Are you dizzy with excitement about nail polish?

Here is Zoya Marley. I only needed two coats.

It was a bit tricky applying - thick and almost streaky. I do like how it turned out, though, and feel the trouble was worth it!

It reminds me of Easter eggs and Jordan almonds.

It's also surprisingly neutral. When I was wearing all black and gray today, it looked like a soft silvery gray.

I know I said I was going to use Poshe with my Zoyas in the future...but I did not. ;) I used Seche Vite again, here. Let me explain!! The texture was looking problematic and I feel that SV is the only quick drying top coat I have that actually really addresses and even corrects such issues (lumps and bubbles, for example). AND...I had no problems this time. *knock on wood*

What can I say? I do what I want.

5 dizzy comments:

This colour is so pretty! I'm in love with almost all lavander shades I see :D
Have a nice day!

Very delicate and pretty!

Hi <3
All you nail-bloggers have inspired me, so I have opened a nail-blog too! It would mean a lot to me if you take a look (And leave a comment even if my blog is on norwegian) <3 Big hugs from Thea (PS: Sry my bad english!)

I love Marley, it is very pretty!

I love this color.. it is a beauty!

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