Friday, February 13, 2015

Darling Diva Polish St. Patrick's Day Collection: Swatches and Review

Provided for Review
Hey guys! I have a new collection from Darling Diva Polish to share with you all today. The St. Patrick's Day collection consists of 5 wonderful green polishes and will be released tonight in Darling Diva Polish's shop. Check out her Facebook page for specific time and release info. 

Darling Diva Polish There Once Was a Man from Nantucket
Three coats
Color shifting green to gold to teal with metallic multi-chrome flakes. 
This one is thinner than the others, I prefer to build to opacity when I wear polish (with some exceptions) and I was able to get full coverage in three coats. You could layer over a dark base color though and then apply one coat of this polish and you'll get the same payoff. 

Darling Diva Polish On the White Cliffs of Dover Sat a Poet 
Two coats
Mid tone green creme with metallic multi-chrome and gold flakes and holo pigment
A more yellow toned green and very creamy. I love how those metallic flakes stand out in the base. 

Darling Diva Polish A Newlywed Couple From Paris 
Three coats
Mid tone green linear holographic with flake shimmer
The heavy shimmer makes the holo a more subtle one but it still looks amazing in and out of the sun. It's a bit thick, so a light hand with application may be best. 

(Direct Sunlight) 

Darling Diva Polish Ever Heard of Naughty Wife from St. Paul
Two coats
Hunter green linear holographic
A flipping gorgeous shade of green and simply outstanding in any sort of direct light. It has more a jelly based formula, which is what makes the holo flame so bold and it's much more opaque then I was expecting.

(Direct Sunlight) 

Darling Diva Polish In the Garden of Eden Sat Eve
Three coats
Clear base with green and gold holo micro-glitter
Most definitley my favorite polish of the collection but with my love of micro-glitters, that's probably not a surprise. This is one I will be re-wearing come St. Patrick's Day in March. 

(Direct Sunlight) 


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