Kate is described as a pinkish grapefruit. Coraline is described as a warm, juicy tangerine. Belle is described as a coppery pink with miscroscopic iridescent glitter.
You can see which one I've used the most of! Coraline is such a beautiful tangerine jelly. When paired with the other two, though, things are just off-the-hook gorgeous!
I decided to do a gradient mani using Coraline and Kate with a layer of Belle on top. I had a little trouble getting a perfect gradient, but I'm still really happy with the mani. It's really pretty!
The polish in this photo is Coraline:
The polish in this photo is Kate:
The polish in this photo is Belle:
I started with a layer of Seche Rebuild (my nails are starting to flake again, boo!). Then I applied a coat of CND Stickey base. Next, I applied two full coats of Coraline. Then I sponged several coats of both Coraline and Kate on top to create the gradient. Over that, I applied two very thick layers of Seche Vite.
With all of those layers of polish, my nails looks thick like I had acrylics done, but hopefully it'll help the mani last longer than it typically would and help strengthen my nails in the process!