They are very sheer, and after two coats you can still see the nail line. Drying time is medium, but don’t be tempted to rush things or put thick coats because they will bubble. The first time I tried Pearly Queen I got bubbles, today I tried using it again for a nail art with Royal Blue but didn’t like the end result. They are nice colours but a bit difficult to work with. I will try using a white or nude base underneath and see if it gets better.
So M is for.. Mesauda!
It’s an Italian beauty brand from Rome. At Intercharm I bought Mesauda Shine Flex nail polish number 84, which must be new as it’s not listed on their website. It’s a very pigmented shimmery red which needs just one coat — luckily, because it takes long to dry. Their polish is 5-free and not tested on animals; it retails at
about 5 euros € 4 for 11 ml (definitely not bad!). I also added some lace I bought from ClarissaNails, but I don’t recommend it: it’s very stiff and scratchy, like plastic.
Here below you can see what my fellow bloggers did for the letter M, take a look: