This leafy green was made of 10 drops China Glaze Yell-Oh-Neill, a yellow “glass fleck” shimmer, 3 drops China Glaze Calypso Blue, a medium dark blue crème, and 1-2 drops of Color Club Yell-oh! (I guess that’s a popular name for yellow polish!), a super-bright greeny neon yellow. The neon really brightens up the color and should be added after the yellow and blue are mixed. Neon yellow will both brighten and lighten your polish, so add carefully. The result I got a nice glass-flecked medium green.
Those flecks are from the China Glaze Yell-Oh Neill. I think they add character, though I always appreciate a good smooth creme too.
But wait! There’s more! I used my Konad special plate SP7 to make a geometric manicure. I’ve used this plate before for an Egyptian-themed manicure and I like it a lot- it’s very versatile. I do have silver Konad Special polish, but skip it- it’s really crappy and a waste of $$$. The solid Konad polishes work well, but I have to say I’m very disappointed with the metallic ones. They’re not opaque enough to cover the base, and they formula is runny and glunky at the same time. So I used Color Club What A Drag, a metallic foil silver, instead.
From there, I added some little pearly baubles.