Hello Loves! I have the new Vintage Garden Collection from the Bio Seaweed Gel 3-Step Colour line to show you today. This collection is made up of 8 beautiful pastel shades that are perfect for spring.
What's more, they are all 2 coaters. Yes, all 8 of them! I'm super impressed. I've shown you several Bio Seaweed Gel shades from the Unity line in the past, but I only tried two of the 3-Step Color gels before now. They are simply fabulous. Application is dreamy and they remove easily as well. Maybe I'm a purist, but between the two lines I think I like the 3-Step Colour Gels best!
I'm going to do things a little backward today. I'm going to show you the nail art first. ;) Since this is the Vintage Garden collection, I couldn't resist creating a flower garden on my nails.
Ready for some swatches? First up is a beautiful light blue cream called Hydrangea. I couldn't have picked a better name for this one myself. It really is the color of a pale blue Hydrangea bloom.
Next is a frost, silvery purple called Sweet Pea. This one may be my favorite of the collection. It reminds me of frost on purple blooms.
Carnation is a sweet pinkish purple cream. The photos do not do it justice at all. The second shot shows off the pinkish purple a bit better than the first.
Greenhouse is an almost dusty, somewhat minty, pale blue-green. Yeah, I'm not even sure how to describe her, but she is gorgeous! Second favorite of the collection right here.
Lily might be my perfect peachy nude! I couldn't ask for a better match for my skin tone. Definitely a winner for spring.
Cherry Blossom is Carnation's pinker sister. She is definitely pink but with lavender undertones.
Hibiscus is another beauty with a perfect name. This shimmery, pink has an almost iridescent glow but still offers full coverage in two coats.
Finally, Poison Ivy is the green cream that ties it all together. This deep green with blue tones is the perfect foliage shade to compliment the floral shades in the collection.
What do you think of these 8 lovely shades? Do any of them call your name? If so, you can get your own Vintage Garden Collection 3-Step Colour Gels on Bio Seaweed Gel's website here.
*The polishes featured in this post were provided by Bio Seaweed Gel for my honest review.