Glam Polish Magical creatures

A couple of weeks ago I was super lucky to win Glam Polish’s Magical creatures giveaway. The collection consists of ten polishes and I got to pick five of them. It was a difficult decision, but I’m very happy with the polishes I chose.

Here are some swatches of the polishes I got, enjoy.

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Case full of magical creatures is a plum jelly polish with iridescent glitter, metallic flakies and fine holo microglitter. I’m wearing two coats plus top coat.

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I think your egg is hatching! is a teal jelly polish with iridescent flakies, iridescent glitter, metallic flakies and fine holo microglitter. I’m wearing two coats plus top coat.

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Much more to you than meets the eye is a mauve crelly polish with iridescent glitter, metallic flakies and fine holo microglitter. I’m wearing two coats plus top coat.

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Paws off what doesn’t belong to you! is a black jelly polish with iridescent flakies, metallic flakies and fine holo glitter. I’m wearing two coats plus top coat.

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Swooping evil is a dark blue jelly polish with iridescent flakies, metallic flakes and fine holo hitter. I’m wearing two coats plus top coat.

Since all polishes in this collection are packed with glitter they do need a thick coat of top coat or maybe even two coats. They look amazing on the nails, but they’re are quite tedious to remove. When I applied the first polish I used a regular base coat, and it took me a long time to remove the polish from all ten fingers. For swatches of the remaining polishes I used a peel off base coat, which made the removal so much easier.

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Glam Polish Heroes vs Villains Group Exclusives for February

This month’s Heroes vs Villains limited edition group exclusive polishes from Glam Polish are inspired by Harry Potter, so of course I had to get them since I’m a huge HP fan!

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The boy who lived is inspired by Harry Potter and He who must not be named is inspired by Voldemort.

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img_8509Glam Polish – The boy who lived

The boy who lived is described as a garnet jelly with gold iridescent flakies, shifting metallic flakies, color shifting metallic glitter and fine holo micro glitter. Here I’m wearing two coats and top coat.

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img_8525Glam Polish – He who must not be named

He who must not be named is described as a blackened blue jelly with green & blue iridescent flakies, shifting metallic flakies and fine holo micro glitter. Here I’m wearing two coats and top coat.

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It’s really hard to pick a favorite from these two, because they’re both gorgeous, but I think I have to stick to Harry in this case.

 

Glam Polish Luscious

Hi guys! Today I’m showing you my very first polish from Glam Polish. I bought it during Hypnotic Polish’s Black Friday sale.

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img_4830Glam Polish – Luscious

Luscious is a gorgeous linear magenta holographic polish that has a great formula. It covers really good in one coat, but I used two coats to get an even and smooth finish. The brush is long and thin, but still really easy to control during the application, unlike many other long and thin brushes (like China Glaze).

I’m pretty sure that this will not be my last polish from Glam Polish!