Happy Monday Polished Babes! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I am now only 3 days away from my graduation and I am still super busy. Today is the last "official" day of classes....thank YOU Lord!! Now I have to focus on getting my hair done and figuring out a manicure for both days. Any suggestions?
Today's review is of some of the polishes from Part I of Polish Addict Nail Colors Spring Collection. Laura is already set to release Part II on Wednesday, but USPS just refuses to get my packages to me on time. Let's get this party started....
Spring Equinox is a coral based polish with gold and green flakies, silver holo circles, and iridescent glitters. This one has somewhat of a pearly type of finish. The formula was rather sheer and somewhat streaky when applying. Three coats were used with topcoat. This is a really dainty looking polish, that is sure to make you feel super feminine.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is a champagne colored base with multiple shapes of gold glitters, includig stars. This one was also sheer and streaky when applying. I used three coats and topcoat for these photos. If you're a neutral lover, this one may be for you. Unfortunately, this color isn't very flattering on my complexion.
In Bloom is a pale mint green crelly base with pink, lavender, green, and white glitters of varying sizes. There are also lavender flowers as well. I used three thin coats and topcoat for these photos. Application was super smooth and easy. The glitters spread nice and evenly across the nail. I really like the look of this one and it definitely depicts spring in a good way.
April Showers is a muted blue crelly with greyish undertones. It is loaded with royal blue, light blue, and gold hexes, as well as, metallic purple square glitters. You may recall my showing the protoype of this one a few weeks ago. There were some slight changes, but the final result is absolutely beautiful. I used three thin coats and topcoat. Two coats would be just fine, if your nails are shorter. There were no issues with the formula or application of this one.
May Flowers (of course!) is a glitter topper loaded with holo microglitters, green, blue, teal, purple, and white glitters of varying sizes and shapes. There are also lavender flowers included in this one. I really like this mixture of glitters! It is really pretty and the very sparse addition of the flowers makes it really special without being overwhelming. I used one coat over a black creme and there were no applications issues. I did strategically place the flowers on the nail, but there was no fishing needed.
After the Rain (LE) is a beautiful blue holo with multiple colored flakies and microglitters. I used two coats and topcoat for these pictures. There were no application issues and it did not stain upon removal. I love how you can see the different color glitters shining through the holo base. This polish is the monthly limited edition and will be gone soon. You can receive a free bottle with a $50 purchase.
Again, PANC has given a little something to everyone with these polishes. Be sure to stay tuned for more from Part I of this collection, as well as, Part II. Be sure to follow the brand on Facebook and Instagram. You can shop for these polishes and others by clicking HERE.