Creative musings in bright colors

Windows of Clover

Another Born Pretty Store review…but this time it’s something different! This time it’s actually nail polish.


I was sent the coolest looking multichome with glitter! It comes in a little tiny bottle (which is sad) but the color is stunning, and you only need one coat (over a black base). This is “Chameleon Nail Polish #33” over black.


I started with two coats of Wet n’ Wild Black Creme, and then added one coat of Chameleon #33, and that was all it took! The polish is a bright vibrant green with medium and small green glitters in indirect lighting, and goes from teal-blue-purple-violet in direct lighting. Especially with the color shift, the green glitter look phenomenal!!


I realllllly like this polish. I decided to add a stamp, that ended up looking like a cross between a stained glass window and a clover. The stamp is from Emily de Molly plate 09.


I didn’t want to take this off to go back go the hospital! But I can only imagine if I had gone in wearing something this trippy…I’m pretty sure they’d kick me out for distracting the patients!


Hope you enjoyed! You can pick up Chameleon #33 for $6.99 at the Born Pretty Store.

Comments on: "Windows of Clover" (4)

  1. This is beautiful!

  2. O WooooooooW, the shift! So pretty!!

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