Monday, August 24, 2015

Powder Perfect Upper Kingdom Collection: Swatches and Review

Provided for Review 
Hey everyone! I have a new set of polishes from Powder Perfect sent by Color4Nails to share with you today. The Upper Kingdom is a collection of micro-glitter polish that is inspired by Ancient Egypt. Here is a little historical description from Powder Perfect to give you some clarification: 
"Ancient Egypt was a land divided in two. Two kingdoms, with two Pharaohs. The Upper Kingdom stretched from the first cataract of the Nile, all through the Nile Valley until it met with the Lower Kingdom of Egypt; sprawling all the way to the Mediterranean Sea."

The polishes in this collection are just stunning in person. I happen to love micro-glitter finishes so I knew that I would like these but I was happily surprised to see how opaque they were, each needing just two coats for coverage. I don't mind applying multiple coats if needed but when I receive beautiful AND opaque polishes, I can't help but exclaim over them. For each photo below I applied one layer of topcoat, though for longer wear, I would recommend adding another coat of topcoat, they will dry down to a gritty finish if you don't. No sunlight photos of the polishes but you can be assured that they will sparkle galore in the sun.

Color4Nails carries a lot of indie brands as well as some mainstream and nail care products. Her prices are nicely set and her shipping time and customer service has always been great. 

The Upper Kingdom Collection from Powder Perfect is available now in Color4Nails' shop here.

Powder Perfect Abydos
Two coats
Pale gold and silver holographic micro-glitter

Powder Perfect Flowering Lotus
Two coats 
Pink, silver, and violet holographic micro-glitter

Powder Perfect Land of Reeds
Two coats
Lime green and gold holographic micro-glitter

Powder Perfect Nekhbet
Two coats
Teal blue/turquoise holographic micro-glitter

Powder Perfect Thebes
Two coats
Copper holographic micro-glitter
My favorite of the collection!



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

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