I hope you’re all having a great weekend! It’s been so long since I’ve posted any indie swatches for you guys. There will be a bunch up on the blog this week though, so hopefully you can all forgive me (: To kick off the swatches, I’m going to show you guys some polishes from Delush Polish. So, let’s get to it!
*All swatches shown with one coat of Rica’s Glossy Glam.
First up is She’s Snowflakey, which I just realized was discontinued….sorry! Anywho, I’m showing you guys one coats over two coats of Zoya’s Serenity. This glitter topper has a clear base and is filled with white, blue, and little iridescent glitters
I love the name of this polish so much, it’s genius haha! This is a really nice glitter, and I think I’ll definitely be reaching for it quite a bit once Winter hits. It did seem like there was a little too much base to glitter, but I just made sure to place my bottle upside before using it.
Now, this polish I know is still in her shop! This lovely, green glitter jelly is packed full of different kinds of glitters. There are big, colorful circles as well as smaller green and gold shapes (this was another one that I placed upside down before using.) My swatches show three coats plus topcoat.
This is such a unique polish, and I don’t think I have anything even close to it in my collection. I’m not familiar with the name reference as this is from the Scream Supreme collection and I’ve never watched American Horror Story before (I KNOW! I’m a horrible person, but come on, Criminal Minds and X-Files are on Netflix!) Regardless, this is an awesome polish!
2. Apply a layer of She’s Snowflakey.
3. Add a layer of Rica’s Glossy Glam.
4. When that’s dry, use a striping brush and green paint to add on some wavy lines.
5. Go back in with a detail brush and paint for the little petals.
6. Clean up.
7. Add another layer of Glossy Glam.
Clearly I was feeling the nature nail art the week that I swatched these, whoops haha. This look is my recreation of this pattern by Ingrid Emerald, which unfortunately, I can’t find any information on /:
2. Add a layer of Rica’s Glossy Glam (note: adding a topcoat between this polish and your nail art is important, because it has tinted my art green before. It won’t stain your nails though!)
3. Using white paint and a detail brush, add on the pattern.
4. Use a dotting tool to add on the spots of Misty Day.
5. Clean up.
6. Add another layer of Glossy Glam.
Misty Day can be purchased directly from their website. Full sized bottles retail for $8.95, while minis are $4.50. She’s Snowflakey is no longer on their site, but you might be able to find it in a blog sale. Here are some links, so you can explore the brand more:
Thanks for reading guys!
purchased // all products in this post were bought by me