Picture Polish “Mallard”
It’s Wednesday today and time for green nails according to Swedish blogger “Vacker & Underbar”. I decided to join with the beautiful bottle green polish “Mallard” from Picture Polish.
Deep green with golden flecks
The polish is a deep green jelly with green and gold glass flecks. I had to paint three thin coats to get full opacity on all nails, I maybe could have got away with two coats on some nails but I did three. It’s really beautiful when the lights hit the nails and shows the golden flecks. In lower light the nails look almost black.
As of no daylight left when I get home from work I had to take all pictures with either flash or direct light from spotlights. Unfortunately I don’t have a light box yet but it’s on my wishlist for my birthday 😉 so this photos is the ones I got.
Head over to Karin’s blogg “Vacker & Underbar” to see more green manicures!!
Outside, daylight. I love the glass flecks in green and gold
Glam Polish “Tinker Bell” with Chick Pick Polish “Fresh Snow” as an accent with a panda water decal
For today’s nails I’ve used Glam Polish (again, it’s my favorite brand), a new matte polish from Chick Pick Polish and panda water decals from Born Pretty Store (BLE1493). I really like how these turned out! Cute and funky 🙂
Glam Polish “Tinker Bell” is really a bright lime green. I love it, you must feel happy with such green nails!! This is two coats and top coat. And the white matte polish “Snow Fresh” from Chick Pick Polish is gorgeous. This is three thin coats and of course no top coat.
It’s hard holding two bottles! Ha ha!
This is very suitable for “grön onsdag” (green Wednesday) at the blogg Vacker & Underbar
This is my contribution to Green Wednesday at the Swedish blogg Vacker & Underbar, go there to see more green manis!!
Spring mani with green leaves
Today’s mani has a fresh and springy vibe to it. I love spring, the light returns, everything turns green and begin to live again ❤
Anyway I’ve started out with Love, Angeline “Stone Table” as a base and then I’ve stamped a leave pattern from the plate Explorer 21 from Moyou London. As a stamping polish I’ve used the almost neon green “Tinker Bell” from Glam Polish. I bought both these polishes from Norway Nails when they had their New Year Sale a couple of weeks ago.
Love, Angeline “Stone Table” and Glam Polish “Tinker Bell”
Love, Angeline “Stone Table” is a white crelly holo with blue and green shimmer filled with iridiscent glitter. The formula was a bit on the thick side but still okay, just be careful when you applie it. I think I got too thick layers on some nails but on some other nails it applied perfect so I think it was me who was doing it wrong.
Glam Polish continues to be one of my favorite indie brands! Every bottle I’ve tried so far (6) is perfect! The formula, the application, the pigmentation, well nothing disappoints me! “Tinker Bell” is no exception. A vibrant lime green, almost neon with silver shimmer. Perfect! And it stamps well!! 🙂