Essie Marshmallow, China Glaze Devotion, Bundle Monster BM-201
I'd been thinking about getting Essie Marshmallow for quite some time. I'd read a lot about it, good reviews and bad reviews about it, how it was a lovely colour, but could be quite troublesome to apply. I'd read some reviews that all it needed was a bit of thinner and a bit of patience and it was all good. I finally gave in and bought it.
Why didn't I listen to everyone when they said Marshmallow was the ultimate problem child of white/pale jelly nail polishes??? My experience was the usual Marshmallow disaster - a super streaky, too many coats, thick, disaster. This mani had something ridiculous, like 4 or 5 coats. I wish I'd gone with the new OPI Don't Touch My Tutu! which according to Jen from The PolishAholic reminds her of Marshmallow but is much more user friendly
. Why didn't I trust you Jen?
Marshmallow ended up looking more stark white than I wanted, so I decided to stamp over. And that is the whole sad story of this manicure.
Labels: Bundle Monster, China Glaze, Essie, Nail Art, Stamping