Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Polish, Eh?!? Spam

Last week, I introduced you to a Canadian indie brand called Polish, Eh?!? here. Today I have swatches of the other 4 polishes I bought from Janet: Bouquet, Oh Canada, PUNK, and S&P. Instead of repeating this four times, I'd like to tell you beforehand that the formula of all these polishes was consistently good, the glitter was easy to spread, and I experienced no thick goopey glitter clumps. 



Bouquet is a glitter polish with turquoise and purple hex and different sized white glitter, with some scattered iridescent light green glitter. I had trouble thinking of a colour to layer 2 coats over and settled on Essie No Place Like Chrome. In hindsight, I should probably have used a duller base because this Mirror Metallic is super reflective. 

Polish, Eh?!? Bouquet over Essie No Place Like Chrome
Polish, Eh?!? - Bouquet


Oh Canada is a clear base with different sized red and white glitter (squares, hexes, and bars). I layered 2 coats over OPI Second Honeymoon (reviewed here). This looks great over black too, as Janet demonstrated in her swatches on Etsy. 

Polish, Eh?!? Oh Canada over OPI Second Honeymoon 

Polish, Eh?!? - Oh Canada

PUNK is a clear base with small pink, black and white matte glitter. Once again, I wore this over OPI Second Honeymoon. To show you guys how easy it was to build coverage, I used 3 coats on my index and middle finger, and 2 coats on my ring and pinky finger. 

Polish, Eh?!? PUNK over OPI Second Honeymoon

Polish, Eh?!? - PUNK

S&P is a clear base with small black and white matte glitter...like salt'n'pepper! When I first saw this polish, it reminded me of static or 'snow' on the tv screen. I layered it over a nude - Zoya Avery - as I didn't want to add a third colour. I used 3 coats and was really happy with how well it covered the nail. 

Polish, Eh?!? S&P over Zoya Avery

Polish, Eh?!? - S&P

Overall, I'm glad I discovered this brand and I'm excited to try their glitter-in-creme-base polishes too. Which ones do you guys find the most unique?

- The Manicurette

4 comments:

  1. ooo I like the salt & pepper one - looks just like that!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Great swatches! I love them all, but my favorite would have to be Oh Canada! Just love the white and red glitters together!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks! Oh Canada is quite unique..plus I'm in Canada so I had to get it ;)

      Delete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...