Are you dizzy with excitement about nail polish?

 This is the mani that never was.
 I started with two coats of Illamasqua Elope, which is a dreamy Crayola green jelly.
 You can see in these pictures how it dries shiny yet almost a little bit matte?  It's kind of strange.
 I love it.  It's just perfect.
 Elope was meant to be a base for the new Hare polish called Asteroid Turf, which you see below.
 You also see Pretty & Polished Old Skool, which comes into play in just a moment.
 I carefully layered a coat of Asteroid Turf over Elope, but was not satisfied with the results.  It was a little too streaky somehow, so I quickly slapped on Old Skool to try and lessen the yeeuugh.
 These pictures don't look too shabby, really, but in real life I just couldn't swing it.
 It freaked me out, plain and simple.
No top coat in any of these pictures.

8 dizzy comments:

Fun combo!!

i didn't know illamasqua had jellies! i hadn't even noticed when i looked over them! i love your magnificently sparkly tips btw (: the hare polish really tones down the super bright green jelly!

Elope is one of my favorite polishes! I think it looks great on you. :)

Oh girl yes it is a Crayola green!

I love the Illamasqua. Shame you don't like the combination of the 3.

AWE-SOME; application ... flawless, three types of glitter - amazing!!!

Love the teal and yellow accent nail combo. So summery! Pinned it!

Oh, what a stunning green!! And that combination is so fun!! :D

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