Cuernos del Paine is described as greeny mint cream on Elevation Polish's Bigcartel site. Oddly the first two pictures look way more pulsating than my nails looked IRL - but maybe it is a screen thing and it will look subtler on yours. But then Cuernos del Paine does have a vibrant note that clearly pushes it out of plain pastel land and is reminiscent of that incredible fresh green of new leaves when they just start peaking out of the branches.
Elevation Polish Plumeria is a clear based glitter filled with small and mid-sized round glitter in as many colors as you see on my nails below. There are also lots of iridescent particles floating in the base.
Application wise I found Plumeria not all that easy. Somehow, there is so much polish traveling on the brush, that I had a load of it on my nails though no glitter. I remembered a suggestion I read on a Blog (sorry, cannot remember where), to pile some of the glitter on a sheet of paper and either dip the brush in there or - as I did for my mani - pick the glitter with an orange wood stick and place it on the nail. Given the size of the glitter I found this the easiest way to prevent glitter clusters which would result in some visible bumps on the surface of the nail. Dry time was fast and I was done with one coat of Glisten&Glow HK Girl.
Final thoughts: Elevation Polish Cuernos del Paine deserves a full line of exclamation marks for its soft yet vibrant light green and its immaculate formula. Plumeria is such a happy and joyful glitter that looks good on really any light color. I am sure, it looks fun too over a black or navy cream.
I order my Elevation Polishes with their own Bigcartel site here.
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