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I applied these in the exact same way I did the chameleon holo flakes. I started with a black base, and then painted a coat of Yellow Stopper. Once it was almost completely dry, I used the applicator that came with the mirror pigment to gently rub it onto the surface of my nails. In this case, the pigment didn’t provide quite as opaque a layer, so I added a second coat of Yellow Stopper and a second layer of pigment. As you can see, the result is a reflective mirror chrome look. Although this pigment is described as rose gold, to me it was more of a coppery colour (and no less gorgeous for that!)
Just to see what would happen, I added a regular top coat:
This one is definitely better without a regular top coat! I’m sure gel would work fine (but the whole point of using Yellow Stopper instead of a gel base is to avoid the annoyance of gel), or a water based top coat, which I still haven’t gotten around to getting!
If you’d like to try this rose gold mirror pigment, it’s available here, and feel free to use the code KERRY for 10% off any purchases on the Beauty Big Bang site!