Emily de Molly Neutral Toned Crelly Trio - Swatches & Review

Saturday, 5 June 2021


Last month was a busy month for Emily de Molly.  There was the May release, limited edition polishes, a toppers collection, some covert base coats and the neutral toned crelly trio.  Oh and there was the Polish Pick Up shade.  I think that was everything.  Like I said it was a busy month.  I have already shared my swatches and reviews of the May release (which you can find here) and the limited edition polishes (here) so now I can start sharing my swatches of the other polishes.  Starting with the Neutral Toned Crelly Trio.

A Subtle Approach is a pale dusty pink crelly.  I think this is a really pretty colour and bonus points for not being as sheer as I was expecting (if you don't know I have a strong dislike for visible nail lines and sheer polishes).  For my swatch I used three coats.


Delicate Situation is an off white crelly.  I like that this is an off white and not a stark white.  I found that this one did apply uneven so I needed four coats to even it out.


Indirect Method is a light nude toned crelly.  This is a nice colour and the formula applies evenly.  My swatch shows three coats.


These aren't really my type of polish but I do like the colours.  I would be interested in testing them out with some glitter or stamping in between the layers.

The Neutral Toned Crelly Trio is available now from Emily de Molly's Australian site and the international site.

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