Saturday, November 30, 2013

Wingdust Collections, Part 1!

Today I have four glorious glitter polishes from Wingdust Collections to share! I was sent these for an honest review... luckily they are all beautiful and were a pleasure to swatch!

First off, can I show you the adorable packaging job Wingdust does? It is always a treat to open a package like this - each polish feels like a present!  


Once I had opened them all, I decided to split the collection into two parts for your viewing pleasure! I didn't want to overwhelm you with too much awesomeness! To being our adventure, let's start with a lovely light lavendar crelly called Glowing, Glowing, Gone!

This polish is absolutely packed full of different size and color hex, from jumbo to micro...It also has the occasional microbar. Because of this, it's very easy to make sure each nail has even distribution! This is two layers, first dabbed onto the nail then lightly brushed into place. I finished up with a layer of Seche Vite fast dry topcoat to make sure it dried smooth and fast! I loved how light but eye catching this polish is. 

Next is Waking Dream, a very dark purple base with stars, circles, hex and many other kinds of glitter, including holo hex and micro bars!

It is very hard to capture, but Waking Dream also has a lovely light purple shimmer hidden in those inky depths! What you see here is two layers dabbed and brushed into place with Seche Vite - that will pretty much be the standard for these glitter polishes! The base on Waking Dream is dark but doesn't completely obscure the layers below, which is great for showing off all the glitter you get on each nail!

"Cupid is a knavish lad, thus to make poor females mad!"

Oh, honest Puck - quick of tongue and sharp of wit, this trouble maker makes a great polish! Green and gold hex of many different shapes that float in its green depths, catching the eye with the light! Once again, this is two layers with a top coat of seche. I love how smooth the hex glitters lie on the nail, and distribution was easy! Honesty is in favor of this beautiful polish.

Spacejunk in her Trunk is anything but junky, though it does have all sorts of shapes and sizes of glitter!

Space Junk also has a pretty blue shimmer inside that royal blue base, giving a lovely dark blue background to it's glitter debris! The stars and jumbo hex did not give much of a fight to get out of the bottle - I like to leave the bottle upside down for a few minutes before trying to apply, to make sure it isn't a hassle. This polish is a real eye-catcher!

Are you interested in picking any of these up for yourself or as a gift for a friend? You can get your Wingdust Collection polishes on their Etsy or on Llarowe. You should also follow them on Facebook to make sure you hear about upcoming releases and deals! Thanks for reading, I'll be getting part 2 out as soon as possible!

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