Ruffian design isn't for me: my nailbeds are too short and my hands aren't superslim, so ruffian can shorten them, BUT I tried it anyway with the help of a great glitter varnish :>
(outdoor daylight, sorry of the out of focus areas)
Actually I used two glitter varnishes, or I wanted to use two, but Kiko wasn't easy to manipulate for the effect I had in mind, so I just dabbed some hex and you'll rarely see them in pics :D
"Aqua Splash" is an awesome clear base with these holographic microglitters in turquoise shades, so sparkly in the sun *_* (another bigger picture here)
H&M releases these little gems every now and then, so you always have to take a look at the cosmetic corner when you're there, because they're limited and change very often!
Kiko n. 231, I have it since ages and never used, I bought it because it was nice to look at the bottle, but not really my style, must use it with parsimony :D
Kiko n. 350 comes from the 2011 Christmas limited edition collection called Light Impulse, which also featured these ones.
It's not holographic, but I liked it as a neutral shade with a non-boring touch (look at the sparkles!).
I can describe the colour like "warm stone", not grey and not brown.
Two coats without top coat.
It changes a little under different lightings, but I think you got the idea...
I got bored with it soon, lol, thats' why I added this fake ruffian :D
Not all nails ended up just like I wanted, because "Aqua Splash" is a little tricky if you want to give it a precise shape like this, but that's ok :>
Maybe it could be easier with loose glitter, instead of using a nailpolish? Try it if you have it, then let me know :>
Have a nice day/night/whatever and thanks for your attention ;¬)