Friday, June 29, 2012

Essie Marshmallow






I think this was three or four coats? A bit of a pain to apply since each coat was streaky and took ages to dry. But, I do think it's really pretty and unique - a soft pillowy white. I was expecting more of a creamy undertone but this is actually quite a clean white. Slightly sheer even with multiple coats.

I almost want to franken this with Illamasqua load to make the perfect, semi-sheer off white creme. But if it didn't work I would be so angry with myself for wasting two lovely polishes!

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8 comments:

A Girl and Her Polish said...

Marshmallow is one of my favorite whites. It does take a lot of effort with the application but it is worth it! Such a pretty, soft white! :)

Elder Magalhães said...

I LOVE.

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Niki said...

i have this but its too sheer for me. i have to do about 3 also to finally get the desired result but i hate doing that many coats.

Elaine said...

Wow, I that is actually quite pretty! I didn't think I would like it because I am always drawn to the brights for summer - I am wearing Lippmann's "Sugar Daddy" right now. I haven't even tried "Load" yet....but after seeing this one, I will try it next. :-)

The Lacquer Tracker said...

I love Marshmallow! It has a lovely squishy look too it, even if it takes about 4 coats to get it opaque. And I'm intrigued by the thought of mixing Load and Marshmallow! Hmm. But yeah, if it didn't work out, I'd be rather sad.

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greeneyespinknails said...

I love Marshmallow and use it often but must agree that it's a bit of a pain to apply. OPI's Funny Bunny is pretty much the same and a bit easier to work with imo. Have you tried it?

Kellie M said...

I bought this polish specifically for doing jelly sandwiches. It is the best for layering over glitter. LOVE LOVE LOVE it. Did I say I love it? LOL

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