Tuesday, January 28, 2014

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Picture Polish - Scarlett

I have a stunning new shade from Picture Polish to show you tonight.  If you follow Picture Polish on Facebook you would have already seen a bottle shot of this beautiful new polish in their opulence range.

Scarlett - a pink leaning red polish with complex mix of multicoloured shimmers and a soft holographic sheen.  Looking at Scarlett in it's bottle it looks much pinker that it does on the nail.  There are tiny shimmer particles in blue, pink and gold as well as a subtle holographic flame.

Application was perfect, just like I expect from my Picture Polish shades. Pigmentation is great.  You could get away with one thicker coat if you wanted to.  Actually, when I was swatching this, I forgot to put a second coat onto my thumb, so you can see in the last photo how opaque just one coat is.

Lets take a look at this beautiful polish.  This is two thin coats with Seche Vite top coat (one coat on the thumb)







Scarlett is coming soon and will be available from www.picturepolish.com.au as well as through their Network of resellers.

ETA: I was requested to show some comparison photos of Picture Polish Scarlett and Ohara. So here it is. As you can see they are completely different colours and finishes.


8 comments:

  1. wow, swatches already! thank you, you are gorgeous :)
    Could you perhaps compare Picture Polish Scarlett and O'Hara? Please please please!

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    1. Of course, very happy to do some comparisons for you.

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    2. Great! Don't you have a-England Rose Bower, by the way? Looks like this one also could take part in this comparison.

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    3. Hi Viktoria - I've added a comparison with ohara, but sorry, I don't have aEngland Rose Bower to compare with.

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  2. Wow, I love one of them! I'm taking notes of the polishes you've mentioned.

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  3. This colour looks beautiful on you Cathy, love your swatches! I'd also like to see the comparisons. With your comment on the polish looking sllightly different in the bottle, I wonder if it has something to do with skin tone, like lipsticks can look one way in the stick and slightly different colours on different people.

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    1. Happy to do a comparison, and yes that's quite possibly why the polish looks a little different in the bottle. It will be nice to see more swatches too to see how they compare.

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