About a month ago, I saw this super adorable nail polish duo by Tough as Nails Lacquer called Breakfast Combo No. 1, but I didn't get it until recently. As soon as I saw them in person, I was in love. Go Sit On A Egg and The Baconian Method are too cute for words.
Go Sit On A Egg is described as "a delicious almost white but still yellow jelly-based lacquer with gold, yellow, and orange hex glitters dispersed throughout." A perfect description of this polish.
I used 3 coats to get the opacity and look I desired. This polish is adorable and definitely reminds of eggs.
The formula was good, opaque enough so there was a visible white base, but clear enough so that you can see the layers of glitter, which were easy to get out and place. My only complaint with the formula was that the it shows every flaw on my nails
The Baconian Method is described as a "brown glitter topcoat. It includes brown, orange, red, black, and white glitters in hex and bar shapes."
I used 4 coats for these pictures and I love this polish, but I should have layered it so I grabbed the only brownish polish I had with me at time and did just that.
It just so happens that the only brown (or rather close to brown) I had with me was Cirque French Roast, which is a GORGEOUS glitter polish with hints of gold and copper.
This is 3 coats of French Roast without a top coat, but it could have used one since it has a rather gritty texture.
Formula for The Baconian Method was perfect. I only wish I had used a base-coat on top of French Roast because I don't like how the grittiness is showing.
Anyone craving breakfast now?