Sunday, June 14, 2015

Ever After Polish I've Got the Magic in Me Collection, part 2

It's time for the second half of Ever After Polish's I've Got the Magic in Me Collection inspired by Magic Mike XXL. This half is at least as good as the first half I posted yesterday! Check them out after the break...
*sent by the maker for photography and review*

Policeman's Helmet has scattered holo shimmer and silver flakes in an iron blue jelly base. I wore this with three thin coats and it dried smooth and quickly. I love the incredible depth of this! It's price is $10.50.

Rhinestone Cowboy is a plum scattered holo with a melange of gold, pink, and blue microflakes. This is incredibly sparkly, and is opaque in two coats, or three very thin ones. It does dry matte, so I wore it with top coat. Even though it is densely packed with flakes, it was pretty easy to remove. It costs $11.

Tarzan's Vine is similar in formula to Rhinestone Cowboy, but with gold microflakes in a cadmium green base. Wowza! I loved wearing this one as green really work well for me. It is also priced at $11.

I also have a couple of body products to show you today! The brand is expanding their line of scrubs, mani bombs/fizzies and even has an upcoming bubble bath. 

The Hand and Body Sugar Scrub in Dolla Make Ya Holla is deliciously moisturizing and has a fresh tiare and rose scent. I washed my hands with soap after using this and the fragrance and moisture lingered on. It has a finer texture than most salt scrubs. This scrub costs $4.50.

The Mani Fizzie in Striptease Strawberry Colada has a pink color, bits of shaved coconut, and a scent that is dominated by coconut. It is lightly moisturizing and I washed my hands afterward as it left some residue on my hands. Below I show it in its bubbling phase and also after the bubbles have disappeared.  It is priced at $1.25 per bomb.

In addition to individual shades, you can buy the full collection of seven polishes for the reduced price of $69 (teehee). That concludes a very strong collection from the brand! You can check out the first four polishes of my review here.

*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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