Daisy soak off gel polish swatches

By on April 8, 2014 in Gel Polish , Gel Polish Swatches , Press Sample , Reviews , Swatches

Hello, happy Tuesday!!! Always happy when the most dreaded day of the week, Monday, is over :P Today I am showing you Daisy soak off gel polish swatches. In addition to the gel polish I am also showing you matching nail polish swatches. Daisy Duo packs come with a matching soak off gel and nail polish.

Daisy soak off gel polish swatches

Daisy Soak Off Gel Nail Polish Emerald Stone

Emerald Stone is an emerald green holographic glitter gel polish in a clear base. On the swatches I am wearing two thin coats of gel polish with a layer of top coat. Daisy gel polish does not require base coat but requires buffing the shine away from your nails for a longer lasting finish (I personally do not buff my nails when applying soak off gel polish but it means that the polish might not last the promised 21 days). The formula wasn’t the thickest, so it needs to be cured quite fast after application or the glitter will sink on the sides of your nail.

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Daisy Nail Polish Emerald Stone

Emerald Stone is an emerald green holographic glitter nail polish in a clear base. On the swatches I am wearing one coat of Emerald Stone with no top coat. The glitter density in this polish was very intense and it was easy to apply. I think it would take about three coats of gel polish to match one coat of nail polish. It is just because gel polish is applied in very thin coats compared to normal nail polish. Beautiful nevertheless, my favourite from the whole lot!

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Daisy Soak Off Gel Nail Polish Summer Hot Pink

Summer Hot Pink is a neon pink gel polish with a creme finish. On the swatches I am wearing two thin coats of gel polish with a layer of top coat. Opposite to Emerald Green gel polish this one had a very thick formula. It took about 50 seconds in my LED light for it to fully cure. I was wearing this polish for about three days and I did not experience any chipping or tip wear (I wrapped the tips when applied the second coat and top coat but did not buff my nails). The neon brightness is truly amazing on this one, I think every person I came to contact with in these three days noticed my nails :P

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Daisy Nail Polish Summer Hot Pink

Summer Hot Pink is a neon pink nail polish with a matte creme finish. On the swatches I am wearing two coats of polish with no topcoat. Great application and beautiful bright but matte finish after two coats. With two coats this polish is identical to the above gel polish, just needs a shiny top coat ;)

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Daisy nail polishes and soak off gel polishes are available from Hollywood Nail Supply online store.

Thanks for reading! xoxox

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3 Comments

Jayna

April 9, 2014 @ 14:08

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I love the look of emerald stone -both the Gel and normal version! The colour of the glitter is so pretty! Summer hot pink is so bright too! :)
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A.J.

April 11, 2014 @ 18:05

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Thanks, they both are truly lovely!

Emily Nailsxo

April 29, 2014 @ 19:12

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Love the Summer Hot Pink gel polish it’s so gorgeous!
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