Oopsy Daisy

Monday 27 July 2015

Hey Guys!

So I recently discovered the new nail polish brand Cassella. They hand blend all of their nail polish in Great Britain and it is both 5 free and cruelty free. That means they aren't tested on animals and they don't contain Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Toluene & Camphor. To launch their brand they held a giveaway over on instagram and I was one of the lucky winners! For my prize I was able to choose my favourite polish from their new collection 'X'

The collection as a whole looks absolutely gorgeous I have to say! It consists of 6 pastel polishes; white, yellow, orange, pink, blue and green. Of course I chose the pastel blue because I am obsessed with pastel/powder blue at the moment! 

So here is the polish: 

How cute is the note they sent too!? So sweet! It was a really nice touch :) 

I love the simplicity of the polish. The shape is similar to Nails Inc bottles but I really love the minimalistic logo. 

Anyway onto the nail art I created:

I thought this colour would be perfect with daisy style flowers and I remembered a mani by  +la paillette frondeuse I had been dying to recreate. Therefore, this seemed the perfect opportunity!


Products used: 

First impressions: 

So on first impressions of the polish it was a little thicker than most others I am use to although it was still a creamy formula. Apart from it being a little more unusual in consistency it applied nice and smoothly and I've wondered whether it may be a polish that will stamp due to the consistency (I'll investigate and report back!). It was fully opaque in just two coats and I added top coat to finish. 

So that's it!


I really really love this polish it is such a pretty pastel blue and was opaque in 2 coats. I really like this design too although my daisies are a little wonky but oh well!

What do you guys think?

Rach xx


  1. Ooooo so pretty =]


  2. This is super cute, I love the negative space between the daisies and the added gold studs!


    1. Thanks so much! I'm really loving negative space designs lately :)