Friday, April 8, 2016

GlitterDaze Cloud 9 Collection: Swatches and Review

Provided for Review
Hey all! I have a new brand on my blog today in the form of GlitterDaze. These six polishes are part of her recently released Cloud 9 Collection. I also received another collection that will be releasing next week, check back for those. 

So, let's talk first impressions. The packaging is gorgeous. The boxes for the polishes (which I neglected to take photos of) were pretty and luxe looking. The round bottles are easier to hold and the brush is a wider, flat brush that I prefer, as I have wider nail beds. Formula was very nice. They were a bit chalky but opaque and self leveled well. I applied two coats each for the polishes and as well as my standard topcoat. For such pale pastel colors, the fact that I could get away with two coats and have such opacity is definitely appreciated. So I will take a bit chalky if it means these lighter color covers in just a couple of coats. Pricing is appealing as well, each full size bottle is $10, which is on the mid-level for indie creme polish. 

The Cloud 9 Collection is available now in GlitterDaze's shop!

GlitterDaze Come Fly With Me
Two coats
Pale lavender creme 

(artificial lighting) 



GlitterDaze I'm Soar-T of a Big Deal 
Two coats
Pale gray creme

(artificial lighting) 



GlitterDaze Mile High Club
Two coats
Pale coral creme

(artificial lighting) 



GlitterDaze Ready. Set. Jet. 
Two coats
Pale warm cream colored creme
(artificial lighting) 



GlitterDaze Sky's the Limit
Two coats
Pale blue creme

(artificial lighting) 



GlitterDaze Up, Up, and Away
Two coats
Pale pink creme

(artificial lighting) 



With such opaque pastel cremes, nail art is a must! I tested these for stamping and didn't have the best luck with that, my images didn't quite lift well from the plate. So I decided to do a random dry brush look, using all the cremes in the set (with the exception of I'm Soar-T of a Big Deal).


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

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