Here is a pretty haul from Nfu.Oh. The name is an oddity but the polishes are quite a nail lover’s dream. Conceived by South Korean nail artist Enfu Oh, these eponymous lacquers are manufactured in France. Like many Korean nail polishes – Etude House and Nature Republic come to mind – the glass bottles have embossed features that give them a touch of whimsy. I’m not fond of the cheap-looking font but the bottles are Anna Sui-esque with the corset motif, no?
In the US, Nfu.Oh polishes are uniformly priced at US$12.50 at e-tailer FabuolouStreet. In Singapore however, they are priced quite differently. According to the Singapore distributor, the glitter flake polishes are S$40 and the holographic ones are S$43, while the Aqua Base (a necessity for the holos to show up) is S$39. I appreciate that we are able to see/purchase products from this brand in person but I’m quite taken aback by the disparity in pricing.
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