Nohotok – 104 (Ноготок – 104)Nohotok – 104 (Ноготок – 104)

Maintenant que l’automne est là (mais qu’il fait encore hyper chaud) j’ai envie de dire au revoir une dernière fois à l’été en vous montrant un vernis qui se prête à la situation.

J’ai beaucoup aimé les effets sorbet des vernis cet été et ai donc décidé d’en acheter deux pour satisfaire mon envie, sans pour autant me lancer dans une grosse commande OPI, sachant que je pourrais facilement en trouver chez moi.

J’ai du appliquer quatre couches de vernis pour avoir ce rendu. La texture était vraiment pâteuse, j’ai du ajouter pas mal de thinner pour que je puisse appliquer correctement mon vernis. La couleur est super jolie, elle me fait penser à un sorbet pamplemousse.Le vernis sèche bien brillant mais j’ajoute de toute manière un top coat.

J’aime le fait que de petites marques locales fassent l’effort de sortir des nouveautés régulièrement en suivant les tendances. Tout le monde ne peut pas se permettre d’acheter des OPI à la pelle ou simplement de commander aux Etats-Unis, c’est donc une bonne solution (surtout en Ukraine où les OPI coûtent le même prix qu’en France et deviennent quasi un produit de luxe…).

Nohotok est une marque vraiment sympa avec plein de chouettes couleurs et une gamme de minis trop mignons.

Ces vernis coûtent environ 80cent. en Ukraine, Russie, Belarus et peut-être Bulgarie. Je ne les ai jamais vus en Pologne ou en Roumanie.

So now Fall technically hitted us since few days, I wanted to say Good Bye to Summer properly.

I was into jelly nail polishes this Summer and bought two cute ukrainian polishes to fulfill my craving.

This is four coats with base and top coat. The formula was really thick and I had to add several drops of thinner to make it manageable.

The color is really pretty and make me think of grapefruit sorbet. It dries shiny but as I always add top coat I don’t really care anyway.

I like how local brands are able to launch new collections and follow the global tendancy. Nohotok is a very nice brand, I like their range of colors and the fact that their polishes are so cheap and cute.

It retails for ~$1 and I guess you can find them in Ukraine, Russia, Belarus and maybe Bulgaria. I haven’t seen them in Poland or Romania so far.

Rendez-vous sur Hellocoton !

Mademoiselle C.

8 Comments

  1. Regular hand cream during the day, shea butter and/or coconut butter before going to bed. I also try to avoid water and detergents as much as possible. I’d like to try some Burt’s Bees product, did you try them?

  2. only tried burts bees for lips, and hated it. that’s why i am hesitant to try cuticle products. currently hoping for lemony flutter to do the magic, dont know what’s going on but my cuticles are a mess right now, haha.

  3. Yeah I heard about Lemony Flutter but I don’t really want to try it (just as all other Lush products, I don’t know why but I’m not interested). It has good reviews online, though and I’d like to hear your words about it :)
    Maybe you could try a “nail mask” for your cuticules. I used to do that few months ago when I had really dried cuticles on my thumb nail, it works!

  4. so, after about a week of using the flutter, i think my cuticles are 1% less dry :/. ya, i see a little improvement, but wouldnt recommend it ;)
    going to order the LCN nail mask, only one i could find. thanks for the advice :)

  5. Thanks for your review! I really recommend shea butter as a “cuticle mask”, if the LCN one doesn’t work.

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