Essie Marshmallow 0.5 oz - #063
Sugary, soft and sweet. this lovely nail color is just totally irresistible. for french manicures, cloudy sheer white lacquer is confection perfection.
Essie provides a creamy rich color in iconic shades with a chip resistant formula. Whether you are going for a classic or a trendy-chic style, with over 300 colors to choose from you can be sure to find a thrilling look. Each hue provides flawless coverage ensuring a stand-out manicure. Essie nail polish is the go-to brand when it comes to guaranteed professional and high-quality manicures.
All Essie nail polishes are DBP, toluene and formaldehyde free.
Additional DetailsItem Name: Essie Marshmallow 0.5 oz - #063
Type: Nail Lacquer
Weight: 62 grams - (0.14 lb)
Tags: Discontinued, Essie, Holiday Gift Guide 2020, Nail Polish, The Ultimate Mani Gift Guide, White, and Winter Wonderland Winter 2019 Lookbook
Everything went smoothly and was perfect! Also quick delivery which was really appreciated by my nails!
I love it
I love the color and pictures of it where folks can get it to apply well. Sadly I can not get it to apply well. It's streaky and a mess even with a self-leveling top coat. 1, 2 or 3 coats, it doesn't look any better. Save yourself the time, money and effort of fighting this polish (because you will fight it) and get one that goes on beautifully (Wet n Wild 2% Milk, color is not white but a semi-sheer, milky tan-pink that is lovely and goes on wonderfully, see my review of it for tips on applying it).I wish I could make it work but I just can't get this to look good on me at all. I applaud those (and am jealous *smile*) who can make this look nice, because the color itself is pretty.
I bought this in 2015 and had a COMPLETELY different experienceso streaky/patchy I had to return it. Goopy, impossible to work with. It was also more yellowy than the current one.
In 2017, this applied like a dream, better than the formula for ballet slippers. Beautiful in two coats, no real issues with it not leveling/patchiness.
So either there are some bad batches out there or they changed the formula!
I'm not sure why I expected this polish to be any different than other Essie polishes I've owned. It is streaky and rather unforgiving. The brush is difficult to spread across the nail. It stays wet and tacky for a long time but it sets just enough upon application that it's like dragging Elmer's glue over any spot you might want to fix. I feel like I should be able to expect more from an $8+ polish, but clearly not. It is a pretty pale, milky semi-translucent white. The color is nice, but I always remember why I seldom reach for it upon application.