A childhood spent eating mulberries from the mulberry tree, and the stained purple fingers that accompanied long summer days makes this colour as unforgettable as the delicious fruit itself!
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If gelicious PEELS OFF WITH HOT WATER, WHAT ABOUT WASHING UP OR THE SHOWER?
It's the first question we are asked! gelicious is super hard and has a shiny gel finish when it is cool. When you soak gelicious in hot water for 60 seconds (hot like the shower - as hot as you can manage) gelicious softens but you really need to nick the corner of the product to break the seal and peel it away. It isn't until you actually get under the product to lift it that it will budge. It's a little like peeling a sticker off a glass - you need to intentionally get under a corner to lift it away. Starting at the cuticle works best.
Ingredient list: Aliphatic aurethane oligomer, Polyeurethane acrylate oligomer, Special acrylate oligomer, TPGDA, Anti-setting agent, Trimethylopropane, Butyl Methacrylate, Photoinitator, Ethylene glycol methacrylate, Pigment / glitter and D&C Violet.
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Posted by Unknown on 9th Jul 2016
If fuschia and magenta had a baby it would look like Mulberry. A cool hue, not quite pink and not quite purple. It makes me think of old Noir films. It's glamorous and edgy at the same time.
Posted by Sonia Stadler on 2nd Apr 2016
I was trying to decide which version of "berry" to purchase and finally decided on Mulberry. The colour is great, very true to my computer screen (though obviously this varies with each screen). Will definitely be wearing often. :)
Posted by Deb on 16th Dec 2015
I'm a big Gelicious fan and user and I really like this colour. It's an interesting shade which is a bit pinky with purple undertones. I found I had to use 4 coats on my toenails to get the deep colour I wanted as it was still a bit streaky with my usual 2 coats. :)
Posted by Lo on 5th Dec 2015
This is a shade on the pinker side than Cranberry. It's really pretty.
The one thing I would recommend is perhaps a tapered brush which another normal nail polish company uses and I found putting on nail polish was so much easier. I'm not using normal nail polish at all so I would love to have the ease those tapered brushes give with gelicious nails.
I love the way my nails look all the time now no matter how much of a bashing they get.
Posted by Nell on 29th Nov 2015
Love this colour! Can be dressed up & more casual - perfect match for the dress I wore to a wedding & still "conventional" enough for work!
Posted by zoe on 10th Apr 2015
Love this colour its gourgous
Posted by Sheryn on 17th Feb 2015
LOVE this colour! A deep pink with a slight cool hint of purple. Makes you wanna go make and (eat) that delicious berry cake or ice cream you've been dreaming about all summer. Will be using regularly!
Posted by Libby ♥ Gelicious Team Member ♥ on 16th Feb 2015
Hi Sasa -
Thanks for your feedback. We have not had this feedback before. Can we suggest ou give the bottle a good shake, and check you did two ccoats? The first coar will look streaky with most of our colours but the second coat should be rich and opaque.
If you are still having trouble we have a 30 day Satisfaction Guarantee and will happily replace any colour if you would like to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope that helps!
Lots of love
Posted by Lyn on 13th Feb 2015
Love the color, love gelicious nail gel,
Posted by Sasa on 7th Feb 2015
Gosh this is probably one of the few Gelicious products that I didn't enjoy and that didn't work well on me. A shame as I had high hopes but my main issue is that the polish comes out streaky, I have tried about 3 times using my usual technique but no joy sadly. The colour as you'd expect with a berry toned polish is probably suited to blue tones. I'll save this for toes or give away.
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