Friday, January 23, 2015

Ever After Polish- Bloody Valentine Collection Review


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Happy Friday lovelies! Today I have a review of a new-to-me indie brand called Ever After Polish. Rachel, one of the brand's owners, contacted me a few weeks ago about reviewing for the brand and I readily accepted. When the package arrived, I was very pleased with what was inside. Let's go ahead and take a look at the Bloody Valentine Collection from Ever After Polish...

Man Eater is described by the brand as "a teal crelly loaded with assorted flakies and glitters." I see a lot of pink, purple, and blue glitters and flakies. This is such a great color combination! I used two coats and there were no issues with application. Additionally, there was no staining upon removal.
Ever After Polish Man Eater

Ever After Polish Man Eater

Lyra is described as "a blue/green colorshift." It is a densely packed aqua micro glitter polish. It applied slightly patchy on the first coat, but evened out and looked perfect after the second coat. I really love how bright and pretty this one is. It reminds me of the waters in the Caribbean. 
Ever After Polish Lyra

Ever After Polish Lyra

Be Mine or Die, according the brand, is a "black jelly with royal purple flakes and holographic glitter." The formula on this one was pretty thick, so I had to wait longer than usual between coats to prevent dragging. I spoke with Rachel about this and she stated that she had noticed the issue and it has been reformulated to be thinner and have easier application. Isn't that great?! This is just two coats of this beauty.
Ever After Polish Be Mine or Die

Ever After Polish Be Mine or Die

Bloody Valentine is described by the brand as "a crimson jelly with red flakes, glitter, and micro glitter." To be honest, I really don't see crimson in this polish. I see a red leaning orange with red and orange micro glitters. Either way....look at this baby! Whoa! Talk about hott! This one is FI-YAH! Anyway, I used two coats here and there were no issues with application.
Ever After Polish Bloody Valentine

Ever After Polish Bloody Valentine

Stupid Cupid is actually a surprise favorite for me! Well... second place, but you should be able to see why this is a surprise for me. Y'all know I am not a pink girl, but this polish is AMAZING! Stupid Cupid has a light pink jelly base with white and silver glitters. Ummm... for real? Super cute! I can't wait to use this one on my baby girl! The formula was amazing and went on without any issues in three thin coats. 
Ever After Polish Stupid Cupid

Ever After Polish Stupid Cupid

The next one is called 2 Hot 4 U. It is a pale lilac holographic polish with an amazing silver shimmer. I used two easy coats here and the formula was pretty good. 
Ever After Polish 2 Hot 4 U

Ever After Polish 2 Hot 4 U

Last, but definitely not least, we have Jagged Heart. I keep wanting to call this Jagged Edge. LOL! Anyway, this is my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE polish from the collection. Actually, this may be one of the prettiest and most unique polishes I have worn in a while. Oh...let me tell you about it, eh? Well, this beauty has a grey crelly base with multicolored multi-chrome flakies. Yes, please! I used two easy coats and topcoat here. The formula was just as amazing as the beauty itself!
Ever After Polish Jagged Heart

Ever After Polish Jagged Heart

Overall, I am really impressed with my first experience with Ever After Polish. I think this is a great collection and the diversity gives a little something for the polish lover in all of us. Again, my absolute faves are Jagged Heart and Stupid Cupid (haha...that name!). These are all available now on the Ever After Polish Big Cartel Site. The polishes are all $10, escept for Jagged Heart. It is $10.50. They are also available as a set for $55. There is a promotion running through this weekend. You can save 10% with the code BLOODYVDAY. 



3 comments:

  1. How pretty! These are some great colors for the occasion.

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  2. I also really love Jagged Heart - it looks like an exotic stone!

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