I thought I'd kill two birds with one stone and swatch these two polishes at the same time since they go very well together.
Pink Veneer is a pale, bubblegum pink that is perfect for a simple Valentine's Day manicure. Naked Glow is Models Own's answer to Barry M's Lychee from their Gelly range (Fundamentally Flawless swatched the two together here) and is a great nude shade for all skin tones. Much like Cornflower Gleam, I found the formula easy to work with though I did have to build up more coats for Pink Veneer as it was a touch patchy but the finish was still incredibly glossy and gives the effect of a gel manicure.
The swatches above and below are three thin coats for Pink Veneer and two thin coats for Naked Glow and topped off with a top coat. Another thing to note was that about two hours after I applied the polish, I was watching Netflix and didn't notice that my thumb was digging into my pyjama leg so I had clothes marks on my thumb and part of my index finger. I thought my swatch was ruined before I had a chance to take photos but come morning, the marks had disappeared and the nail had smoothed out. I'm usually very careful about these sorts of things so I don't know whether this is a special case or whether polish usually evens itself out but it's another point of interest.
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*this product was sent to me for review but all opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way