Hi everyone! I have some great shades from Nail Tisane for you today! This is my first experience with this indie brand, which is always super exciting for me!!
Ink-Filler Sixth Class
Ink-Filler Sixth Class is a bright medium teal jelly with holographic sparkles, iridescent flakes, and black hexes and squares. The formula was smooth and easy to apply. I absolutely, positively LOVE this shade!! The bold teal is just perfect, and the delicate touch of glitters give it just enough of a boost without overpowering the teal jelly.
Shown is two coats of Ink-Filler Sixth Class.
King Yemma's Desk
King Yemma's Desk is a medium maroon scattered holographic. The formula was a tad on the thick side, but was relatively easy to apply. I like how muted this shade is!
Shown is two coats of King Yemma's Desk.
Lavender Frosting is a lavender jelly scattered holographic with a soft blue shimmer and a pink undertone. The formula was rather sheer, but easy to apply. I really like how delicate this one is!
Shown is three coats of Lavender Frosting.
Lime Frosting is a pale lime jelly scattered holographic. The formula was sheer, but easy to apply. I like this one a lot! It's a really different shade!
Shown is three coats of Lime Frosting.
Serpent's Fang is a medium grey scattered holographic. The formula was smooth and easy to apply. I really love this one!! It's such a perfect stormy grey!
Shown is two coats of Serpent's Fang.
Serpent's Scale is a deep forest green scattered holographic. The formula was rich and easy to apply. I really like this one a lot too! The green has such depth to it!
Shown is two coats of Serpent's Scale.
Ultros Glam is a medium purple jelly with a blue shimmer and purple holographic micro glitters. The formula was a bit sheer, but was easy to apply. I liked this one much more than I thought I would, and I'm really interested to see how it looks over a base color!
Shown is two coats of Ultros Glam.
You can find these and other Nail Tisane shades at their storefront here. Happy Painting!
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