Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Glam Polish Alphabet City Collection [Partial] Swatches & Review

Hey there! Today I have a new collection being released on New Year's Day from Australian indie brand Glam Polish. The Alphabet City collection has nine bright ultra holo glitter shades inspired by the characters and songs from the Broadway Musical Avenue Q. I was slightly familiar with the musical but didn't know a ton about it until I got this collection for review; I've since looked into it more and it seems hilarious!

These all are the same style, super holographic with small round holo glitter, all applied excellently, and are opaque in two coats. One coat of top coat was sufficient for me to get a smooth finish. I'm always impressed with Glam Polish formulas, and these are no exception.

It Sucks To Be Me is cornflower blue. I'm obsessed with this color.
Glam Polish It Sucks To Be Me

Special is fuchsia. This usually isn't my favorite type of shade, but I think it looks excellent in this style.
Glam Polish Special

Not Wearing Underwear is bright aqua turquoise. Stunning and totally my style!
Glam Polish Not Wearing Underwear

The Internet Is For Pourn is a bright red with a slight pink tone. I'm always dazzled by red holos, and this shade is fantastic.
Glam Polish The Internet Is For Pourn

Mix Tape is an amethyst purple. This is a nice twist instead of the usual bright purples we see.
Glam Polish Mix Tape

Schadenfreude is a bright chartreuse. Oh em FREAKING gee! Everyone needs this!
Glam Polish Schadenfreude

The shades I don't have that complete the collection are: School for Monsters - grass green, Loud As the Hell You Want - bright orange, and The More You Ruv Someone - baby pink. Swatches of these three colors can be seen on my friend Lisa's blog. You can also see more swatches on the Glam Polish Facebook page and as well as photos of their other new collection being released the same day, a trio called The Purple Predicament.

This collection will launch on the Glam Polish website on January 1st at 1pm EST (USA) for $11 each. Shipping to Australia, USA, and France are available on that website; shipping rates to USA are $3.50 USD for the first polish and an extra $1.00 for each additional polish. Other international folks will be able to order from stockists like Harlow & Co and MeiMei's Signatures (no release date for them yet). Let me know what you think of this collection! I've been wearing these in rotation for a few weeks now, they're seriously amazing!

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