Today I'll show the polish I used as a base for yesterday's converse nail art. I bought it in Turkey for about 4-5 years ago just because I sounded fun to test a new brand. I bought in a grocery store in a shelf filled with Flormar, however I remembered that there where only "boring" colors with a range from pink to red and some purple. I don't remember the price. I think I picked the funniest color in the shelf but the color however hasn't really triggered me and I've looked at it several times and then put it back in the drawer.
The bottle actually had a description hos to paint the polish (!) and it said that I should paint one coat, let it dry, then paint the second coat, dry and then apply top coat. A two coater I thought and started painting but realized that it still was streaky after the second coat. I ended up in three coats but realize that I would have needed 4 coats to reach opacity as you might see from the photos, especially the sun photo it looks very uneven. The three coats didn't bother me so much since I was going to cover it in nail art.
I think that the photos show the color quite well, it's a aubergine like color going towards red. In some lights it looks really darker and in other very lighter, but many polishes are like that.
My feelings for this polish isn't excited ones. I'm not seeing my self reaching for this wanting it like a full manicure because I got far more beautiful polishes for that. However for nail art it works and I really liked it combined with black and white in the converse nail art.
If I would go to Turkey again and would see a new shelf filled with Flormar in the same boring color range as before I'm definitely not buying any more.
Have you been in contact with Flormar before? Did you like it?