Illamasqua – Mottle

I really don’t think I am going to get fed up with seeing this image above.  If you were visiting these parts last week, you might have been my blog post on Speckle, the purple from the Spring 2013 range.  What a lovely range of polishes, I am fighting the urge to go back and buy the rest of the collection (in particular the brown one….)

Lets get straight onto the images shall we?

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This is the green speckle variant.  As with the entire range the speckles in the polish seem to be very dark blue or almost black.  There is a mix of sizes within the polish.  However, unlike the purple one, this is two coats.  Formula was very similar to Speckle.  Getting the glitter onto the brush is not an issue, it comes out very easily on the brush.  The brush is attached to the square lid and once you get used to it, it is very easy to use.  It is a bit on the thin side so a few strokes are needed to coat the nail.  Overworking the polish does make all the glitter gather at the end of the nail so try to do it in as few strokes as possible.

I wore this over Seche Clear base coat with a Seche Vite top coat.  Wore like iron.  Removal is nowhere near as bad as you think it might be.

So, its the same story as last time, the I’mperfection polishes are all limited edition so if you fancy them, get a wiggle on.  The RRP for these is £14.50, £1 more than the regular line.  You can pick them up online directly from Illamasqua,  at any of their stand alone stores or at any one of their counters within the UK.  Store finder is here.

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2 thoughts on “Illamasqua – Mottle

  1. Lovely polish.
    They colours and texture do make me think of Cadbury mini eggs.


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