ManGlaze Fuggen Ugly : wear test

I haven't had a lot of time lately for my manicures so I often ended up choosing my nail polishes based on their drying time.
One of the things I love about mattes is that they dry so fast that I know I can do my nails and then do things I usually couldn't after a manicure, even with a fast drying topcoat, like changing my bedsheets...

I often hear that mattes chip easily, I must admit that I don't keep my nail polish for more than a day or two so I don't really have an opinion on that, hence my first wear test, yay!

I've had Fuggen Ugly for 24 hours now, I took pictures yesterday and some others today. Since I'm showing you 3 fingers swatches on my left hand, I'll add some more swatches if necessary.
Hopefully I'll be posting a new picture everyday to show you the tipwear and the evolution of the matte finish.
I'll do that until I'll be too ashamed to show my nails, haha.
I'll try to avoid hand and cuticle creme as much as possible so please bear with my dry skin.

I used base coat, Nail Tek Foundation II, 2 thin coats of Fuggen Ugly and I wrapped my tips.
I did the exact same things I do everyday.

ManGlaze Fuggen Ugly day 1

ManGlaze Fuggen Ugly day 1

ManGlaze Fuggen Ugly day 2

ManGlaze Fuggen Ugly day 2

It's obvious from the pictures that Fuggen Ugly is holding up perfectly for now : minimum tip wear and the finish is just a tad more satin so as for now it's pretty positive.

Now, a little bonus, because every bottle of ManGlaze is a work of art, designed by UK artist Jason Atomic, here's my Fuggen Ugly bottle.

To be continued... lol.


  1. o.O Get OUT! OMG! For a matte polish the day two is pure perfection! Hell, even for non matte polish this is a perfect day 2! Awesome! Ok, now i MUST get this one!