Sunday, February 2, 2014

Polish Addict Nail Color Valentine's Collection Review Part II

Press Sample
Happy Super Bowl Sunday Polished Babes!!! Yesterday was my 6 month Blogiversary!!! So exciting! Thank you all for your support, I truly appreciate it! Today I have another 5 new polishes from Polish Addict Nail Color (PANC) to show you. If you haven't seen Part I, please check it out HERE. You will not be disappointed at all. Let's get right into it, shall we?

First up is Chemical Romance, a glitter bomb topper full of various shapes and sizes of glitters. It also includes skulls, for those of you who love those! I must say, I am not a huge fan of multiple shapes of glitters, but I know there are many people who love them. Anyway, that's beside the point. This glitter topper is gorgeous. I dabbed one coat over a black creme, which allowed each glitter to pop. Application was a breeze, but I chose the dabbing method since it is such a dense mixture.



Love & Theft is another glitter topper, which includes a mixture of stars, bars, and hearts in multiple colors. Again, I used the dabbing method and there were no issues with application. I chose to layer this one over a light blue creme and I love the way it came out. This was super smooth after applying topcoat.


Next we have Roses R'Red, a gorgeous holographic thermal polish. It has a shimmering light rosy pink base with gold and pink microglitters. This is such a pretty polish! I love the subtle sparkle of this beauty! It is a lighter color pink when warm and turns to a deeper rose toned pink when cold. The thermal effect and transition of this polish was very difficult to capture. It didn't seem to change easily and even after obtaining the change (placing my hands in cold water), it did not stay for very long.  Nonetheless, this is one pretty polish!

Here it is when warm...

Cold...

Of course we had Roses R'Red, so it only makes sense to also have Violets R'Blue, right? Or is that just me? I like symmetry and balance, so I can't help it! This is the blue toned counterpart and is gorgeous all the same. It is a light dusty blue with blue, white, and purple holographic shimmer. It turns a beautiful darker dusty blue when cold. Again, I had the same issues getting the thermal transition effect as I did with the other. This is a very beautiful polish, regardless of those issues.

Here it is when warm...

Cold...

The last polish I have to show you today is called Zombie Love (GITD), a sheer toned jelly with multiple colors and shapes of glitters. I used 3 thin coats and topcoat for this look. Application was great, as Laura has definitely perfected the art of jelly polish!

Check out my glow!!

That's all folks! I hope you have a fun and safe Super Bowl Sunday! Who are you rooting for?

Interested in these beauties...You can find them all in the PANC store by CLICKING HERE. Don't forget to follow PANC on social media via Instagram and Facebook.


3 comments:

  1. Happy Blogiversary! I nominated you for a Liebster Award! http://onachalkboard.blogspot.ca/2014/02/the-liebster-award.html

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  2. PolishedtoPrecisionFebruary 8, 2014 at 1:35 PM

    Thank you!! I will look into it!

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  3. These are gorgeous! Loving Zombie Love! :D

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