Perfect creamy formula, dried quickly. Indian Summer is a vibrant orange peachy coral type color. Yeah. One of those. hehe
Very fun color if not exceptionally special otherwise. You will be seeing this one again soon.
Up next is Julep's Elsa which is a bit more interesting:
More interesting than that picture would suggest... I looked up some swatches online and started with a basic french of essence Cotton Candy and Yves Rocher Le Blanc and then added two coats of Elsa. I don't know how much this layering affected the texture, but there was some texture after any settling that may (or may not) have occurred.
That's a little better. Elsa is a sheer white base with these icy iridescent flakies that create a mild texture. Like ice/snow and, I assume, that movie Frozen. Which I haven't seen. Pure speculation on my part. Elsa is pretty, but I feel like there's some untapped potential here that I'm missing. Since the french base didn't muck it up too badly I think she deserves some experimentations to see if we can bring out that iridescence a bit more. As it is this seems... flat. I'm open to suggestions since black, pastel pink and pastel blue are kind of my go-tos and... meh...
So next post will have some bornprettystore goodies I'm excited to share. Seriously, who doesn't love that site for nail art goodies? lol For now it's time to go make dinner. Yay. Hope everyone is having a fantastic month. Just a few more days 'til February. Yay. Y'all take care out there. (^_^)"/"