Review | Mossy
Mossy Nail Polish Review by Guest Blogger | L’Angolo degli Smalti
Imagine yourself walking in the woods, in the peaceful shade of the trees, surrounded by nature.
That’s the feeling I have when wearing Mossy nail polish on my nails – a gorgeous moss green with the so famous Picture Polish scattered holo finish.
Mossy belongs to the Collaboration Shades category and it was created together with Sasshhaaaa, a blogger and nail polish lover from Russia. It comes in the usual 11 ml bottle contained in a black cardboard box.
Mossy is very easy to apply and is perfectly opaque in two coats, it dries quickly and looks smooth and glossy even before applying top coat.
The removal is very easy, too. If I had to describe its formula with one word, I’d say “perfect”! In my pictures you see two coats plus top coat.
Mossy has been in my wish list for ages, and now that I finally have it I understand why it’s so popular and appreciated in the nail community!
Indeed, in real life it looks so luminous and sparkling (thanks to its amazing scattered holographic finish) that it almost seems to contain crushed diamonds in it.
Moreover, I love how it captures the light, assuming thousands of green, gold, red, orange and yellow reflections.
The complexity of this nail polish is quite hard to photograph. Even if I tried to do my best to capture its beauty I want to tell you that it is much more brilliant and kaleidoscopic in real life.
For me, Mossy is an absolute stunner. I can say without hesitation that this is one of the most beautiful nail polishes I own (but as a matter of fact I must admit that I have a thing for all the green shades by PP!).
So, if you want to add a mesmerizing, hypnotic nail polish to your collection… then Mossy is waiting for you!
A little more about your Picture Polish Reviewer:
Elena is a Blogger from Italy.
Check out Elena’s blog L’Angolo degli Smalti for all her reviews. Elena is a nail polish enthusiast who started painting her nails back in 2014. She likes sharing her love for nails on her blog, which means ‘nail polish corner’ in Italian. Besides being part of the nail community, Elena also loves classical music (indeed, she is a professional musician) board games, TV shows and computer science.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts Elena. The Girls xox