Ellagee ~ Whirling Dervish
Moss green base packed with golden shimmer and copper microflakes
Today’s polish is a custom that my dear friend Carolyn had made in two copies: One for her and one for me. It’s a super pretty polish packed with shimmer and flakes but it’s also really hard to describe colour-wise. Is it green? Is it gold? Or perhaps a colour in between? I’m not quite sure.
Let me show you the final mani first:
I mean, look at that? Doesn’t that just look good? This next photo reveals the green base even more.
The stamp is from GoGo Only’s St. Happy, that Carolyn also sent me a while ago. She’s such a gem!
Before I stamped, I dapped a very few glitters onto the Whirling Dervish. I used Layla’s CE55 for that purpose.
Here’s Whirling Dervish on its own. I used two easy coats for my mani and the drying time was really good.
Here are the polishes I used, including Moyra's stamping topcoat.
This is the video by Kalander that the polish was inspired by:
Whirling Dervish is a custom so it can’t be found in any shops. I’m so pleased that it lives in my Helmer.
Number of coats: 2
Drying time: Really good
Overall impression: Wow, this is a really impressive polish!
Buy again: Yes