Clean lines and a bit of glitter are created with CND Creative Play polish in Nocturne It Up.
I don’t get to concentrate in nail art as much as I want to anymore. Ever since I had Landon my time is limited with no drying time. Because I only create nail art on my natural nails, drying time takes forever even when I use a drying spray or sitting under a small fan.
The clean line manicure I created this week using Nocturne It Up was actually created several times. I found some way to mess my nails up before they dried each time. Finally I was able to paint my nails, create the design, and get them to dry before having to tend to Landon. It was a miracle.
For this manicure I used CND Creative Play. I was sent a few polishes along with the base and top coats. The Creative Play line of nail polishes from CND is a traditional 3 step system with a base, color and top coat. The line is 7 free. meaning the nail polish is free from tolune, camphor, formaldehyde, phthalates, formaldehyde resin, xylene, and menthyl ethyl ketone. There are 80 available colors with 10 finishes in the line.
CND Creative Play has been available since April 2016 and you can ask for it at your favorite salon. Plus you can purchase your own Creative Play polishes. The suggested retail price is $7.50 each.
I am very satisified with my nail art creation. I love the clean lines and tad bit of glitz of the crushed iridescent glitter. This nail polish is a gelly type. You can see a glimps of the glitter specs from the first coats of polish giving you a deep nail polish color.