Monday, October 12, 2015

Potion Polish Halloween 2015 Collection Swatches & Review

Hey friends! I'm back today with another Halloween collection, this time from indie brand Potion Polish! This is a new-to-me brand and I was definitely not disappointed with my first shades from them. Let's see the pretties!

Pumpkin Fizzy is a bright orange jelly packed with orange holographic glitter in various sizes, gold micro flakies and a hint of holographic dust. I found this easy to apply and I was able to get a good amount of glitter out without trying. This is a very pigmented shade and the brand warns that it may stain, but I didn't have any issues. Two coats.
Potion Polish Pumpkin Fizzy

Costume Party is a witchy deep black jelly polish that has a great gorgeous eggplant purple shimmer and some sprinkles of green-gold holographic glitter bits. This was thin on the first coat, but was completely opaque in two coats. I love the metallic shimmer in this, it seems like a galaxy inside the jelly!
Potion Polish Costume Party

Warts n' All is a fantastic matte chartreuse glitter in a glowing holographic base with pea green holo glitter and gold micro flakies. This also went on very easily with a lot of glitter payoff. This shade reminds me of a crazy glittery pickle! I am so in love with this, I think I may be wearing it on Halloween this year! Another shade that Potion Polish warns can possibly stain so double up on your base coat just in case. I used two coats.
Potion Polish Warts n' All

Poltergeist Heist is a fiery violet purple jelly with iridescent orange glitter, scattered holographic bits, purple metallic and holo glitter in various sizes with an elsuive ghostly blue shimmer. Whew, this polish is complex! It's a little thick, could get gummy if you use too heavy of a layer. I used three thin coats here.
Potion Polish Poltergeist Heist

All of these did have a distinct kind of chemical smell, similar to but not nearly as strong or offensive as Kleancolor polishes. I have two more shades from this brand to try and they do not have the smell, so it might be just this batch. I enjoy the bottle shape and size they use, it's very close to the Nine Zero Lacquer bottle type. The brush was nice and wide but not too thick or thin. They are in 12mL bottles which is just slightly smaller than mainstream brands like OPI which are 15mL.

These are available now on the Potion Polish website for $9 each or $32 for the set of four. Tell me what you think about these gorgeous spooky shades! What are you wearing on your nails this Halloween??

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