Pick Three Polishes: Pretty Jelly Demeter, Pahlish Loftiest Muse, China Glaze Custom Kicks nail art

Purchased by Me buttonDo you ever have a mani where you’re just like “meh” in the midst of doing it, but then as you keep wearing it, you’re like “damn, this is actually really great!”? So yeah, today’s mani I’m showing you is completely like that. 🙂 I used Pretty Jelly Demeter, Pahlish Loftiest Muse, and China Glaze Custom Kicks. No individual swatches today, sorry!

China Glaze Custom Kicks, Pretty Jelly Demeter, Pahlish Loftiest Muse | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I started off with China Glaze Custom Kicks on my ring finger. This is almost a One-Coat Wonder, but I did use 2 coats plus top coat. The formula is thick, and it will stain your nails!

Pretty Jelly Demeter, Pahlish Loftiest Muse, China Glaze Custom Kicks | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I used Pretty Jelly Demeter on my pointer, middle, and pinky fingers. Demeter is a copper scattered holographic nail polish that shifts from copper to red to blue to purple. (I think that’s all the colors I saw.) Formula on this was thick and fairly brush stroke-y. This is 3 thin coats plus top coat.

Pahlish Loftiest Muse, Pretty Jelly Demeter, China Glaze Custom Kicks | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Then I used Pahlish Loftiest Muse over Demeter, just on the tips. Loftiest Muse is such a delicate polish! Lastly, I added a small copper gem and a clear gem on each of those fingers.

Pretty Jelly Demeter color shift, Pahlish Loftiest Muse, China Glaze Custom Kicks | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Here’s another shot of how Demeter can shift colors.

Now do you see what I mean about starting off meh and then loving it?! Your thoughts?

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2 thoughts on “Pick Three Polishes: Pretty Jelly Demeter, Pahlish Loftiest Muse, China Glaze Custom Kicks nail art

  1. Pingback: Pahlish March + April 2016 nail polish duos | Be Happy and Buy Polish

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