Monday, July 21, 2014

Ellagee- Stained Glass Collection Part 2

      Today I have for you the second part of the Ellagee Stained Glass collection. Don't worry if you missed Part 1 you can catch up here. For this post I have Milk Glass, Ruby Glass and Cobalt Glass to share with you.

     First up is Milk Glass. A very shiny slightly creamy transparent polish that is perfectly named.


     The application was smooth and easy with the polish flowing nicely off the brush. Shown here with 3 coats alone it really does look like I dipped my fingers in milk.

     Just look at how soft and squishy it looks on the nail. Of course, I had to do some stamping between layers again.


     I stamped with Red Angel plate RA-116 and Sally Hansen Color Foil Rose Copper. I really like the way this turned out but I think the image was a little too big for this to look right. Shown here is 4 coats of Milk Glass

     Next I have Ruby Glass. A shiny transparent hot pink jelly polish. Don't let the hot pink part scare you away though. After 2 coats Ruby glass started to deepen to a nice rich berry color.

     The application was again smooth and easy. Here I have Ruby Glass shown with 2 coats alone.


     As you can see after 2 coats there is barely a visible nail line. Out of the 3 polishes in this post, Ruby Glass had the highest opacity level with the least amount of coats.


     For the stamping here I used Knoad stamping white and Red Angel plate RA-111. This image fit nicer on my nail than the first. I have a feeling that if Id placed them a little closer together it would look like a shadow. Shown here is 3 coats of Ruby Glass.

     And last but not least we have my favorite of these three. Cobalt Glass is a shiny transparent blue that darkens with each coat.


     Just look at that beautiful blue color. It reminds me of the ocean! Shown here with 3 coats again I had a perfect application.


     So pretty. I'm glad I waited to swatch this one last because then I could continue to wear it. And it looks even better with some stamping set between layers.

     Again I used Knoad stamping white but this plate is Red Angel plate RA-109. Shown here is 4 coats of Cobalt Glass without top coat.

     So there you have it 3 more polishes from the Stained Glass collection by Ellagee. There are still a few more polishes in this collection and I look forward to sharing those with you a little further down the road. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing!


  1. Great swatches, and I love the stamping you've done with each of these! :)

    1. Thanks Jessica. The stamping between layers is really kind of fun.

  2. Nice swatches of these! I really enjoyed the stamping you did too.

    1. Thanks Lisa. I added another light source to my set up and I can already see an improvement in my photos. Now I just need to play around a bit and get it perfect.

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    1. You are so very welcome! I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm a little obsessed with this collection. I cant wait to get my hands on the others! I can see doing so many fun things with them. =)


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