 2 coats of the NfuOh 61.
Also as a quick side - I have tried spectraflare polishes (as most holographic polishes are compared to these), and this is really close. With the "Northern Lights" silver holographic top coat....I am just as happy, but paid less than half of a spectraflare polish.
Posted by Lee B. on 9th Jul 2012
This is a great polish! Without the aquabase coat, you don't see the holographic effect in fluorescent light, but in other kinds of light, and especially sunlight, it is wonderfully dimensional-looking! It also goes on smoothly and evenly. Love it!
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