Manicure Monday: Darling Diva Honey Do

Products reviewed were self-purchased.

Good Monday morning, everyone! I have another Darling Diva polish today for you, Honey Do. Honey Do is a white crelly glitter polish, with a mix of green and salmon pink glitters. I didn’t want to have too “stark” of nails, so I started with 2 coats of Zoya Jacqueline.




Zoya Jacqueline, what am I to do with you? If I wasn’t going to put Honey Do over Jacqueline, I would have had to do another coat of Jacqueline. It was just streaky and patchy, and didn’t want to cooperate! As it was, I said, “Screw it” and proceeded to start with Honey Do. I ended up doing two coats of Honey Do over the top, but still had to do a bit of fishing and placement with some larger glitters. I do like the fact that this is a sparser glitter, because with Jacqueline, it ends up being very soft and feminine. All the following pics are inside, with flash.




Here are two more, with flash:


I topped off with one coat Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter Food, and one coat of Seche Vite (except for one nail that I needed to do another coat of SV because a glitter wasn’t laying down too well). So, what do you think? You can purchase Honey Do at Darling Diva Polish’s etsy shop, or on llarowe. Have a great Monday!



10 thoughts on “Manicure Monday: Darling Diva Honey Do

  1. I remember that I really wanted Jacqueline but I’m glad I didn’t get it because the formula sounds craptastic. I love how delicate that glitter looks. It has just the right pop of color.

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