Arcancil is a brand that I don't see or hear much of on the net. There never seems to be any buzz surrounding this French brand and I wonder if it's the same in its home country. It does come across a bit staid but I keep an open mind.
I've had good experiences so far with Arcancil nail polishes. Their prices are quite easy on the pocket (think GOSH). They polish well and they don't chip within the first day like some. Perhaps a drawback would be their limited colour range but if you took the time to look, you just might find that one gorgeous polish that would make your heart sing.
I found mine. In fact, I found three, one of which I've shown before: Arcancil Bronze Caprice. I have another one that I totally adore and I will feature it here later.
The third one is what I have on today: Addicted Fuchsia (seen here in two coats). Of the three that I love, Addicted Fuchsia is perhaps the 'plainest' of them all. It is a crème polish in simple fuchsia. It looks unassuming in the bottle but on the nails, it is so look-at-me!
As I indicated the other day, I'm taking a break from floral stamping images. So, I took this wire mesh design from the KONAD plate M44 meant for French tips and stamped with KONAD's black stamping polish. I knew I would have problems aligning it properly on the nail tips, so I stamped it diagonally far, far away from the tips. Problem solved!
I have slightly shorter nails now, no thanks to a little incident in the kitchen. Ah well, I'm just a normal person like everyone else with dreaded household chores to do.
If you like Addicted Fuchsia or if you'd like to try Arcancil nail polishes, leave a comment here. Your comment might just put you in good stead later.