2019 will end with one more beautiful release from Emily de Molly! This post includes swatches of Emily de Molly’s December 2019 collection plus two LE polishes that will launch alongside the collection. The December collection will launch on Thursday, December 26th at 6PM EST on the USA/International site and on Friday, December 27th at 10AM AEDT on the Australian site. Keep reading for swatches of the December collection plus two new Limited Edition shades!
“Past the Breakers” has a bright teal jelly base filled with gold flakies, gold holographic glitters, and iridescent flakies. This shade appears bright green in person and is opaque in two coats of polish.
“Thorn in My Side” has a medium dusty purtple base that leans slightly grey and is packed with orange to green shifting iridescent glitters. My swatches show this shade in two coats of polish. The glitters in Thorn in My Side spread very easily across the nail during application.
“Whisper of Desire” is one of my favorite shades from this collection! This shade is a dark red based purple with vibrant blue shimmer that gives it a multichrome-like shift. My swatches show this shade in two coats of color.
“Be My Something” is perfect for neon-lovers! This polish has a bright orange-red base with gold holographic microglitters and iridescent flakies. This shade is opaque in two coats of polish.
“Card Trick” has a dark blurple jelly base and is filled with multi-colored iridescent shifting flakies. This shade is opaque in two coats of polish.
“Flexible Morality” is perfect for nude or neutral polish lovers who love a hidden twist: in this case, a strong but subtle shimmer! Flexible Morality has a fawn brown base with green to pink shifting shimmer. This polish is opaque in two coats of color.
“Through the Hourglass” has a steel blue base filled with green to purple shifting foil-type shimmer and a silvery white magnetic effect.
“Lines We Cross” is a thermal that is bright pink in the warm state and bright purple in the cold state with a green to pink shifting shimmer. My swatches show this shade in two coats of polish. This shade will also dry slightly matte.
Here are some shots of Lines We Cross in the warm state.
Here is Lines We Cross in the cold state.
“LE 185” has a dusty teal base with iridescent flakies and silver holographic microglitters. This polish is opaque in two smooth coats of polish.
“LE 186” has a dark purple foil base with gold magnet effect. I am obsessed with this unique magnetic shade! I held a polish magnet over each nail while the polish was still wet for approximately 20 seconds to achieve this magnetic look.
The polishes shown in this post were sent to me for free in exchange for swatching and my honest review. Thank you so much for reading! If you’d like to keep up with my blog, take a peek at the right-hand sidebar where you can follow with your email address or WordPress account. You can also find me and my swatches on Instagram @rachelaughsnails.