ellagee nail polish Stained Glass Collection (Partial)

press sampleGood morning everyone! I hope you are ready for some squishy polishes today! I have three polishes from ellagee’s Stained Glass line: Manganese, Cobalt, and Milk. I do need to note that I had a bit of trouble with Manganese and Cobalt. They seemed to get stringy (like when you’re doing sugar spun nails). I had particular trouble with Cobalt. It did help a bit to add thinner. On the upside, they dry pretty quickly!

Update: ellagee let me know that the polishes shouldn’t be like that and is sending me replacements. ๐Ÿ™‚

First up is Manganese. This is a purple polish but it has a bit of brown to it. A really beautiful purple! This is 3 thin coats, with top coat.
ellagee Manganese | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I paired it with 1 coat of Finger Paints Go Baroque:
ellagee Manganese, Finger Paints Go Baroque | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I then added one thin coat of Manganese over that:
ellagee Manganese, Finger Paints Go Baroque | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Next is Cobalt. This is 3 thin coats, with topcoat. I adore this blue color, that might be why I was a little disappointed on how it applied:
ellagee Cobalt | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I then dabbed on essie a cut above:
ellagee Cobalt, essie a cut above | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Last I added another thin coat of Cobalt:
ellagee Cobalt, essie a cut above | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I have shown you Milk before, but here it is again. This is a definite new favorite of mine!
ellagee Milk Glass | Be Happy And Buy Polish

What are your thoughts on these polishes? Any favorites? I want to try out Obsidian Glass and Selenium Glass as well. You can purchase these for $8.75 on ellagee.com! Until the next time,

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