I have more Polish Pickup goodness for you today. This time it is coming from one of my real-life favorite people and most-loved brands, B Polished. I feel like this month's theme is right up her alley. Wait until you see this polish, guys. You'll see what I mean.
(promotional samples ahead)
This is a bronzed violet jelly drenched in multichrome, flashing purple, and cobalt flakes. Then throw in some holo sparkle because overloading my brain is awesome. If there has ever been a polish that looks more like crushed crystals, I dare you to find it and send it to me. It applies slightly thick, but not unwieldy in the least. I used two thin coats plus a layer of Seche Vite here and I think it was exactly perfect.
The inspiration for this stunning polish is a delectable lump of crystal. It is reportedly "smoky amethyst" Which, if you google that you get a lovely dusty violet that I have decided needs to be in my house. So I can wear purple on my nails in a purple room with my purple hair. This is adulting, people.
And look at that shift. It's like a burning sunset on my fingers. Sadly, not unlike the sunsets we have been experiencing this year in California. Smoke and misery sure do make a pretty sunset.
The Polish Pickup sale starts at 11am eastern. Get your dancing fingers ready because $10 will score you this baby...and there are only 75 available this time. I definitely wouldn't want to miss this.
Those are nice and shiftyReplyDelete
Love this one. My list for PP is growing by leaps and bounds.ReplyDelete
OOoo!! That purple look is fab!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful shade of purpleReplyDelete
I love that smoky amethyst!!!ReplyDelete
That shift is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Simply stunning ♡ReplyDelete
Whoa whoa whoa. That shift bReplyDelete
Oooh. This is a lovely shade! That shift is incredible!ReplyDelete
This is really gorgeous! Love all those different colours it has going on.ReplyDelete
This is a definite yes for me!ReplyDelete
Very pretty shade!!! I love the color shift!!!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous polish! I don't own any multichromes, but I need to!ReplyDelete