Darling Diva Polish is a creation by Carrie. Today I will show you five gorgeous must have shades of her newest line. All photo’s are taken in daylight to get the most color accurate photo’s.
Flirt, a soft green linear holographic with tiny green iridescent glitters. The formula is great and easy to work with. I’ve used three thin coats plus top coat. The tiny glitters in this polish gives it a bit extra bling. Great shade for Spring huh!
Glacier is the blue version of Flirt. As with Flirt, the formula is great to work with. I’ve used three thin coats plus top coat.
Sugar Rush is ment to be layered. You will find translucent larger neon hexes, medium translucent neon hexes, iridescent square glitters, and a touch of silver holographic powder in a clear base. As with most glitter polishes I needed to do some fishing and replacing of the hexes. The formula is surprisingly easy to work with. It needs two coats of top coat to get a smooth finish. This polish makes me think of candy. I like it!
Peonie, a soft linear holographix mix op purple, mauve and pink. Another perfect shade for Spring. I’ve used three thin coats plus top coat. If you have short nails, two coats will do the job. The formula is a dream to work with. It goes on smooth and dries very fast 🙂
Wardrobe Malfunction is the soft ‘blurple’ sister of Peonie and is formula wise the same. Love this!
I love every single one of these polishes. The formula of all of them is a dream and dries very quick. Except from Sugar Rush, you can easily get away with two coats. The linear holo effect isn’t very strong and shows it’s true beauty in sunlight, but it’s perfect for the soft shades.
Darling Diva Polishes are available at Carrie’s Etsy store for $8 – $12 (full size bottles, 15 ml). Like her Facebook page to stay up to date with new releases and special offers. You can find Darling Diva Polishes on Twitter too 🙂
* products were kindly provided to me by Darling Diva Polish for my unbiased review