Entity 1 Gel Polish – Electric Runway

I’ve had this lone Entity 1 polish sitting on my shelf for a few months and I finally decided to give it a try. The shade is called Electric Runway, a gorgeous shimmery electric blue.  You know I’m a sucker for blues!  I was really pleasantly surprised by this polish.  It applied so easily and wears really well.  It was pretty opaque with two coats, but I applied three. The price of the Entity 1 polishes seems to range from $10-15 on Amazon.com, though most are in the lower end of the range which is reasonable and comparable to other brands like Gelish.  I might have to pick up a few more of these beauties.

I wore the plain color for a couple of days and then spiced it up with some embellishments.  I stamped a design onto the nails using Bundle Monster plate BM-422 from the CYO collection, and China Glaze Passion.  I took a dotting tool and added some tiny dots around the circles using Gelish Rendezvous and It’s a Lily.  Then  I applied a fuchsia gemstone in the center of each circle using Gelish Foundation as the glue, and added a layer of top coat over it all.

Chickettes.com Nail Art with Entity 1 Gel Polish & Stamping

Here is Entity 1 Electric Runway before I added the design elements:

Entity 1 Gel Polish - Electric RunwayEntity 1 Gel Polish - Electric Runway

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5 Responses

  1. Arlene says:

    Can you please tell me where you get your gem stones from? They’re gorgeous! I love the finished manicure with the stamping.

    • Andrea says:

      I linked the gemstones in the text to where I bought them. These ones are from Messy Mansion. I also buy Swarovski crystal gemstones from artbeads.com.

  2. Anna says:

    Have you had any problems with your second Top it off coat peeling? I did a gel mani a while back with a dark purple and after a week my top coat had some scratches in it and just wasn’t as shiny so I added a second coat of Top it off and within a day or two it was peeling off. Because of that I haven’t tried putting Top it off over my stamping art, I just use a normal top coat.