Square Hue Raqs Sharqi
Raqs Sharqi is best described as a soft pinky mauve creme. This applied easily in 3 thin coats. No issues to report. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Raqs Shaabi is best described as a bright mustardy yellow creme. The first coat went on a bit streaky but leveled out nicely with the second coat. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Raqs Beledi is best described as a deep eggplant purple creme with a very soft microshimmer. The shimmer is more visible in person than it picked up in my photos, but it is subtle. Beautiful, but subtle. Covered fully in 1 easy coat! Sealed with glossy top coat.
As you may have noticed I used an accent nail with these swatches. I really wanted to try some fluid nail art. It took a couple trys to get the look I wanted, but it really is easy. For this accent nail I used all 3 shades from the Belly Dance box and Sinful Colors Transforming Top Coat in Purpunk. Here’s a macro for you..
You can create a similar look with any of the Sinful Transforming top coats with your favorite combination of regular polish. Definitely worth checking out!
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Until next time, stay polished!