Last time I showed you 5 magnetics from Masura, and today I will show you 5 non-magnetics. Masura is well known of their amazing magnetic polishes, but let me tell you they have some really awesome regular polishes too! Plus, to make it more exciting I will have a freehanded nail art in the end of the post as well :)
1091 TEA LEAF
It's a really hard color to describe. In some lights it's totally green but then in other lights I can definitely see some teal tones in it. It's also really hard to capture the true color in photos, so only one thing is certain: it's stunning :D Also, I was 100% sure that this polish is a creme, but if you look closely you can see the daintiest silver shimmer you can ever imagine. I used 2 thicker coast here.
1026 YOU KNOW WHERE YOU FIND ME
I love a good metallic finish, so I'm in love with this one too. It has a slight blue undertone, but it really depends on the light and other conditions, it might appear like a true silver. The topcoat did blurred the metallic effect a little bit. Surprisingly it needed 3 thin coats to cover evenly.
It's a purple toned grey base with holo flakes and holo dust. This polish can appear totally grey in some lights and it really depends what you wear it with. When I opened the package I felt silly asking for this shade, because I already have 2 grey holos and I thought it will be a dupe for pp Winter, but when I actually grabed pp Winter and put it beside Paisley I was like: "Wait a minute, this is purple!" So yeah, it can be a tricky little shade. I recommend 2 thicker or 3 thinner coats.
1045 COSMIC LAVENDER
It's a really pale violet (cold/purple toned pink) with holo flakes and holo dust. The name of this polish is a little bit misleading, because it's not as purple toned as a lavender shade would be, it has a lot of pink in it, although it's a really cold toned one. This one was the least pigmented that I tried here today, I needed 3 thicker coats.
1053 CITY OF OZ
It's a fresh, bright, warm toned grass green jelly base with holo flakes and purple to blue shifting microflakies. It's a jelly base, so I needed 3 coats.
Masura shades can be purchased from a couple of stockists, most of them ship worldwide, HERE is the full list. I choosed Tea Leaf as my base for this nail art. First, I painted on the grid with the icy You Know Where To Find Me, then I freehanded the floral pattern with acrylic paint. Oh I love those colors together so much