Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Elevation Polish Mongolia Collection

I am very excited to share with you all Elevation Polish's upcoming Mongolia Collection set to be released in June. There is one more that will be released along with these three, Tavan Bogd, a dusty lilac polish. I could not pick a favorite of these, they are each so very pretty in their own way and as a collection, play really well off of each other. The inspiration for this collection comes from wonder that is the Mongolian countryside and I have linked some beautiful imagery to accompany each polish. 

Elevation Polish Khongoryn Els
Two coats
Purple tinted taupe with purple shimmer
Very smoky and mysterious.
Inspired by Khongoryn Els sand dunes in the Gobi Desert.
This photo of how Khongoryn Els at dusk translates wonderfully to how this polish looks. 

Elevation Polish Lake Achit
One Coat layered over Elevation Polish Tindur
Clear based blue glitter mix with ice blue, navy, teal, bright blue star glitters. 
OH MAN, do I love this polish. So many layering possibilities with Lake Achit. 

Elevation Polish Lake Achit
One Coat layered over Sinful Gel Tech Alfresco
Inspired by the stunning Achit Lake in Mongolia

Elevation Polish Gobi
Two coats
Holographic sand polish with that has a green to orange/brown color shift
Absolutely gorgeous polish. 
I love the scattered holo and it immediately brings to mind the sun-drenched sands of the Gobi Desert

The Mongolia Collection will be available during Elevation's June 7th restock and can be purchased here. Updates regarding all things Elevation Polish can be found here

*The products in this post were sent to me for unbiased review*


  1. Simply gorgeous; all of them!!

  2. Gah! These are beautiful. I want to think the first one is so similar to Chanel Paradoxal that I don't need to buy it, but I know it's not, lol!

    1. I think it's similar but this may be more purple. And the shimmer is just so visible, no hidden shimmer here.

  3. Gorgeous swatches and collection! The first one, Khongoryn Els, reminds me of the old OPI pikaki phakakta plum! Although this looks like it shows more purple. Can't wait until the 7th!


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