Gelish Medieval Madness & Floral Stamp

I tried a new Gelish color today called Medieval Madness, it’s a neutral khaki color.  One of my besties bought this for me for Christmas.  All of the swatches that I saw for this color looked like light grey so I thought it would be similar to Gelish Cashmere Kind of Gal, but it’s totally different.  I normally don’t go for neutrals, but this one is really nice and I think it works well with my skin tone.

After applying the color, I thought it might look nice to add a subtle stamp.  I added this floral stamp using Bundle Monster plate BM 318 and China Glaze Passion.

Gelish Medieval Madness with Subtle Floral Stamp

Gelish Medieval Madness with Subtle Floral Stamp

Here are a couple swatches of Medieval Madness by itself.

Gelish Medieval Madness SwatchGelish Medieval Madness SwatchAnd here is a quick comparison of Medieval Madness and Cashmere Kind of Gal.

Gelish Medieval Madness compared to Gelish Cashmere Kind of Gal

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3 Responses

  1. Josephine says:

    Beautiful polish and the subtle stamping looks amazing!

  2. Katie says:

    I love this look! I found your ‘blog while looking for gel color swatches, and nail stamping. I have recently started doing my own gel manicures. When you did the above manicure, did you stamp them with the China Glaze (regular polish, right?) after you already cured the gel top coat, or before applying the gel topcoat?

    • Andrea says:

      Hi Katie. Yes, I stamped with the regular polish on top of the Gelish top coat. Wipe the tacky layer off of the top coat, stamp, and then apply another thin layer of top coat. :)