Hello! Tonight I bring you a beautiful polish from Emily de Molly called Monet’s Garden. Just looking at it evokes imagery from Monet’s work, I think. It’s a green squishy base with all kinds of glitter such as iridescent hexes, red glitter, yellow-ish glitter, purple glitter and more, of all kinds of sizes.
I did two coats to achieve what you see here. You could wear undies under it, but I don’t think it’s really necessary as while the base is squishy, it’s surprisingly very opaque after just two coats. You could probably go a third if you wanted to, just in case.
Almost a bit like photo overload but Monet’s Garden is just so pretty!
- Where to buy: Emily de Molly
- Cost: AU$9.50
- Volume: 12ml
- Coats to opacity: Two
I wore this for two days because I loved it to much, even though I’m not that into greens. It’s one of Emily de Molly’s newer polishes, so I definitely recommend you buy one, ha ha, because as usual the formula was perfect. A note on removal though: I found I had to wait a little while longer than I normally would when doing the foil method. I think it’s because it’s so glitter-packed, so just be weary of that.
So, let me know what you think. I hope everyone had a lovely weekend. Thanks for reading!