Emily de Molly Harmony

Monday, 9 September, 2013
Emily de Molly Harmony

Emily de Molly Harmony is a not really a new color, but it’s new to me.

Emily de Molly Harmony was released last year and I’m not sure which collection it is part of. All I can say is, I do like this color a lot. Emily de Molly is a new brand to me, but has been around for a few years. EdM is an Australian brand and while they do not ship to the US, I’m fortunate enough to know someone in Australia that can purchase nail polish and then ship it to me.

There are a few sites out there that sell Emily de Molly and the one off the top of my head that I can think of right now is www.color4nails.com. Shipping is fast! A fellow nail polish lover and I discussed how quickly it came to us and she said, “What kind of sorcery is this?!” LOL

Anyway, Emily de Molly Harmony is this gorgeous grey creme filled with colorful and multi-shaped glitter. It has large white hexes, medium purple and turquoise hexes, small white squares, small lilac hexes and very fine silver glitter. While it sounds insane and overwhelming, it’s all so subtle that you love it the moment you see it on your nails.

Three coats were what I used to get it this opacity. I also topped it off with a coat of Gelous and then HK Girl Fast Drying Top Coat. Love that stuff! Drying time was good and I was surprised given how sometimes some glitter polish bases take forever and a day to dry.

As always, please click on the image which will double in size…then click on the image again (it will triple in size!) to view the photo in its original size.

Emily de Molly Harmony

Emily de Molly Harmony, Macro


Emily de Molly Harmony

The base looks almost white.

Emily de Molly Harmony

Base looks more grey here, but it’s a lovely delicate shade.

Emily de Molly Harmony

Love how this almost looks like a jelly sandwich – don’t you?

Someone asked me why I don’t use a light box – I’ll be honest: I don’t think light boxes truly reflect what a color is like in real life. While I think a light box can get you prettier, edgier shots of a polish, I don’t think it’s very realistic. So while my images may not be as richly saturated with jewel tones or deep hues, you are getting a real-life look at the polish in action.

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À bientôt!



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