Hope you guys had a great Thanksgiving! For me it was just as I like, quiet, at home, alone, time to sit back and relax. Well, except for all the indie shopping madness, haha! Boy have I been busy with that. One new set of polishes that just launched is the Ever After Polish 'Tis the Season to Sparkle Collection and there is even a discount code for 20% off at the end of the post! Yay!
*sent by the maker for photography and review*
Baby, It's Cold Outside is exactly my kind of polish! It's an iron blue jelly with green-to-blue multichrome flakes and scattered holo shimmer. I am wearing it here in four thin coats, but two is enough for most people. It dries fast and has a great formula. This is a little prone to staining skin, so be sure to take care with polishing and slather on ointment before removal to prevent it. It costs $10.50.
Mulled Wine is another stunner! This has silver flakes and linear holo shimmer in a royal purple base. It is worn here with three thin coats, but two are enough. The price is $11.
Pining for Treets (lol) is forest green creme-jelly. I am wearing it here in four very thin coats, but two or three are enough for most people. It is nice and shiny, dries quickly, and has a smooth formula. I love these kind of squishy cremes, especially as the additional layers and glossiness hide my ridges and dents. It costs $9.
Princess Christmas Cake is a real doll of a polish! This bubblegum pink has scattered holo shimmer and silver flakes. Because it is light, I went with four very thin coats, but two or three would be enough. Lovely shade and not at all streaky for being a pastel! It is priced at $10.50.
The Naughty List is a gray-black creme/jelly, shown here in four very thin coats, though two or three are enough. Very similar in formula to Pining for Treets. It is also priced at $9.
Twinkle All the Way has red, green, and silver holo glitters, along with scattered holo shimmer, in a clear base. This works as both a top coat or as a full mani. I am wearing it here in four very thin coats. It dries quite smooth for a glitter. This one costs $10.50.
I hope you enjoyed this collection and see something you like because I have an awesome code for 20% off: TGIF20! The individual full prices are listed above in my descriptions or you can get the full set in full size for $58 or mini size for $36 BEFORE the discount is applied. Also, there are tons of other special offerings for the holidays in the shop, so have a browse before checking out! In addition to more polishes, I'm picking up some of the new Hand Crellies, which are creme-jelly moisturizers.
Most of the bottles shown above (except Princess Christmas Cake) are the mini polishes, which I ask Rachel for when reviewing because I am a big fan of minis and want to show what they are like. Ever After's minis are square bottles of 6ml and the brushes are small but perfect - I've never had a wonky one yet and they are super easy to control. I much prefer them for pedis because the small size helps polish neatly on toes.
Ever After Polish is made by friends Rachel and Miranda in Ohio. Their new line has something for lovers of all different finishes, with quick dry times and easy formulas.
Facebook fan group, Polished Princesses - an Ever After fan group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/790115414369756/