I applied three coats of Valmy Primavera over Essence Hardening Nail Base. Primavera is not only a jelly, it is a thin and sheer jelly. So I had to be careful with the application to get even, thin coats on and to not flood my nails in pistachio sauce. But mind you, I would not consider this anything unusual with a jelly and look at how opaque it became at three coats - and so squishy and glossy, just yummie!!! Dry time was not super fast, but nothing out of the ordinary. I did wrap my tips to prevent a sheer tip line.
One of my weaknesses is unexpected combination of colors, be it clothes, be it nail polish. Only exception is my face - I prefer to go with a nude/natural look and have started to buy nude palettes left and right and no, I have not been able to get my hands on the much coveted Urban Decay palettes. I have to do with Bobbie Brown, Nyx and - my luxe version Chanel and Dior cream polishes. But we go astray here, let's move back to nail polish and the utterly adorable Penelope Luz Pink World that I got from my sister in polish from Brazil. A clear base glitter filled with bar and hex glitter in magenta and purple with holo twinkles. I dabbed/painted on one coat of Pink World over Valmy Primavera:
I couldn't resist posting two pictures of the same sort here - do you see the different glitter sparking up? A-mazing!!!!!
Penélope Luz can be ordered with Color4nails and MeiMei Signatures.
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