Thursday, May 2, 2013

Elevation Polish View From the Top Collection



Elevations Polish Huangshan
One Coat layered over Orly Melt Your Popsicle
Oh yeah, this neon yellow glitter topper is so in your face, I love it! 
I wanted to layer it over an orange polish so I went 
with the brightest neon polish I own, Melt Your Popsicle. 


Elevations Polish Jengish Chokusu
Two Coats
It may appear, in a collection with some very distinctive polishes, Jengish, is the one to skip. 
Personally, I think it's one of the best in the collection. 
This straightforward creme applies so well, no streaking or thick formula whatsoever.
 Creme polishes like this are one of the many reasons I seek out Elevation Polishes. 


Elevations Polish Mount Cangyan
Two Coats
DAT SHIMMA. Look at it! It's perfect, nothing more to say.


Elevations Polish Muztagh Ata
Two Coats and in direct sunlight in the second picture
While not as holographic as other polish brands (looking at you Color Club), this one is no less wonderful. The denim blue color is saturated and the holographic pigment does shine through. 



Elevations Polish Haba Xueshan
One Coat of Haba layered over Butter London Sprog
This one surpassed all the other black and white glitter polishes I have in my collection.
The mint matte circle glitters are a super fun detail. 
Very much an attention grabber, I had more than a few people ask me what 
polish I had on when I wore this combination. 


The polishes in Elevation's View From the Top Collection are available in Elevation Polish's shop here. Updates can be found on Elevation Polish's blog here.

4 comments:

  1. So much awesome Elevation polishes! You must love the formulas on these :D I want some really bad now, haha.

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    1. I really do! Her restock is in just a few days.

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  2. Love your Huangshan mani - it's so bright it hurts (but in a good way). Your other swatches make me wonder why I only bought the glitters from this collex!

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    1. Thanks! It was BRIGHT, I think I will have to try it over a blue neon and see how that looks.

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