Saturday, June 13, 2015

Ever After Polish I've Got the Magic in Me Collection, part 1

Anyone looking forward to Magic Mike XXL? Ever After Polish is paying tribute to the franchise with a new collection, I've Got the Magic in Me. I think this may just be the brand's best collection yet and I am so excited about it! Check out the first half of the magic after the break. (Second half here).
*sent by the maker for photography and review*

Banana Hammock is a white-gold scattered holo with holo glitters of various shapes and sizes. It spreads easily and there is no problem getting even distribution of the glitter. It dries matte and slightly textured and is shown here with three thin coats and topcoat. This is definitely going to be a summer pedi color for me! This one costs $10.

Fireman's Hose is just perfect. Oh wait, that's not a review, haha. This polish is a vermillion red jelly with silver flakes and duochrome gold-to-pink microflakes. You can see the slight shift in the oblique shots below. It dries very smooth and opaque in two to three thin coats. It's a great warm red. It is priced at $10.50.

Flesh Popsicle is a work-safe nude with a not-so-work-safe name! It has scattered holo and gold microflakes in a camel base. It has a great, quick-drying formula, which I wore in three thin coats, though two would do. This would be a matching nude for medium, warm complexions but will work well as a neutral on a variety of skin tones. It costs $10.50.

Pole Dancing is a cool, light gray shimmer with scattered holo and a duochrome highlight that shifts from blue to pink. It is completely unique in my collection. I wore this in three thin coats, but two would do. This polish does have a slight tendency toward brushstrokes and bubbling, so thin coats are a must. I recommend letting it dry thoroughly between coats for best results. This one is $10.

I will be back with the last three polishes tomorrow. I am in love with this collection! Hope you see something you like, too. In addition to individual shades, you can buy the full collection of seven polishes for the reduced price of $69 (teehee). P.S. The brand is also selling off some earlier shades for a budget price of $5 and offers customs as well, so check it out! I placed a big order yesterday for those polishes.

*sent by the maker for photography and review*

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.

Social media:
Facebook fan group, Polished Princesses - an Ever After fan group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/790115414369756/

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