Hello everyone!! Today I have another indie polish to show you, with what I consider as the most unique color combo! 

I am pleased to introduce you to AquaDaisy's Succulent!

This is a gorgeous milky aqua-mint cream with micro, mini and medium fuchsia hex glitters.
It is a little on the thin side so I needed 3 coats but the application is easy and drying time is good. it dries matte and is a bit top coat hungry. These pictures only show this polish with one top coat on, but for the  finished mani I used 3 coats of Essie's good to go.
As for the glitter - the micro parts show up beautifully but the larger parts are a lot more shy and as you can see, I didn't get more then a very few of them showing.
Personally I like it this way, but if you're the kind that loves the glitter to control the mani - I guess this isn't the polish for you.

Also, a huge plus of this glitter behavior is much easier removal then most glitter polishes. I didn't have to use the foil method. I used my cotton pads and that was enough. Naturally, I wouldn't use a regular cotton ball with any glitter polish, but the cotton pads or pieces of felt are perfect for this one.

And above all - this is such a special color combo that I haven't seen around much!
Outdoors in the shade (sort of)

Outdoors, direct sun

Indoors with flash

Indoors, artificial lighting

What do you think? Do you like this color combo or do you think it's too weird?
You can find Succulent in Aqua Daisy's Etsy shop, and she ships internationally for VERY reasonable price!


Criminal Nails said...

Well Jin, it's edgy and bold, so... i have to like it! And the fact that you can remove it with a cotton pad makes things so much easier :) That's a plus, for sure!

JennaFroggy said...

This is gorgeous, and any glitter that doesn't take an army to remove is amazing!

Elizabeth said...

What a cute polish! I like the colour combination and that the fuschia and the glitter are highlights, not overpowering. It looks like a glammed up robin's egg!

Yun, The Polish Hideout said...

Pretty blue! Love that you can remove this without the foil method! :-)

~ Yun

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