Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Glisten & Glow Cocktails Anyone? Collection Round One (Partial): Swatches and Review

Provided for Review 
Hey y'all! I have a few polishes from Glisten & Glow to share with you this morning. These four are part of her Cocktails Anyone? Collection, I will share the other four in this part one release later on. This collection is a progressive series with the names and colors inspired by cocktail drinks. If you follow Glisten & Glow on Instagram, she has a few sneak peaks of round two that will be releasing next week. 

I like the idea of the collection a lot, it allows the maker to expand the line when inspiration strikes. And they are all holo polishes, which is always a draw for me. The colors are nice shades, some aren't super unique but the polish formula and superb customer service that Jill from Glisten & Glow is known for are why I would recommend these. The formula is on the thinner side, you could get away with two coats if don't mind subtle visible nail line but I applied three coats for each photo for complete opaque coverage. A layer of topcoat and you are good to go! 

Round One of the Cocktails Anyone? Collection is available now in Glisten & Glow's shop

Glisten & Glow Blue Hawaiian
Three coats
Light blue linear holographic
Reminiscent of older style holographic polishes, with it's lighter blue color and bold holo flame.

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Glisten & Glow Grape Groove
Three coats
Light lavender linear holographic
Not a wholly unique holographic color BUT I like that it's had a prominent holo flame so that makes it a winner for me.

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Glisten & Glow Hypnotiq Hurricane
Three coats
Teal blue linear holographic
This color totally does look like Hypnotiq Hurricane cocktail! It's a refreshing teal blue with that same bold holo flame as the others. 

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Glisten & Glow Raspberry Margarita
Three coats
Mid-tone pink linear holographic
For all those pink polish lovers out there, you will need this one. It's a very nice bright pink shade and has a strong linear holo flame. 

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