Friday, March 1, 2013

Sally Hansen Limestone + Candeo Colors Melonball

Sally Hansen Limestone

Limestone is a lime green creme and was opaque in 3 coats. The formula was thin and somewhat watery. The first coat applied sort of sheer. It doesn't level that well either. However, it did have a nice dry time and dried with a nice shine.

Candeo Colors Melonball

Melonball has "medium sized matte pink squares and hexes, small matte coral hex, large red matte hex, and small matte green hex scattered with a few large glowing rose copper hexes". It is a Llarowe exclusive, but I got it from a blog sale. I layered 1 coat over Sally Hansen Limestone. Unfortunately, I don't think I got any of the rose copper hexes. :( Such a shame! Melonball was easiest to apply when a good amount of glitter was on the brush because it prevents much dabbing. Though the square glitters weren't as easy to pick up as the smaller glitters, fishing wasn't necessary. Since the base was neither thick nor thin, Melonball wasn't hard to apply. It oddly dries to a matte finish so I used a topcoat. It was slightly gritty when it dried, but the glitter was well-behaved and laid flatly on the nail. Dry time was slow. 

Description from Llarowe. You can purchase Melonball from Llarowe.

See you guys on the other side of the day!


1 comment:

  1. Perfect combo!! Pink and green! I love how vibrant the Sally hansen green is!