piCture pOlish: Warning

This gorgeous polish by piCture pOlish is called Warning, which is really hard to describe. It’s a sheer lavender jelly-ish base with very small multi colored glass flecks and blue shimmer. picture polish warningI used three coats to get full opacity. As with Violet Femme (earlier swatched here) I didn’t found it necessary to use top coat since it has a gorgeous shine by itself 🙂 The formula of this polish is fine and easy to work with. I waited a while between each layer to prevent dragging. I think this would also look stunning layered over a black base.picture polish warning1piCture pOlishes are 3-free and NOT tested on animals!

Head over to the piCture pOlish network list to check where you can find them! You can find piCture pOlish on Facebook and Twitter too 😉

For my girls here in The Netherlands: piCture pOlishes and Ozotic polishes are available through Petra’s webshop: Pretty Polish! Can’t find the one(s) you’re looking for? Petra is always willing to kindly answer your question(s) through the contact form. And of course you can find Pretty Polish on Twitter and Facebook too!

*product was generously provided to me by piCture pOlish for my unbiased review

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13 thoughts on “piCture pOlish: Warning

  1. btw, I have trouble photographing blue tones purple or fuchia pink polishes. Do you have any adise how to make the pictures look as clse to the actual color as possible? Like f.example purples look blue and fuscias look red… I’ve almost given up. Could it be my camera? I have a canon 500D

    • I don’t think it’s your camera. Some colors just don’t want to be photographed. I have the same problem. What I always do when I have that problem is take a lot of pictures at different places/lightning, so daylight, artificial lightning, shaded light and even with a tissue wrapped around my lamp. Then I’ll pick the one that is most color accurate 😀 Oh.. ps: did you get my mail?

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