As promised, I have the second half of the Ceramic Glaze Botanical Oasis to show you. If you missed the first half you can check it out here. Let's take a look at the swatches.
Surf's Up is a bright minty green creme. The formula on this one wasn't quite as nice as the other cremes in the collection. I found it a bit streaky and it didn't self level as nicely. As a result it took three coats for a nice opaque even finish. Photos show three coats of Surf's Up with one coat of Girly Bits Glitter Glaze in daylight spectrum lighting.
Seize The Day
Seize The Day is a vibrant pink crelly with the tiniest hint of silver shimmer. You're probably scrutinizing the swatches and thinking there is definitely no shimmer, but get this out in some direct sunlight and it's appears (though is still very sutble). The formula was excellent and very easy to work with. I used two coats, though in bright direct lighting such as my lightbox I realized my nail line peeks through a tiny bit so you may want to add a third. Photos show two coats of Seize The Day with one coat of Girly Bits Glitter Glaze in daylight spectrum lighting.
French Riviera is a bright blue creme with a soft blue shimmer. The formula was very easy to work with and took two thin coats to become opaque. The shimmer is subtle but is visible in all lighting. Photos show two coats of French Riviera with one coat of Girly Bits Glitter Glaze in daylight spectrum lighting.
Petal Pusher is a smokey purple creme. The formula was very easy to work with and the one thin coat followed by a slightly thicker coat worked perfectly. Photos show two coats of Petal Pusher with one coat of Girly Bits Glitter Glaze in daylight spectrum lighting.
My personal favorite from these four shades is Petal Pusher. The formulas of the cremes (except for maybe Surf's Up) continued to impress me. I have a feeling some will make great stamping polishes. The Botanical Oasis collection is available now and you can find more information on