Essie- Power Clutch
1 coat Seche base
2 coats Essie Power Clutch (that’s all you need!)
1 coat Sally Hansen Night Lights on Accent nail (found it Friday at 5 Below)
1 coat Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat
Even though gray isn’t a typical color for me, I’m really glad I picked this one up. It’s not black, but it’s not a dull gray either. And when the light hits it just so, it almost looks green! The formula is top-notch, resulting in this habitual 3 coater only using 2 coats!! If I only had one complaint, it would be that Power Clutch is much like a black car, dirt is really obvious on top of the nail.
Even though Power Clutch doesn’t really need it, I added a coat of Sally Hansen’s Night Light glitter to my ring finger for a little bit of glitz. As you could see on my Confetti Tazmanian Devil post, it will probably be difficult to match a glitter to this polish given its color. However, it did give me a chance to test out Night Lights. It’s a rainbow-colored microglitter that has a sheer dark gray base. I quite liked this glitter. Especially since I found it at 5Below, which means it’s probably 2 years old…