Happy Saturday lovelies! I have a bunch of pretties from Polish Addict Nail Polish to share with you today. There are a bunch here, so we will just dive right in!
Pretty in Punk is a light gray crelly with gold, red, and black glitter throughout. I used three easy coats and had no issues with application. I really love this color combo!
Soft Kitty is a lavender crelly with gold, purple, teal, and pink squares and hexes. The formula was thick, but in a good way. I was able to get full coverage in one coat, but I still applied two out of habit. Topcoat was used to create a super smooth finish. This name is perfect and this one depicts spring perfectly.
Cupcakes & Kittens is a pale pink crelly with an assortment of pastel glitters. I used three thin coats and topcoat. The formula was great and there were no issues at all.
Jelly Belly Remix is a pale yellowish/off white colored crelly base with rainbow colored glitters. Three thin coats were used. Application was a breeze. I really like this color base with these glitters, as it steers away from the stark white base that is usually shown with these colors.
Sweet Dreams is a white crelly with black, green, blue, and purple glitters, including stars. The formula was absolutely perfect! I used three thin coats and topcoat for these photos.
Chicakadees is a pastel yellow crelly with multicolored microglitters. The polish was slightly patchy upon application of the first coat, but it leveled perfectly with three thin coats.
Cheer is a sheer white crelly with black, white, and teal glitters. Because of the sheer nature of this one, four thin coats were used to achieve this look. The formula was perfect and I had no issues at all. I absolutely adore this polish!
Pretty in Pastels is a pale green jelly with lavender, yellow, and mint glitters. I used three easy coats for these photos. I really love the jelly formula on this one. It adds an extra dimension that would’ve been lost with a crelly base.
A Mother’s Love is a light blue crelly with shimmer throughout the base. There are different colored pastel glitters, including circles and squares. It was very difficult to get any of the circles onto the nail. I would recommend leaving this one upside down for a while before using. Otherwise, the formula was good.
Jellyfish I is a white crelly with golden shimmer throughout. It has multicolored microglitters. The formula is rather sheer, so 3 coats were used to reach opacity. The formula was good and there were no issues with application.
Jellyfish II GITD (glow-in-the-dark) is a pale cream colored crelly base with purple and gold microglitters. The formula was extremely thick on this one. I have noticed this with other GITD polishes, so that could be the reason. Since this is the case, patience is your best bet when applying this one. I would wait several minutes between coats to prevent any dragging. I used 2 coats and topcoat for these photos. I absolutely adore the colors in this polish!
Here is Jellyfish II as is glows bright blue! Look at how strong that glow is! WOW!
Spirit, Pyramids, & Cartwheels is a glitter topper in a clear base. It has black triangles, white hexes, and turquoise stars. Although I am not usually a fan of these types of glitters, I think this combo is perfect! Unfortunately, the base was really thick making regular application nearly impossible. This one could use a lot of thinner. Since this was the case, I poured some of the polish onto a paper towel and placed them on the nail with a dotting tool. I used Sally Hansen Greige as base and two coats of topcoats.
The next one I have to show you is a limited edition called Let’s Celebrate. This one has so many different glitters in a clear base. It includes Mickeys, bows, sequin, circles, hexes, stars, and flowers. I’m sure I’m missing something, but just know that this one has it all! This is definitely a polish for the glitter lovers out there! The base was extremely thick and application was very difficult. I ended up pouring a little out and placing the glitters onto the nail. It is shown here with two coats of topcoat to help smooth it out.
King Candy is a really fun glitter topper with super bright colors in a different shapes. I used one coat over a lavender crème polish. I applied topcoat for a smooth finish.
Candy Pop is a very unique glitter topper to me. I don’t think I have seen these colors together. It has white, red, purple, blue, and teal glitters. It wouldn’t seem like these colors would go well together, but I absolutely love it! Hey…that’s why I just wear the polish and I don’t make it! I don’t have a creative vision at all. I used one coat over a grey crème and topcoat to smooth it out.
Overall, I think these are some pretty food polishes! For the most part, they are all very creative and have pretty good formulas. These polishes are available in the Polish Addict Nail Color Shop. Be sure to follow the brand on Facebook and Instagram as well!
Have a Happy Saturday!