Remember last Monday I posted about a haul with some nail polishes? Well, I got a chance to try the brown own from Nghia O'Beauty, a Vietnamese brand. In fact, Nghia is a famous company that produces cuticle nippers and nail clippers here. If you go to a nail salon in the U.S that's owned and operated by Vietnamese, chances are you already experienced Nghia hardware. I've used a German cuticle nipper and an American one before using Nghia and so far, Nghia is still the best.
Nghia O'Beauty (NOB) is the brand's nail polish, although the store I visited did sell a variety of brands from cheap to expensive. They also have OPI which surprisingly, is cheaper than in the U.S since they came from the way of Hong Kong. A bottle of NOB costs almost $1USD and has 10ml. The glass bottle is slim and the brush is really good. It kinda reminds me of the brush inside the Rimmel London nail polish bottle.
|Nghia O'Beauty nail polish in S030|
|S030 with Nubar 2010|
|Another shot at the nails :)|
Since this color is just a basic brown, I decided to jazz it up with Nubar 2010.
As they say, everything looks good with a little bit of 2010 sprinkled on top.
I'm glad that I bought this chocolate brown nail polish. In store, it is in the upper echelon of the Vietnamese-made nail polishes and this nail polish is so worth it. I would buy it again but Nghia O'Beauty seems to have conservative colors only.
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