Friday, December 9, 2016

Glam Polish Every Witch Way Collection [Partial] Swatches & Review

A Witchy Friday to you, kind reader! Today I have a new bunch of shades to share with you from Australian indie brand Glam Polish, the Every Witch Way collection! This is a six piece collection of wintery pale shades that invoke feelings of mystical sorceresses instead of the cackling green witches we think of around Halloween. I've got five of the colors to show you, so let's take a look!

Resting Witch Face is a pale greyed out blue holographic crelly with blue and purple glass fleck shimmer. This applied easily, it was nice and creamy for such a bangin holo! Two coats. Confession? I'm pretty sure I have been accused of having a "resting witch face." ;)
Glam Polish Resting Witch Face

Every Witch Way has multiple sizes of pink, blue, white and silver holographic glitter along with color shifting iridescent glitter in a clear base. I layered one coat over Resting Witch Face. This is so gorgeous! The glitter will dry bumpy so you'll want a thick layer of top coat. This would also look really great over darker colors!
Glam Polish Every Witch Way

I had to show a photo of this in the shade. The shifty glitters give the polish such a different look in low light! (and oddly made it look kinda purple, but it's not purple)
Glam Polish Every Witch Way @kelliegonzoblog

Karma’s A Witch is a soft violet holographic crelly with purple glass fleck shimmer. This was just as great as the other crelly holo, though this one was slightly more jelly than crème. Just as opaque though, only two coats for opacity.
Glam Polish Karma's A Witch

Witches Be Trippin’ has multiple sizes of black, white and silver holographic glitter along with more of those color shifting iridescent glitter pieces in a clear base. I put one coat on top of Karma's A Witch. This is incredibly beautiful and I am mesmerized by it. You will probably want a thick top coat for this one as well to get a smooth finish.
Glam Polish Witches Be Trippin'

Another shade shot for you! I am totally in love with this.
Glam Polish Witches Be Trippin'

Witch Be Like… has an aqua tinted jelly base with purple glass flecks and multiple sizes of holographic glitter. This guy was slightly runny for me, but not terribly so. The jelly base can get goopy if you pile on your coats too quickly, so be sure to wait a few minutes between layers to get the best application. I used two here.
Glam Polish Witch Be Like

The last shade that I don't have to show you is Witch With Attitude, a pink tinted jelly base with blue glass flecks and multiple sizes of holographic glitter, sort of the sister shade to Witches Be Like... You can see some lovely swatches of that gal on the Glam Polish instagram page!

This collection goes on sale today Dec. 9 at 1pm EST on the Glam Polish website. You can save 10% when purchasing the entire collection. Let me know what you think about these gorgeous Glam shades! I'm not exaggerating when I say everyone needs Witches Be Trippin' haha!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Potion Polish Magic of Christmas Collection Swatches & Review

I can't believe it's December y'all, it's been one crazy year! I've welcomed the snow and the cold weather, but I'm sure I'll be sick of it soon haha. Is it cold where you are? Any-who, I've got another awesome indie holiday collection for you today, it's the Potion Polish Magic of Christmas collection! And spoiler alert...it's my favorite collection they've ever done!

Christmas Cheer is a deep plummy purple with a blue sheen that shifts from a dark violet to a magenta cherry red to a cobalt blue with holographic flakes mixed in. This is a gorgeous shade and I was sad to take it off! Good formula, a touch on the runny side, but you get the right amount on your brush and you're set! This is two coats.
Potion Polish Christmas Cheer

Snowmelt is a fosty winter blue with added silver flakes and a soft holographic effect. This formula knocked my wooly winter socks off! Effortless to paint with, opaque in just two coats!
Potion Polish Snowmelt

Very Merry is a deep cranberry holographic with added twinkles of gold glitter. Stellar and super simple formula, two coats for coverage. This reminds me of a yummy bowl of cranberry sauce, with holo!
Potion Polish Very Merry

Define Naughty is a light creamy beige with a soft holographic effect. This shade was very easy to apply for such a light color, and it was more opaque than I expected! I used two coats here.
Potion Polish Define Naughty

All Decked Out is a peachy warm rose gold jelly stuffed with holographic flakes. Nice and easy formula, no issues here. I found it looked great at two coats but you can make it even more opaque by using one more layer. Those holo sparks are dazzling eh?
Potion Polish All Decked Out

Morning Mocha has a dark chocolatey base filled with strong copper shimmer and golden bronze chrome flakes. Another great formula, no fuss here! Two coats for full opacity. This guy dries a bit dull so you'll want a shiny top coat.
Potion Polish Morning Mocha

Even Santa Loves Pink is an adorable soft pink leaning slightly lavender holographic with gold accents. Can you believe it, this one is great too! Two easy dreamy coats. I'm head over heels for this, I always like pink at Christmas time!
Potion Polish Even Santa Loves Pink

Holly Bough is rich dark green holographic with some glimmery gold chrome flakes. It was very smooth and lovely, just glides on the nail. I used two coats here.
Potion Polish Holly Bough

This collection is available now on the Potion Polish website. They range in price from $10.00 - $10.75 each. Let me know what you think of these shades! They really hit it out of the park for me, I'm in love with every shade!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Nine Zero Lacquer December 2016 Polish of the Month Swatch & Review

Hey there, it's a new month, so comes a new Polish of the Month from Nine Zero Lacquer! This indie brand has been releasing a new polish each month this year to be a part of their 2016: A Year In Review collection.

December 2017 is a baby blue holographic with holographic silver microglitter. Lovely formula, glides on easily and covers the nail well. This is two coats. Dries a touch dull so use a top coat for a shiny finish.

This polish can be purchased on the Nine Zero Lacquer website for $11. Let me know how you like this shade! What have you thought of the 2016: A Year In Review collection? I've reviewed all 12 and have loved seeing what comes out each month. They are all available for a limited time before the end of the year, so if you missed any you're thinking about picking up, don't hesitate!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.
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