Monica - Dark pink, almost red polish with blueish-purple and silver micro glitters.I added no topcoat on this one. See how it shines under the sun? (What a beautiful day we are having by the way! I wish it's always like this ;) The texture is a bit grainy because of the glitters, but still very comfortable, not rough.
Monica really pops. Julep claims that they made this "chip-resistant."I was able to put that to the test. Wearing it for five days now and only have little signs of wear on the tips, no chips (my, that rhymes... lol). I did do my regular cleaning jobs (yes, I clean a few home for a living ;) and my own household chores. Yup, it does have pretty good chip-resistance. If it matters on the durability factor, I did apply 2 coats of polish over 2 coats of Nail-Envy from OPI as a base. I bought this bottle from Julep's Savvy Shop for US$2.99.
Next, I have Wendy. This is from the "Jelly Glaze" family - sheer, tinted polishes from Julep. On the nails I have one coat. The formula is thick but easy to apply. This reminds me of the Sheer Tints from OPI. I wished I had a few more colors of this polish but I did not purchase this until it was available in the Savvy Deals for only US2.99. This polish is perfect for layering ('pond mani').
I added one coat of Paris for some bling. I purchased Paris as part of a Trio and I paid $14.99 for all three polishes. Plus, I had a coupon code that got me free products. Please see more about the haul and more on Paris here >>>
And finally, some flowers on the accent nail using different spring-colors also from Julep. I used a dotting tool to pick a single Paris glitter and placed it on the center of the flower. I also used this yellow polish on a glitter gradient before. Please visit Sally here >>>
And there you have it! What do you think of this design? Too glittery perhaps? Or beautiful?
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