Friday, January 30, 2015

Ice Polish Valentines and Mardi Gras polishes

Ice Polish has some new releases not only for Valentine's Day, but also Mardi Gras, less celebrated in the polish world. Want to check out a couple nifty glitters and a vibrant holo? Click on the break...
*sent by the maker for photography and review*

First off, let me say that when I opened this package I had a huge grin on my face. LOOK AT THE PENGUINS ON THE LABEL! Haha I had to scream that. They are just too cute and are new to Ice Polish's packaging. Now on to the polish....

Do Ya Love Me? is a neon orchid holo with tiny pink microflakes. It dries quickly and is pretty darned opaque. I used three thin coats, but honestly that is excessive. You could do two. It looks nice on its own but also does well with the glitters layered over it. There were a few microscopic pigment bits in my sample bottle, as neon pigments are wont to do, but Erin said she will take extra care in final product.

Meow-di Gras is a topper that combines the ittiest bittiest of purple microglitters with giant holo circles, cat heads, and a whole variety of other goodies. I can't get over cat head glitter, it makes me giggle every time I see it. I tried this on its own at four coats and also over Ice Polish Mulan, which I had bought in a previous collection.

Meow-di Gras over Mulan

Finally I have Shot Through The Heart, the Valentine's glitter topper. In addition to looking nice as a layering polish in one to two coats, I wore it almost opaque in four. There are a big variety of holo, white, pink, and red glitters, including circles, squares, hexes, triangles, and hearts.

Shot Through The Heart over Do Ya Love Me?

I hope you find something you like! Do Ya Love Me? was my personal favorite but that's because its purple and holo, of course.
*sent by the maker for photography and review*

Ice Polish is made by Erin in the icy land of Minnesota, with a nice variety of finishes and now, adorable penguins on the label! Check her out at her shop and social media:

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