Ah Nubar, what can I say ... your color developer has a interesting/unusual/backwards eye.
Nubar Walnut appears perfect in the bottle, until you look closely. Walnut is a warm reddened brown lacquer, with the slightest hints of red and silver microglitter. Yes, silver.
It's savings grace is that the microglitter pretty much disappears once the lacquer dries.
Walnut appears to apply fairly evenly and dry very quickly. However, when the nail is backlit, you can see an extraordinary streakfest along the free edge. It is not at all obvious when looking at the color in any other lighting conditions.
Within 24 hours, I had a pretty chippy manicure. Between the chippies and the cool silver mixed with warm red color, this has landed soundly in the donate pile.
Nubar is another company that is getting placed mostly in the donate, rather than keep pile. I believe I have less than 5 bottles of their polish remaining after my recent purge.
I do not like cool and warm mixes in my nail polish colors, and that is what I consistently see with Nubar. If Walnut was a cool color, such as chocolate brown, I could understand the silver addition, but it is a warm color and should have gold added instead. Harumph.