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The Tomb of Djer Treasure top coat and I, we go back quite a while. We first met in June, and it was love at first sight. We are five months, one giveaway and about half a bottle of Tomb of Djer Treasure top coat in now, and I am still in love. But I also feel like it’s time for something new. Don’t get me wrong, I haven’t grown tired of my 23-carat gold top coat, not at all, but you know how it goes: after a while you need start working on your relationship more to keep things fresh. So that’s why I decided to have a threesome today. The original golden Tomb of Djer Treasure top coat, the new silver version and me, all together in one nail art. Just to spice things up and try something new, you know. And you get to watch all the action!
The original Tomb of Djer Treasure top coat, a 23-carat gold flock top coat, now has a silver-flocked twin, the Tomb of Djer Silver Treasure top coat. The new Tomb of Djer Silver Treasure top coat is a transparent top coat with real silver flocks. It seems to have the exact same formula, texture and application as the original Tomb of Djer Treasure top coat, but just with silver instead of gold. One thing that has changed, though, is the bottle. My golden top coat came in a pretty, big 15 ml bottle, but the new Tomb of Djer Silver Treasure top coat comes in a very non-descript miniature-sized 3.5 ml bottle. I felt kind of bummed out by that, because I like pretty packaging and I predict that this bottle will be empty very soon if I am going to use it as much as I’ve been using my golden top coat.
Anyway, enough with the technical details. Let’s get this party started and begin our threesome! I used black nail polish as a base color, and then I put the new Tomb of Djer Silver Treasure top coat on all but two nails. On those two I used the golden Tomb of Djer Treasure top coat. And the result is this:
I normally use the same color or pattern on all my nails, but this time I used an accent nail and I quite like the result. The color combination of the black with the gold and silver really works. This definitely won’t be my last threesome!
The original Tomb of Djer Treasure top coat and the new Tomb of Djer Silver Treasure top coat are both available in the What The Flock? web shop. For a 3.5 ml bottle of Tomb of Djer Silver Treasure top coat you pay 3.50 euro, but you can also buy different combination sets.
Do you like this gold and silver nail art? Are you into top coats like this one?