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Emily de Molly Change of Pace & geometric nail art

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Hello! So recently I bought a few new Emily de Molly polishes after a WHOLE YEAR of buying nothing. Yup, that’s how long I’ve been out of the nail polish game for. 😦 Although I do have an order with Pretty Serious that we’re now coming up to 3 months of waiting… to be honest I’m not happy it’s taken so long but what am I meant to do?

Anyway, one of the Emily de Mollys I bought is called Change of Pace and it’s rocked my world. It’s a really humble polish, but it packs a punch – as you’ll see! I have no idea when it was released but you need it in your life!

Emily de Molly Change of Pace swatched by Dry, Dammit!

Emily de Molly Change of Pace swatched by Dry, Dammit!

Change of Pace is a pale pink with the must stunning purple shimmer, copper flakes and holo micro glitter. It’s so easy to wear! I feel like this would look brilliant on all skin tones; probably better n darker skin tones because it wouldn’t appear washed out. But that’s what I love about this polish on me. Formula-wise it’s also easy, two coats is all I needed with top coat.

I loved it so much it inspired me to do some nail art – and stamping at that! I also added some holo studs because it seems to be what I do when I have no other ideas.

Emily de Molly Change of Pace geometric nail art by Dry, Dammit!

Emily de Molly Change of Pace geometric nail art by Dry, Dammit!

I used Color4Nails and Celestial Cosmetics collab stamping polish in Amethyst, Born Pretty stamping plate BP-L060 and holo studs I must of bought years and years ago! I used the Rainbow Sticky Stamper from Emily de Molly and it’s very sticky, which will take me some getting used to I think. I’m in no way a seasoned stamper, but I was pretty happy with the result.

DETAILS

  • Where to buy: Emily de Molly
  • Cost: AU$10
  • Volume: 12ml
  • Coats to opacity: Two

So whaddaya think? Do you like my attempt at “geometric” nail art? I’d love to hear your thoughts. Oh, and tell me what you think about Change of Pace, of course. Thanks for reading!

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2 thoughts on “Emily de Molly Change of Pace & geometric nail art

  1. You’re nail art is very cute. Emily dear Molly is the one brand I have never bought and I really need to change that. She seems to come up with some amazing polishes.

    • Thank you! Yeah, Hayley of Emily de Molly is very talented I reckon. How some colour combos are thought of! There’s a new release coming out in the next week or so to, you should take a look if you’re keen. 🙂

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