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Today I have the second half of the Orly Fall Electronica Collection, Decoded and Preamp. I started with three coats of the shimmery pink Preamp and added a gradient dot effect with the dark gray Decoded. I LOVE the pink and gray color combo. This one turned out better than I thought! My pics are a little inconsistent because I was having trouble with lighting. It’s starting to get darker so much earlier already!
This was fast and easy. I used the plastic end of a sewing pin for the big dots and a small dotting tool for the smaller dots. I finished with a coat of Seche Vite to smooth the dots and add shine.
Preamp is a medium pink with tons of gold shimmer. It’s almost electric looking. I truly don’t have any other pinks quite like it.
The pic above is without topcoat (an oversight by me!) so it doesn’t really do the shimmer justice. Here’s a closeup of the bottle. Cool, right?
Decoded is a darker gray creme. If you’ve followed my blog…then you know I love gray and I love cream…so this was a winner for me. Although I probably already have something just like it – not sure! :) In my opinion, this was the runniest of the bunch. It dried fast though. I dinged my nail on the table before a coat of Seche Vite and it didn’t make a dent.
Here is the entire Orly Electronica Collection. Click the links to see my manis with Shockwave and Synchro. Overall, I really like this small and concise collection with just four polishes. They’re all very different, but they all make sense to Orly’s ”man and machine” inspiration. I actually wish more collections had fewer polishes.
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