One left of these - not sure if I will restock

While in a Family Food Fight, it is important to give it maximum, pie-in-your-hair-don't-care effort. This polish was named with that in mind, and maybe also because when making my 2nd batch to send out for photos, I miscalculated and ended up with 6x the amount of flakies that I had originally intended. It looked so delightful though, so I regret nothing.

Inspired by Pantone's sugar almond from the fall/winter palette, I regret nothing has been enhanced with red/orange/gold color shifting shimmer, and packed with crystal chameleon flakies that transition through copper, red, gold & green, and red/gold ultra chameleon chrome flakies. 

This is a highly pigmented polish. Use a good base coat to prevent staining.

Opacity: 2 coats.

Gorgeous swatches by:
@tesladaynails

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i regret nothing

  • Product Code: np_fff_irn
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Tags: brown, red, shimmer, flakies, sparkly, family food fight

Older collections may come in 15mL full size and 5mL mini bottles with flat brush. New collections come with bottles are 14mL full size and 8mL mini with fan brushAll polishes come with a wide brush and mixing ball(s). A good base and top coat is recommended to maintain the life of your manicure and to prevent staining from highly pigmented polishes. Since I hand make all polishes in small batches, there may be slight variations, though I follow my recipes closely to prevent this. Please note that colors may also vary due to different screen displays and due to the different lighting and equipment that is used to photograph them.