I hope that you all are having a wonderful Christmas Eve! 🙂
A dynamic trio has been added to the Pretty Serious Museum of Naileontology Collection for 2016, and they are available on the Pretty Serious website:
- Mad Skull of Cloverton – Pink-green pearly duochrome
- Chariots of the Red Sea – Red glitter jelly
- Disc of the Heavens – Green glitter jelly
Mad Skull of Cloverton has a delicate sensibility with an air of elegance, like a modest string of pearls worn with a Little Black Dress. The soft pink dominates the nail polish, and it’s accented with a flash of angelic green.
The formula of Mad Skull of Cloverton was on the sheer side, but it builds up opacity quickly with a second coat. I opted to use three coats to further bring out the intensity of the pretty duochrome.
Chariots of the Red Sea offers depth because the glitter is suspended in a jelly base, which allows the sparkle to peek through, rather than get covered up and look flat. Two coats is all you’ll need for this beauty to fully cover the nail.
Disc of the Heavens has subtle glitter in a jelly base that, when worn with two coats (as I did here), looks more like a crelly (creme-jelly hybrid). It has a milky look to it.
All Pretty Serious nail polish are formulated without Toluene, DBP, Formaldehyde, and Formaldehyde Resin. Also, you’ll be happy to hear that they are vegan and cruelty-free.
My favourite of the trio? While I have a soft spot for green nail polish, the one that caught my attention the most was Mad Skull of Cloverton because of the duochrome shift!
P.S. Have you entered my worldwide giveaway? Enter by December 31, 2016 for your chance to win the Zoya Enchanted Collection! (3 winners! Be sure to read all the details in the giveaway’s blog post.)
Pretty Serious Museum of Naileontology Collection 2016 Pictures
Pretty Serious Museum of Naileontology Collection 2016 Swatches
Mad Skull of Cloverton
Pretty Serious Chariots of the Red Sea
Pretty Serious Disc of the Heavens
Disclosure: This post contains press samples provided by PR.
Which one’s your favourite in the Pretty Serious Museum of Naileontology Collection? Do you have any special traditions for Christmas Eve? Are there some vegan or cruelty-free nail-polish brands that you’ve tried and loved?