Today I have a gorgeous polish by Dance Legend to share with you. Take a look at Different View:Lovely, isn’t it? This is three thin coats plus top coat. It looks very different in different lighting and hand poses. :*
I’m back 🙂 Today I have a gorgeous polish by Dance Legend to show you which, in my opinion is perfect for Fall. This is number 637 from their Velvet Collection:Such a gorgeous shade. It has hints of purple and green. This dries to a velvet finish. I applied three thin coats here with no top coat.The Velvet Collection is available at Hypnotic Polish and can be found here.
There are many lovely shades to choose from.
Another matte mani today! Here’s Bogeyman, a collab shade by Anna Gorelova and Dance Legend:What an a-w-e-s-o-m-e polish! Flakies everywhere in a dark brown base. Formula wise I thought this would be streaky, but not at all! This is two coats, no top coat.This polish came with its own adjustable cabochon ring which shows the flakies even better:Lovely, isn’t it?
Bogeyman is available at Hypnotic Polish. They ship worldwide 🙂
Here’s a textured polish for you today. This is Sand!Which? by Dance Legend:I applied two coats of Sand!Which? and stamped over it with No Place Like Chrome by Essie and MoYou Pro XL plate 04. And no top coat to enjoy the textured finish 🙂Are you over textured polishes yet? I still like them, not as much as when the trend began but I think they’re still amazing.
Recently Dance Legend‘s Come Il Faut Collection launched at Hypnotic Polish. Such a wide range of gorgeous shades. One of them is number 577:This is darker than my photo’s show. Since I take all my photo’s in natural lighting, outdoors, most mani’s appear lighter than they are in real life.
Look at that shimmer! This is three thin coats plus top coat.
Here’s a collab shade by Dance Legend and the talented Anna Gorelova. This is (the original version of) Wood Goblin:Such a gorgeous polish! Look at that color shift! Stunning. The formula is good and easy to work with. It has a sort of velvet finish. Shown here is three thin coats with no top coat:And below is with one coat of top coat:What do you think of this one? And do you prefer it with or without top coat? I love it both ways 😀
Here’s an oddball… number 265 from the Melange Collection by Dance Legend. Such an odd hue of grey-isch green:My pictures doesn’t show the true color correctly because I added a subtle stamping design over it by using Color Club‘s Kismet and Cherubic plus stamping plate 04 from the Pro XL range by MoYou.
265 had lots and lots of golden shimmer to it. A unique polish to my stash. The formula is good. I used two coats here. What do you think of these?
The Melange Collection is available at Hypnotic Polish.
I’ve been stamping again! For this mani I used two polishes of the Velvet Collection by Dance Legend. As the name suggests they dry to a semi matte velvet finish. The base color is two coats of number 644. For the stamping design I used number 637 which is such a gorgeous polish. I’ll be showing a full swatch of that one in the near future. It has so much more to it than it shows here. The stamping plate is by MoYou London, number 04 (Pro XL). And of course I didn’t apply top coat here. Thanks for stopping by! :*
The Caviar Collection by Dance Legend consists of 12 different colors packed with black and white micro glitter. Some of them also have metallic micro glitter in the mix. Pseudochromis (1008) also has metallic magenta glitter besides the black and white. This one has a pink leaning purple jelly base. I used three thin coats plus top coat here.