NYX’s Sepia is a dark blue jelly. It needed three generous coats for opacity but was incredibly easy to apply.
For Pink Thursday at Emma’s I have a jelly sandwich with OPI’s Do You Think I’m Tex-y? and Candy Lacquer’s Mad For Glitter.
It looks so juicy! 🙂
China Glaze’s Creative Fantasy is a lovely deep purple jelly! I cannot believe how pretty it is and will have so much fun creating jelly sandwiches with it. I tried taking swatches of the polish itself but even though there were no visible nail lines in person after three coats, my camera decided to make it look like I had been digging in my garden…
I painted three coats of Creative Fantasy and two coats of KBShimmer’s Bejeweled and topped it off with a last coat of Creative Fantasy. Bejeweled contains gold and blue hex glitter in different sizes (as you can see in the last picture). Creative Fantasy changed some of the golden ones into pink hexes 🙂
Kleancolor’s Leaves Jingle is odd. It’s a grass green jelly with lighter green glitter. I like it a lot actually, I just think it looks like a holiday polish that went too light… Oh well 🙂 The formula was quite goopy and a few drops of thinner would probably sort that out.
As usual it’s Green Wednesday over at VackerUnderbar 😀
Illamasqua’s Glitterati is a dark raspberry (leaning on plum) jelly with a ton of small micro glitter and medium prismatic hex glitter. It needed two coats for full opacity and color depth. Unfortunately the polish looks more stunning in the bottle as usual but is by no means uninteresting on the nails.
Oh, and ignore the watermark… I went through a short phase of trying it but came to the conclusion it was too much work 😛
Ahh, such a pretty polish! 365 Days of Color’s Dangerously Beautiful has a pink jelly base with blue and black hexagon glitter. It’s a tad sheer and next time I’ll be using some kind of underwear instead of trying to build opacity on its own. This is five coats…
And, as requested, more pictures of Göran the fat cat 🙂