Emily de Molly Majestic Flight
It’s so frustrating looking at beautiful indie polishes that we can’t easily – or cheaply – get here in the UK. I’ve long been an admirer of Emily de Molly polishes, so I was thrilled to find out that Sally Magpies was going to be stocking them.
It didn’t take me long to choose from the stock. I limited myself to four polishes and was so excited when they came. I bought Majestic Flight, Harmony, Sakura and When Planets Collide.
I was already wearing a turquoise manicure, and I layered Majestic Flight over it. This is just one coat and I love how it looks. Other swatches I’ve seen of this polish show it in 2 or 3 coats, so it looks deeper and more teal. But the base I’ve used is Barry M Turquoise, which still shows through a bit, and which lightens the whole look.
It is described on the Emily de Molly Etsy shop as a teal green jelly/creme base with lime, green, copper, orange, blue and purple glitter. I recently read an interview with Hayley, the creator of Emily de Molly polish, in which she said that Majestic Flight is inspired by the colours of a peacock.
I’m in love with this wonderful polish. It certainly looks majestic!
- Base colour: two coats of Barry M Turquoise
- Intermediate top coat: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Anti-Chip
- Glitter coat: Emily de Molly Majestic Flight
- Top coat: Seche Vite
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