The ingredients (from left):
La Couleur Couture 1945, Bondi Blue Skies, Opi Pirouette My Whistle, Cult Nails Tempest
Pinkie: Two coats of Cult Nails Tempest, dotted with Bondi Blue Skies
Ring and middle: Two coats of Bondi Blue Skies, one coat of Opi Pirouette My Whistle
Index: La Couleur Couture 1945
Since this post is featuring Bondi Blue Skies, I thought I also show you this polish on worn on all nails:
Bondi Blue Skies is wonderful to apply, it flows easily onto the nail - however, I always try to apply my coats as lightly as possible to avoid any uneven application. I found the only downside of Blue Skies to be its not entirely selfleveling quality.
Final thoughts: I really liked the fresh look of this Skittlette - the blue and red gave a perfect mani for a day as beautiful as this Saturday was here. As for Bondi Blue Skies: I really like how classy yet a tad eclectic Blue Skies looks on the nails. Now this is a light blue, that I find corporate and I see myself wearing it regularly to the office this season.
I ordered Bondi Blue Skies and La Couleur Couture with Harlow & Co, Cult Nails Tempest from Cult Nails' own website and Opi Pirouette My Whistle with Bath & Unwind (please note, they do not deliver nailpolish internationally anymore).
I look forward to reading your comments - thanks for visiting!!!