Today and tomorrow I will finish the last of the swatches that I have from Dollish Polish. These were all from a restock that she did in her store a few weeks ago and the have been waiting to be seen! We are headed to New Hampshire for a couple of days, so I am running today and tomorrow by scheduled posts. Sunday we will be home - and when I'm not sleeping - I will be swatching like a mad woman! RAWRZOR! haha!
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Dollish Polish - Drop. Your. Sword - 2 coats
Base Color: Essie - Borrowed & Blue - 2 coats
No Top Coat
This lovely polish is one of my favorites from Dollish. It is named in reference to The Princess Bride. If you havent seen this movie (IMDB), I highly recommend it. It you are a reader - read the book (wiki) and then watch the movie! Both are equal in pure awesomeness! Not only because of the reference, but it is such a wonderful and subtle shade all around.
But back to the lacquer. This is a beautiful light blue filled with a blue shimmer, and has several sizes of golfd glitter scattered throughout. To keep the glitter more subtle I opted for 2 coats, this also helsp show that the base is sheer enough to still allow for sparkle!
Dollish Polish - Urban Camo - 2 -3 coats
Base Color: Essie - Chinchilly - 2 coats
Top Coat - Seche Vite
This glitter is very fun! I chose to layer it over Chinchilly because it reminded me if a cement grey to go along with the name, Urban Camo. This has black, white, gold and silver hex glitters, black square glitter, and small black and neon green glitters. It is a very unusual mix of glitters that turns into an awesome package.
As with the other Dollish lacquers I have shared, these have a wonder formula. They are very nice to work with and spread easily.
What are your thoughts on these glitters? Would you use different base colors?