Saturday, September 29, 2012

Trelly's Polish — Violet, You're Turning Violet

Today I have a new-to-the -blog indie brand. It's Trelly's Polish. I don't remember how I came across her polishes, but I saw a few and had to get them. 

Violet, You're Turning Violet is a blue/clear base with multi sized/shaped blue, purple, and white glitter.

This is 2 thin coats of Violet, You're Turning Violet over China Glaze Sweet Hook.

Overall I like this polish, but I do wish the glitter was a little more dense. It looks a lot denser in the bottle than on the nail and because the base is slightly tinted, using the dabbing method can cause the base coat to build up in darker patches and I don't like that.

I have yet to try out the other two polishes I got from her, but I'm hoping those will be denser.

You can purchase Trelly's Polish from her Etsy shop for $9.00 for a full 15ml bottle.

Until next time~ :)

Friday, September 21, 2012

Enchanted Polish — Vampire's Dessert

Not even going to bother writing a whole lot about this since it's the SECOND time I've had this publish without remembering to edit it. Lol.

This is Enchanted Polish Vampire's Dessert. It is a beautiful deep brown holographic polish.

2 coats to full opacity. This is seriously another amazing holographic from Enchanted polish.

You can purchase Enchanted Polishes from Llarowe and Harlow&Co for varying prices.

Until next time~ :)

Sunday, September 16, 2012

The Spooky Bones Company — Watcher's Woods

I honestly cannot believe I never posted this before!

It's been so long since I swatched this, I don't remember much about it really.

The Spooky Bones Company Watcher's Woods. The description from the Etsy listing: "This delicious red-orange glitter is filled with a variety of orange, copper, bronze, and red extra fine glitter and holographic yellow micro glitter." 

I'm pretty sure this was 2 coats of Watcher's Woods. Natural light, no top coat.

This was a limited edition polish so I don't think it's available anymore. But there are tons of other awesome polishes from The Spooky Bones Etsy Shop.

Until next time~ :)

Friday, September 7, 2012

Rainbow Honey — The Worst Possible Thing

So I know in my last post, I showed you guys Essie Barefoot in Blue. 

I felt that it was lacking something and I was also kind of dying to try out my new Rainbow Honey polishes. So I layered The Worst Possible Thing on top of it. :) Of course, just as with Barefoot in Blue, these are not entirely color accurate. -_-

The above is 2 thin coats of Rainbow Honey The Worst Possible Thing over Essie Barefoot in Blue.

This is a gorgeous mix of glitter in a periwinkle tinted base. Application was okay. I did find the formula on TWPT to be a little thick, not sure if some thinner would help but I'm sure it would.

You can purchase Rainbow Honey polishes from their website for $10 for full size (15ml) and $5 for mini size (7ml).

Until next time~ :)