Monday, August 25, 2014

Pretty Woman Nail Polish Review

Press Sample 
Hi there lovelies! I have a review of a new-to-me brand called Pretty Woman. I was contacted a few weeks ago by the brand and invited to participate in their Back to School virtual launch party on today. I participated as a supplemental blogger on Twitter, so you may have seen a few of these pictures already. Let's take a look at the shades I was sent to review...

The first polishes I have are from their Gelogic line of polishes. Here is how they are described by the brand:

Rich, luxurious, professional salon style polish. Dries quickly and easily, without a UV or LED light. A revolutionary new formula, Gelogic® provides a gleaming, ultra glossy, gel look. Self-leveling and plumping, gelogic® provides a smooth, high quality finish. Chip resistant and long-wearing.

Gelogic Light Pink is a soft pink shade with a smooth formula. The polish was easy to apply and went on easily in just two coats. I used it with no base or topcoat and it dried to a remarkably glossy finish. 
Pretty Woman Gelogic Light Pink

To doll this one up for a cute, but not distracting back to school manicure, I added some small white dots to the nails. I think this look is appropriate for all ages, even the littlest cutie pies as they begin school. Although these polishes do not need topcoat, I used topcoat to seal the dots. This appeared to cause the shade to change slightly in its color.
Pretty Woman Gelogic Light Pink Nail Art

Coralicious is an orange leaning coral gel polish with golden shimmer. This polish is absolutely my type of color. You are all well-aware of my recent obsession with coral and shimmer, so this is right on time! I used two coats and the formula was absolutely perfect. It seemed to apply itself. I love these types of polishes because they make the process so easy!
Pretty Woman Coralicious

Sun of a Beach is a golden microglitter polish. It had a great formula. I used only one coat and the coverage was perfect. The glitters went on easily and evenly across the nail. There was no clumping or dragging at all. I decided to pair this one with Coralicious for a little accent nail bling, which would be perfect for making a statement on your first day of school. Of course, this is also a manicure that can be enjoyed by older polish lovers as well.
Pretty Woman Coralicious

I went ahead and blinged out the entire mani, using one coat on each nail over Coralicious.
Pretty Woman Sun of a Beach

Pretty Woman Sun of a Beach

The last polish I have to show you is Stingray Chrome. O.M.G. I can't even begin to tell you how gorgeous this one is. It is a multichrome polish that flashes between purple, blue, and teal. You don't need a dark base or the ability to pull of any sort of trick for this one to show you the different colors. I really couldn't stop staring at my nails and I am so happy that I saved this one for last, because I had to wear it as a full manicure.
 LOVE, LOVE, and more LOVE!
Pretty Woman Stingray Chrome

Pretty Woman Stingray Chrome

Overall, I am really impressed with my first experience with the brand. I think the polishes are beautiful and the formulas were top notch. I definitely need to try more of these soon. 
Pretty Woman is a U.S. based brand and currently only ships to the contiguous United States. Shipping is free and the polishes are $7.99 for a full sized bottle. You can find more of their nail polishes, nail wraps, gel polish lines, and nail kits on their website by clicking HERE.

Be sure to follow the brand on social media.

2 comments:

  1. Some great colors here! I really like those shimmery ones.

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  2. PolishedtoPrecisionAugust 26, 2014 at 2:29 PM

    Thank you Lisa! I was really impressed with the brand.

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