Glam Polish Swatch and Review
November 20, 2013
Provided For Review
Woah where has the time gone?! One week till Thanksgiving/Hanukah and only 3 weeks of school left. Insane in the membrane if I do say so myself! Got done with my third round of exams this week so I say that calls for some disco dancing…
Tehe I love me some Futurama. Today I have four lovely glittery lacquers from Glam Polish which is an indie brand centralized in Australia. The owner Rachel is constantly creating new beauties it would be hard to leave her shop empty handed!
Graveyard Smash is a mix of red and green circles and hexes, purple stars and hexes in a clear base. There are also microglitters in all these colors as well. The mix of green, red and purple in this really got me and out of the four shades I tried out this was my favorite. I layered it overtop of Tillie Polishes Hot Stone Massage and surprisingly the star glitters came out equally and didn’t need placement. Accented it with a water marble like I always do using some Zoya shades in America and Mira.
Check out this new pose, very similar to Thepolishedokie’s one. I really like the way it looks and might have to adopt it as well! Been thinking about getting myself a new camera and ditching the iPhone one. Not sure what to decide as am a horrible decision maker.
Insane Clown Poppy is a mix of blue, red, yellow, pink, lavender, green and white circle, hex and square glitters in a clear base. Here I layered it overtop of Color Clubs Age of Aquarius. The primary colors in this one stood out to me.
Blibber Blubbler has a mix of blue, yellow and light orange hexes, neon green and pink glitters in various sizes including stars and butterflies and blue circles all in a white crelly base. I uesd one coat overtop of Cult Nails Tempest. The bigger glitters in this one were a little harder to pick up and place but it was managable.
Bubble Breeze has blue and silver holo circles, hexes and microglitters in a blue crelly base. I used one coat with some placement overtop of Zoya’s Robyn and then accented it with a water marble. The holo glitters in this one are what got my attention, can’t go wrong with some holo!
All these colors can be found at Glam Polishes site which is now offering shipping to the USA from their site HERE. If you would like to contact Rachel, Glam polishes owner, then you can email her at email@example.com
Glam polish is also offered through these international stockiest’s below: