Manicure Monday: Darling Diva Persephone

Products reviewed are self-purchased.

I received my Darling Diva order (Honey Dew, Persephone, and Zen Pool) on Saturday, and from the moment I first saw it, I just loved the look of Persephone. It is so pretty, and the color shift is so dramatic. I knew as soon as I could take off the wedding manicure (my brother’s wedding), I’d be using Persephone as a manicure. I wanted to add to the drama, so I started off with a thin (and slightly patchy) coat of Orly’s High on Hope:

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Then I used just one coat of Persephone over the top. Formula was a dream – not thick, and easy to apply a thin coat. This is inside, with flash:
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These are inside, no flash. I tried to show the color change:

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These are outside, no flash.

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Isn’t this just so pretty? I’m so glad I took a chance on buying this. You can find Darling Diva on facebook, and on her etsy shopΒ (on vacation mode right now). What’s on your nails today?

 

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7 thoughts on “Manicure Monday: Darling Diva Persephone

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    • Oh my gosh – I remember reading a book as a kid, where the main character’s name was Persephone and they shortened it to Penny. I remember thinking, “Why? Persephone is such a cool name!” LOL

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