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Polished For Days: Simba
Described as a coral base packed with
copper-gold-green iridescent shifting microflake shimmer

The formula of “Simba” is really awesome and it covered really well. I used two
easy coats to achieve full coverage and the drying time was really good.

The stamp is from Moyou London’s stamping plate “Back to the 80’s-4”. I stamped
with a regular black stamping polish.

I added a layer of China Glaze’s microglitter “Wildflower Hour”.

Here’s the final result including a layer of topcoat.

Polished For Days: Simba

I wish I had stamped with a less potent colour than black because it’s a bit
overwhelming, but never mind.

Polished For Days: Simba
Polished For Days: Simba

This is “Simba” alone; two coats and no topcoat. Isn’t that just pretty??

Polished For Days: Simba
Polished For Days: Simba


Here are the things I used today.

Polished For Days: Simba
Born Pretty Store Black stamping polish; China Glaze: Wildflower Hour; Polished for Days: Simba

I am so impressed with “Simba”. The formula and the coverage are average and
the shimmer is absolutely fabulous.

Number of coats: 2
Drying time: Really good
Finish: Shifting shimmer
Overall impression: Gorgeous colour and shimmer, great formula and drying time
Buy again: Yes

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