I applied two coats of Push And Shove over a previous mani, using Lay Down That Base first on just my index and ring finger nails. This test clinches its uselessness, as far as I'm concerned. There's almost no difference between the nails with the base and those without. If anything I think Push And Shove shows a few more brushstrokes over the base than it does when it's just over the older mani without it.
Silver is my "power color" in some ways, so I'm delighted to be able to get results like this. I'm probably gonna need a backup bottle just in case. I can see Push And Shove being collectible in the future and I don't wanna wind up paying $20 for it in 2019.
My typical pose falls completely flat with chromes, I'll admit. I mixed it up a bit to try to show Push And Shove off a bit better.
When applied like this, Push And Shove is the most mirror-like polish I've ever worn.
It almost looks like appliques or falsies.
If you were frustrated with Push And Shove, give this a shot!