Wednesday, January 30, 2013

3 Little Indies

Hi folks! Whoa, January has flown by huh! I can't believe it's almost February. Craziness! Today I'm bringing you three mini indie polishes that I bought this past summer and haven't shown you yet.

First is Pretty and Polished Bubble Tea. It's a very interesting polish, a milky jelly in a yellow slime-ish green color with teeny whitish clear glitter, that reminds me of salt, and black hexes. I layered two coats over OPI Don't Talk Bach To Me from the Germany collection. If you've ever had the real bubble tea, you know this is a spot on interpretation in polish form.

Next is Hit Polish Precious Metal. Bronze, copper, gold, silver and gunmetal colored metallic hex glitters in all sizes with a handful of holo microglitter makes this a stunner! I actually didn't even realize there was holo in it until I stepped into the sun to take this picture and it nearly blinded me! I layered two coats over OPI Nein! Nein! Nein! Ok Fine!. I love this and should actually get around to wearing it again soon!

And last is Hit Polish Halloween. It's a glitter polish with hexes, squares, and bar glitter in purple, green, and orange. I layered two coats over OPI Deutsch You Want Me Baby?. I didn't love this as much as I expected but it's fun enough.

Pretty and Polished nail lacquers can be purchased on their Etsy store and their website. You can get Hit Polish nail lacquers from their Etsy store or their website. How do you like these guys? Have you tried anything from these brands? I love indie polishes! Well, the good ones ;)

11 comments :

  1. I own & love bubble tea! In fact, I began with a mini and graduated to a full size ;). Now I just have to hunt down a place to try some bubble tea, as it sounds DELICIOUS!

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    1. i actually am not a big fan of the actual drink but it's so pretty to look at haha!

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  2. All lovely but Precious Metal is WOW. Soo smitten with that one:)

    Sara xx

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  3. I really like the second one!

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  4. Precious Metal is gorgeous!

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  5. Love Bubble Tea! Was this taken with outdoor lightingฦ

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  6. Bubble Tea really is spot on to what it's inspired by, I like that they incorporated some silver sparkle in there to make it a little more interesting. Thanks for the swatches!

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    1. oh yeah i totally agree :) and thank YOU for reading!

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  7. I've never had bubble tea, but I do know that's what it looks like!!! Awesome!

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