MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine

Nails of the Day: GOSH Rainbow Nail Polish

I’ve wanted to get a  nail polish with such effect for a long time already so I was happy to find GOSH Rainbow. It is basically a clear nail polish with golden flakes. It looks amazing on dark nail polishes but nothing special on bare nails or pastel/light polishes.

I have to say that the effect is great when you apply a thin layer of nail polish. If you don’t  – you will get the effect that I got ( looks quite messy and untidy) and I can’t say that I like it. For some reason it also reminds me of leopard prints which I hate.

Anyway, this can be a great product if you can apply it the right way and you have  beautiful manicure. And, as you can see, I have mixed feelings about my manicure. Although my girlfriends say that they like it (maybe they just want to be nice lol).

Next time I will try to use it over the green or red nail polishes, should look great for Christmas! (Have you noticed that I use the word “Christmas” a lot lately?!)

And I obviously need to do something to make the length of my nails the same.

If you can’t find GOSH (a brand from Denmark) in your country, I know that Nubar makes a nail polish with similar effect.

7 Responses to “Nails of the Day: GOSH Rainbow Nail Polish”
  1. vonnie says:

    looks exactly like the “Hidden Treasure” by sally hansen that is sold out EVERYWHERE and that I just love 🙂

  2. ketoglutarat says:

    it also resembles nubar’s 2010 polish. maybe it’s cheaper?

  3. as vonnie said, this reminds me a lot of SH Hidden Treasure as well as Nubar 2010, but I had no idea that GOSH made a version of it too. Very pretty color! I love layering mine (Hidden Treasure) over silver polishes.

  4. gio says:

    I’ve been lemming this forever but still haven’t found it anywhere. It’s a shame cos it’s wonderful!

  5. Marina says:

    Yes, girls, there are several similar nail polishes. Inglot also has one 🙂

  6. Daisy says:

    It looks gorgeous! What nail polish are you wearing underneath?

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