Saturday, 2 February 2013

Sea Blue by Kelly Cris over Illamasqua Phallic

Hey people! Two in a row, yay! Here in Ljubljana is snowing so hard. I can't remember the last time snow was falling so thick, it's like someone up there tore their pillows in a pillow fight. It looks nice when you are inside, covered with a blanket and drinking warm tea. 

I put this combo on yesterday and I absolutely love it. Illamasqua Phallic has been waiting for me to reshoot it again for a while. First pictures turned out really bad. I like the new ones much better, although I doubt any photo can capture the amazing shimmer Phallic has. It is one crazy ass gorgeous blue. 
Then I put on top another Brazilian beauty. I had some troubles figuring out who is the artist behind the polish, as it is an indie brand and only Sea Blue is written on the bottle. With an adorable bow on the handle too! As it seems, Kelly Cris is the creator and she does not have a blog, at least I could not find it. But Esmaltes da Kelly (not the same Kelly from what I can see, as Esmaltes da Kelly has her own polish line called EDK) shows the collection [HERE] and the polish looks amazing! BTW, Brazilian girls really know how to make nail polish. EDK also has some amazing colours, Morning Dew stole my heart. <3 
So yeah ... Eveline was so awesome she sent me Sea Blue and I am in love with it. It looks absolutely stunning over Phallic, and the irregular sized blue glitter (there is a holo glitter thrown in there as well) makes it even more perfect, I love love love it!




The light was too poor to make a decent video, so I made a blurry sparkle check photo, to show you all the wonderful colours of sparkle. 

This is just one coat of Sea Blue. It is a tiny bottle, but the brush is great and it is not hard to get glitter on the nails to spread nicely. You also need only one coat of TC to get smooth nails, another extra point for Sea Blue!

And to show you Illamasqua Phallic alone. It is a beauty. Two to three coats, depends on the nail (and my clumsiness).




There you have it. Two blue beauties.I love them. Eveline, thank you for Sea Blue, you are awesome for sending me these Brazilian gems! 

Do you like the combo? What is your favourite Illamasqua colour?

Thank you for reading, have a great weekend!

14 comments:

  1. Božanska kombinacija, Sea Blue je odtenek, ki bi ga z veseljem imela v svoji kolekciji.

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    1. Mene je tudi izredno lepo presenetil, sploh, ker je bil v steklenički videti kot navaden moder glitter.

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  2. I love the Illamasqua blue glittery polish. I have never used their polish though.

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    1. They are rahter expensive and hard to get for me as well, due to the high prices. But some of the shades are completely worth it. Also the quality of the polish is superb.

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  3. This is my Illamasqua favourite colour. Phallic really rocks! I've never seen a polish like this before, and while I'm wearing it I cannot stop staring at my hands and I cannot resist taking pics. This is my BLUE polish. My big polish crush <3 and in my helmer I can count almost 200 blue polishes :/
    BTW Sea Blue + Phallic is a very great combo. Indeed, Brazilian ladies certainly know how to make polishes, and certainly know how to make a polishaholic drowl!!!

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    1. Oh yes, you said it. Phallic is one of the Holy Trinity of Illamasqua for me. I cannot choose my favourite between it, Rampage and Hectic. They are all a perfection. And Brazilian nail polish creators deserve nothing but praise, I am already thinking about another swap for some more indie brands. :)

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  4. Drool drool drool kombinacija taman po mom ukusu :D a i Phallic mi je dugo na wishlisti iako imam slicnih lakova

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  6. What an amazing combination!!!
    I'm a huge fan of Illamasqua polishes and I LOVE blue polishes, so I couldn't like it more!
    By the way, Kelly Cris is the same girl behind Esmaltes da Kelly. Sea Blue was one of her first indies, and that's why it's not labeled as EDK. I'm glad you liked it! I wore it over a medium blue, but this way it looks muuuuch better.
    XOXO

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