Nfu-Oh is a Korean brand, but I got 61 a couple months ago from their U.S distributor. The Nfu-Oh holos can be a bit try to work with, but with one coat of Nfu-Oh Aqua Base and two coats of 61 I was all good. Here you can see some of her linear goodness come to life.
I stamped the web and spider from plate BM 13 from the 21-piece Bundle Monster set with American Apparel's Hassid.
Then I decided that it was a bit too plain so I added a couple of glitters from this random holographic hex glitter polish from Forever 21. I glopped a bit of the polish on the image plate I had out and used a toothpick to place them on the spider's body.
I love this!
And a close up:
Also fellow beauty/fashion bloggers if you have a Halloween themed manicure, send it on over to the polish insomniac. She's hosting a Halloween link party, but you gotta hurry because it closes tonight at 11:59 CST.