One of my favorite color combinations is Blue and Orange. (If it was not evident already based on Petite Peinture’s color scheme, or my personal website ) I decided to try a watermarble with the beautiful Julep Danielle and Julep Briana that Julep gave us as part of the #BravePretty campaign.
2 coats and a top coat
Loooooooooove! This polish is amazing. The formula coats in just two layers for full coverage. It’s a warm grey color with flecks of copper and gold “liquid metal” as it states on Zoya’s website. I absolutely love the hint of shimmer because it makes the polish a little more forgiving versus one that is a flat color polish. It’s just enough of a shimmer that keeps it sophisticated, and this warm grey is another perfect one for the fall. I’m so glad I picked up Yuna from Zoya’s Ignite Collection.
3 coats and a top coat
Genevieve is labeled as a deep rich cool leather grey color, although it actually looks more like a deep blue grey color in my opinion. And the photos will show it. The first coat will be a little alarming as it coats on very sheer. However, with patience and a couple of more coats, the formula actually works in a way where it becomes very opaque after the third coat. So use thin layers to build up your color.
Simple pink and grey stripes with a flip flop combo on the accent nail.