Today, I have the last two polishes in the Model City Spring collex. They are all very subtle pastel holos, and I've decided to show them all as-is, with a matte topcoat, and stamped. If you're just tuning in now, I started this collex on Stamping Sunday, and in yesterday's post.
Pretty In Pink. I know I'm not the only one who has to sing the name of this polish. I'm noticing a trend in all my pix that my ring finger seems to have
more VNL than the other nails. Not sure why that is, but I really love
stating the obvious, so there you go.
Love this with a matte topcoat. So far, they all look amazeballs with a matte topcoat.
Stamped, again with the DRK-C plate, and Finger Paints Black Expressionism. Groovy, baby.
You Blue Me Away. If there was one polish in the collex that didn't work for me, well, it's the notorious pastel blue. I could not get this to level out on me.
Note to self: If a polish has mistakes, do not use matte topcoat - it only makes the mistakes more noticeable.
Another stamp with DRK-C, and Kleancolor Metallic Green. I was trying to camouflage my bad paint job... but I only made it worse. I should have waited longer for the polish to dry.. note the new ding. Another note to self: when it's bad, just start over. Sometimes, you just can't hide it!
Overall, I really liked this collex, and if you bought the whole thing like I did, you got a free bottle of her holo topcoat, Seize the Rainbow. So, if you wanted more holo, you could DIY.
Is this a pastel collex you'd like? What was your fave - as-is, matte, or stamped? Would you add more holo?
If you'd like more information about Model City Polish, you can find them on Facebook, and her store on Etsy.