Today I have two new (I think) shades by Essence to show you:The bright blue is called Paradise and the blurple is Wonderfuel. They’re both on the sheer side and I needed three coats of each for full opacity. There’s still some slight visible nail line with Paradise, but I don’t mind that. Both shades aren’t very unique in my Essence stash. I believe there are a few that are possible dupes, similar, or in the same family. I’ve found the following four in my stash that I think are close: splash! (172), finding dori, i don’t care! i love it! and you wow’d me again. I haven’t done a side by side swatch comparison though they look close.What do you think of these? And let me know if you’d like to see a side by side swatch comparison of the ones mentioned.
Here’s an extra post to show you the newest addiction to the shop. Meet At The End of the Rainbow, an intense lavender holographic glitter polish. Not your ‘regular’ holographic awesomeness though. This sparkles like crazy. Shown here is two coats plus top coat:Natural daylight:And a macro bottle shot in direct sunlight:Like it? Get yours at the shop 🙂
As of today a new collection by Miss Sporty is available at selected stores. Three new Candy Shine Glitter Effect polishes have been added to their range. These three glitter bombs have no names but are numbered instead:Today I’d like to show you the green one, number 1. This is a clear base packed with green and holographic glitter in a variety of sizes and shapes. There are also some tiny green bar glitters in the mix. The formula is good with a nice glitter payoff. I chose to use a peachy pink polish as my base color. Shown is one coat layered over two coats of A Gallon Of Melon by Catrice. I topped it with one coat of top coat for a glossy and long lasting finish.The Candy Shine Glitter Effect polishes are now available at selected stores (7ml each).
Is there such a color as midnight purple? If yes, Cabrón by Manglaze is exactly that. Totally loving this one! I used two coats here and added some top coat only on the tips of my nails. Using the sugar spun technique for this seemed like a fab idea for a change 🙂 It’s so easy to do and it looks quite cool, don’t you think? I used my last drops of HK Girl by Glisten & Glow and a small dotting tool for this. Top coat always thickens over time when it’s almost gone so I didn’t need to thicken it up much. This way the last drops of top coat get some love too, instead of getting thrown away. What do you think of this?
I’m back with two more shades from the Nail Party Collection by El Corazon.For this mani I used Strawberry Margarita (423/626) and Long Island (423/622), both two easy and super glossy coats. Because I added some kind of dots I did applied one coat of top coat. These polishes are super glossy by themselves.
You can find El Corazon polishes at their website. This collection isn’t available yet at Hypnotic Polish.
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*this polish was kindly provided to me by El Corazon for my unbiased review