Monday, March 7, 2016

Pahlish Midsummer Night's Dream Collection: Swatches and Review

Provided for Review
Hi everyone, I was dragging a bit this Monday due to a busy weekend but I have a number of posts lined for this week, so let's get to it! I have a new collection from Pahlish for you today. These six polishes make up their upcoming Midsummer Night's Dream Collection, all softened holographic polishes. 

The Midsummer Night's Dream Collection will be launching Friday March 11th at 7 pm CST in Pahlish's shop

Pahlish Lovers and Madmen 
Two coats
Marsala scattered holographic with soft rose shimmer
From the very first one, I pretty much fell in love. But how could you not, with this gorgeous color? Superb formula for this particular one, it practically applied itself. 

Pahlish Nodding Violet
Two coats
Greige scattered holographic with taupe shimmer
Is it gray? Is it purple toned beige? That is why I love placeholder names like greige. This is a bit duskier under regular lighting. The application was just as easy as the previous polish. 

Pahlish Proud Titania
Two coats
Soft camel scattered holographic with red-violet shimmer
A warmer, yellow toned neutral, which I know, may not be for everyone but I quite like how it looks on my skin tone, becoming more of a nude. I do have a soft spot for camel colors though. This was a tad thinner in formula so I made sure not to load up my brush when applying, two coats for complete coverage. 

Pahlish Sorrow's Eye
Two coats
Periwinkle scattered holographic with red-violet shimmer
The subtle red-violet shimmer is delicious in the fresh periwinkle base. Application was about the same, not too thick and opaque in two coats. 

Pahlish Wild Thyme
Two coats
 Pistachio green scattered holographic with green shimmer
Brings to mind a spring day in the garden. Formula is more similar to Proud Titania, so thinner style coats worked best for me. 

Pahlish Winged Cupid
Two coats
Pale blush scattered holographic with rose shimmer
Winged Cupid may be my favorite of the set but I am craving blush tones like you wouldn't believe, and not just in my polish (blush colored sheets, I must find you!). It's a bit more brightened in my natural daylight lighting and application was non-issue, two coats and that was it. 



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


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