Today I put it over Essie Muchi, Muchi. ILLY tends to be a bit thick and goopy so I have thinned it already and I can see needing to thin it regularly. It's actually a little difficult to get a very thin application. More thinner required.
**You can find my other swatches of I Lily Love You over China Glaze Up All Night by clicking here.
or over Avon Vivid Violet by clicking here.
So first up, here are some swatches of Muchi, Muchi by herself. It's a lovely soft baby pink creme. Not usually my polish of choice, but this is actually a nice colour. Especially for 'colour cleansing' for me because I am a purple/green/blue hoor.
The application was streaky on the first coat, and it required 3 coats total to smooth out. But I am happy with the end result so it gets a thumbs up from me.
Here she is in the shade.
~and in the full sun. This is with out top coat.
Essie Muchi, Muchi topped with OPI I lily love you. In the shade.
I was surprised how much I liked this, not really being a glitter girl.
~and here she is in the sun. Sooo pretty!
This is two thick coats of ILLY. I was going to only do one, but I ended up with a thick coat on one of my fingers, so I did two on all of them to keep it consistent. I think I will add some more thinner and try a thin coat next time.
I almost forgot that I wanted to add a matte top coat, and I started taking off the polish to move on to the next swatch. So all you get here is one finger, my pinky. Could be worse- could be a different finger. haha
This is with China Glaze Matte Magic, in the shade.
~and in the sun.
I really like the matte combo!
Thanks for looking!