Ridnitsohkka 2 is light grey loaded with so much green shimmer, that the polish ends up looking like a pale jade mint leaning green.
I applied one thin and one medium thick coat of Elevation Polish Ridnitsohkka 2 over my regular Base Coat. The formula is nice and creamy and when you carry too much polish on your brush it will not be entirely self leveling. Generally I find Elevation Polish not a brand to reach for when you are in a hurry for painting your nails. Elevation Polish want to be applied with care and enough time at hands - a wonderful thing though if you have an evening with some time for your own leisure ;-). Dry time is normal to slow - even with one coat of KBShimmer Clearly on Top, Ridnitsohkka 2 takes some time to harden and turn resistant to dents.
For Day 3 of Ridnitsohkka 2 on my nails, I wanted to give it some tweak: a Skittelette was in place:
Ring: two coats of Wing Dust Coral Leaf (despite the name, on my nails it is a dusty pink jelly with blue and pink micro glitter and silver foil snippets)
Middle, index, thumb: Elevation Polish Ridnitsohkka 2
Final thoughts: Ridnitsohkka 2 has all the oomph effect any Elevation Polish I tried so far had on me: just WHOAWZERS! It is elegant, multifaceted, classy with and edge. The Skittelette looked so delicate and pretty - those of you who visit my blog regularly know that I have pull to combine pink and green ;-)
I ordered Elevation Polish Ridnisohkka 2 with Lulu's Bigcartel shop here. And Wing Dust Coral Leaf (after many fruitless attempts) and Emily de Molly Ivory Tower with Llarowe.
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