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❤ ❤ ❤ Ok so onto polish. Another indie today – it is time to finally see one of my Princess Bride polishes from Dollish Polish.
My Name is Inigo Montoya (RRP $5.50 for mini from HERE) is packed full of sparkling goodness from forest greens to teals all suspended in a great olive jelly. As I only ordered minis and didn’t want to waste a single drop of this beauty I layered it over China Glaze Cast A Spell from last years Halloween collections (picture of this polish on it’s own at the end of this post). So here you see one generous coat of My Name Is… This polish has a wonderful depth to it and applies fairly easily although the dry time is a little longer than usual – I think this is because of it’s squishy nature. For my accent I stamped tiger/zebra stripes (BM-223) in a metallic jade called Bongo Beats by Collection (formally Collection 2000) (RRP £1.99).
Look at the sparkles! I just have no more words to tell you how much I like this polish. Green was meant to be the big colour this year in fashion – I am not sure if it was or not but I seem to have suddenly started buying a lot of it for my nails and my polishes also tend to have a green combo in a collection. It is my sister’s favourite colour so perhaps having her home has rubbed off on me. Yes, we’ll blame her!
So this is Cast A Spell all by itself – it is a blackened green with a green/gold glass fleck shimmer which really is very magical when it catches the light. This was a lovely China Glaze to work with and needed only one coat for perfect and even opacity. I have a feeling I will be wearing this polish even more in the future! I am not sure if this beauty is available at the moment but I would suggest checking Nail Polish Direct where China Glaze is around £4.99.
Indie week will be continuing until Friday when I will be revealing my September collection!