Happy Sunday lovelies! I am on the countdown. Why? My baby girl will be three years old in just two days. Sigh...I love seeing her grow up, but it certainly breaks my heart how fast it has occurred. Anyway, I am thankful for every moment I have with her. Speaking of my baby, she loves polish and I suppose you do as well. I'm pretty sure that's why you're here! LOL! I have eight of the crelly polishes from Polish Addict Nail Color's Summer Collection. Let's take a look.
This first polish is a very patriotic themed one. Freedom & Fireflies is a "white crelly with a mix of red, white, and blue glitters and holo silver butterflies." This polish went on easily in three thin coats. There were no issues with application and topcoat was added to smooth the glitters onto the nails.
Banana Colada is a :yellow/nude crelly with a mix of hex glitters in various shapes and sizes." This one is being released again after making it's initial appearance in last year's summer collection. Again, this one went on easily in three thin coats. There were no issues at all.
Aquamarine is an "aqua blue shimmery jelly with hot pink, teal, and white hexes, and white and teal squares." The shimmer in the base of this one gives it a unique feel. It was super sheer on the first coat, but went on without any issues in three coats.
Coral Beach has a "peachy crelly base with multicolored glitter in various shapes and sizes." I love the peach base of this one! I used two coats and topcoat here. The formula was great!
Brain Freeze is a "pale pink/peach crelly with a mix of neon glitters." The formula was very sheer and required three coats to become opaque. I used two thin coats of topcoat to create the smooth and glossy finish shown here. This one is super fun for the summer months!!
Island Girl is a beautiful nude colored crelly with a shimmer in the base. It has small pieces of black, gold, and pink glitters mixed into the base. I used three coats here and the formula was nearly perfect! I absolutely love this one! It is a glitter that is definitely work appropriate and flattering for people of all ages and complexions.
Beachy Keen is a nude crelly with coral, yellow, and lavender hexes. I used two coats here. The first coat applied in a slightly patchy manner, but everything evened out just fine with the application of the second coat. The glitters in this one are rather sparse, so placement may be needed if you prefer a super glittery look.
The last polish I have is called Hypnotize. This polish is a neon yellow/green jelly filled with teal, black, and white glitters in various shapes and sizes. The base also has an added shimmer that gives this one an added dimension. I used three coats and topcoat here. The formula was super sheer, but built up nicely. The larger glitters in this one tend to sink to the bottom of the bottle, so you should try to leave it upside down for several minutes before using it. I ended up fishing for some of the larger glitters and placing them on the nails in the locations that I desired.
Whew!! That was a lot of polish, eh?! Well, don't get too comfy because I have about 25 more polishes coming up from Polish Addict! Yep...25. Seriously! Hehe! Anyway, you can purchase these polishes by going to the Polish Addict Nail Color Website. Be sure to follow the brand on Facebook and Instagram as well!!
Have a Happy Sunday!