Nail polish spotlight | What the flock nail polish & Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat

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Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but gold is definitely a close second. Especially if it’s real gold. A nice piece of gold jewellery can already make my heart skip a beat, but today I’m risking total cardiac arrest by going all out and decorating my nails with 22 carat gold. Say what now? Yep, with the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat by What The Flock. Have a look!

What The Flock

What The Flock is an online web shop that specializes in nail and nail art products. They sell all the basic stuff like nail polish, fake nails and top coats but also anything you could ever need for the most creative nail art creations, from glitter, beads and velvet to nail stickers, sequins, feathers and much more. My nail art skills are pretty limited, but I do like to play around with fun nail polishes and special top coats. Today I am showing you five nail lacquers from the What The Flock web shop, and of course the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat that I bet you’re dying to see after my little teaser intro!

What The Flock Professional Cosmetics nail lacquer

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from left to right: Rock Chick – Passion – Brick House – Plum – Hot Pink

I got five shades of nail polish from What The Flock: Rock Chick (semi-matte black), Hot Pink (trendy neon pink), Brick House (matte warm yellow), Plum (glossy bright blue) and Passion (shiny warm purple). All five nail lacquers have great coverage and one coat already gives a perfectly opaque result. They are all easy to apply and they dry very quickly. Nothing but pros!

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Click to enlarge | from left to right: Rock Chick – Passion – Brick House – Plum – Hot Pink

Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat

What The Flock’s Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat is a special effect top coat with real gold in it. Well hello gorgeous! The top coat already looks super pretty in the bottle, and on the nails the effect is just incredible! It really makes my heart race. Gold rush, I guess ;-)

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Applying the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat is a completely dummy-proof process. Choosing where the gold flecks go is virtually impossible (or at least very difficult) so you just have to wait and see what the end result will be. But it will alway looks good, no matter what you do. You basically just ‘go ahead and paint’. So like I said: totally dummy-proof and therefore even doable for complete nail art noobs.

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Click to enlarge | one coat of the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat

One coat of the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat already looks pretty cool, but the more you layer it the more gold flecks you get on your nails. I personally like the effect after three coats the best. I am a fan, this top coat is definitely a new favorite!

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Click to enlarge | two coats of the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat

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Click to enlarge | three coats of the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat

All products are available in the What The Flock web shop. The nail lacquers are all 4 euros each, and the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat will set you back 15 euros for 15 ml. The smaller 5 ml version costs 7,50 euros.

What do you think of the Tomb of Djer Treasure Top Coat? And which of the five nail lacquers do you like best?

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