Thursday, October 10, 2013

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Hollish Polish - Delicious Spring Collection

I have some polishes from another new Aussie Indie brand to share to tonight.   

Hollish Polish has a pretty spring collection called Delicious Spring, consisting of six milky glitter polishes. I love collections like this that really feel like they belong together.  Lets have a closer look.

Blueberry Brulee - a pastel blue crelly polish with gold micro glitter and fine to medium glitters in light ocean blue, holographic aqua and turquoise, including turquoise dots. This is two coats with Seche Vite top coat.





Grape Granita - a pastel lavender crelly polish with gold micro glitter and purple and lavender fine to medium hex in matte, metallic and holographic finishes. This is two coats with Seche Vite top coat.





Green Apple Gelati - a pastel apple green crelly polish with gold micro glitter, lime green holo glitter and pale sea green hex and dots. This is two coats with Seche Vite top coat.





Mint Macarons - a pastel teal crelly polish with gold micro glitter and metallic and holographic teal hexes in two size.  This leans more blue than mint, but it's definitely a green blue, like a Tiffany blue. This is two coats with Seche Vite top coat.





Peach Parfait - a pastel orange crelly polish with gold micro glitter and matte and holographic orange glitters. This shade is just slightly oranger (that so is a word ok) than my skin tone. So it's like a sparkly nude colour. This is two coats with Seche Vite top coat.





Strawberry Sundae - is a pale pink crelly polish with gold micro glitter and fine to medium sized hot pink, and light pink glitters in matte, metallic and holographic finishes, including light pink dots. This is two coats with Seche Vite top coat.





The formula on these was good, although like with most milky glitters, it's best to let the first coat dry quite well before applying the second coat, otherwise the brush can pull the glitters through the base colour and leave drag marks.  The good thing is that the polish dries quite fast and they were all opaque after two coats. I also love dot glitter, I'll never get enough of dot glitter.

Hollish polishes are available from the Hollish Nails Etsy Store.  The polishes are 5-free and the store is based in South Australia.  I'm not too sure if she offers international shipping.

Polishes send for review.

4 comments:

  1. Oooeehhh I almost love 'em all! ♥

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  2. Awesome collection, I love the soft colours!

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  3. All of these are so pretty!

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  4. Thanks so much for the beautiful swatches and review!
    I do not offer international shipping as yet, but if I find a way around Australia Post's 'dangerous goods' restrictions, I will be all over it!
    -Holly.

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