I'll be the first to tell you I'm totally nutso for nail polish. I have a ridiculous amount of nail polish in a wide array of colors, some of them so close to each other in shade and hue that someone might wonder why I would do such a thing. The truth is, I like to play with my polish with different techniques and variations. I see my nails as tiny little canvasses for temporary works of art. So what might seem like a garishly bright yellow to some looks like the perfect base color for a sunset inspired hombre fade.Which is precisely why I love the color “yellow out man” from FingerPaints. On its own it's brighter than the Hawaiian sun, and it might even glow in the dark, or a black light at the very least. As a base color for fun techniques like water marble, stamping, and hombre fades, however, and this color really pulls off some beautiful looks.I've pulled off some lovely sunset looks, contrasting colored water marbles, and rainbow fades. All thanks to a base layer of Yellow Out Man. It goes on even and dries to a nice finish, two coats for a nice solid coverage for whatever artwork your creative heart desires.