I was thinking about using this polish when “old rose” came up in the last round, but in combination with my skin tone it looked too purple, so I decided against it. But since it got used quite a lot last time, I guess I am safe to use it anyway. 🙂
Which is a good thing, because this is such a pretty color and such a great polish. Application was flawless, two coats and you have a perfect creme finish. If you use top coat simply to add some shine to your manicure (and not to speed up drying time or to make your manicure last longer) you won’t need it, as “Bed of Flowers” already brings an amazing shine.
For the skittelette I added another MoYou London Stamping (yes, I still love them 😉 ) and one of the prettiest glitter polishes I own – “She walks in Beauty”. I used three coats to make sure it will be opaque on the close-up picture, but for regular viewing distance two coats would have been enough.
Base coat: essie Nourish Me
Main color: Catrice Eve in Bloom C03 Bed of Flowers (two coats)
Main color (ring finger): a England She Walks in Beauty (three coats)
Stamping (index and middle finger): essence twilight breaking dawn part 2 03 a piece of forever with MoYou London Pro 14 (XL Images)
Round golden stud from Born Pretty (little finger)
Top coat: Seche Vite