Number 59 is part of the Shiny Opal collection and contains flakies. Yummy, delicious flakies that shift from a burnt orange through mustard yellow to green. The amount of flakies is decent in this polish and the base color is a sheer red tint.
I love the brush and cap on Nfu Oh bottles. Because of the "waist" on the bottle cap you can get a nice grip on it, and the brush isn't too short nor too long. It's flexible but not floppy and will spread out easily. The only thing you have to be careful about is the amount of polish that gets sucked up in the brush, I always get all polish off the brush before picking up the amount I need. Otherwise you'll have polish all over the place!
I swatched this one on 3 fingers, my index didn't get a base color, my middle finger got one coat of H&M Midnight Passion (a burgundy red) and my ring finger got one coat of Wet 'n Wild Black Crème. I then added 4 coats of Nfu Oh 59 to the naked nail, and 2 to the ones with a base color. If you have longer nails you might need 5 coats when wearing this alone.
|Indirect natural light. The difference between the 4 coats alone and 2 over the red is more visible here|
|4 coats alone - 2 coats over H&M Midnight Passion - 2 coats over Wet 'n Wild Black Crème|