You Polish Miscellaneous Swatches

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**The featured polishes were purchased by me with my own money and a gift certificate I won in a giveaway. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

A while back, I won a You Polish gift certificate in a giveaway. I get to show off the four polishes I chose. I was excited about winning this specific prize since You Polish is a brand I had yet to try. So many indies so little money! haha Very excited about, let's begin! 

Outer Limits is described as "a black grey holo". This is three coats of Outer Limits. Two would be perfect. I ended up nicking a couple nails so I had to add the third after fixing the nicks. Applied like a dream, brush was easy to use. Color is stunning!! It's pretty much as black as a polish with spectraflair can get, since spectraflair greys out whatever it's put in. In love with this beauty!! It is currently sold out, but keep checking back for when it's restocked. $9

Holey Moly is described as "sequins and dots in blue, turquoise, fuchsia, purple, lavender, and silver mixed in a holographic dusted clear base". This is two coats of Holey Moly over three coats of China Glaze Lotus Begin. I wanted to love this topper so much! I thought the sequins were such a fun idea. However, after two coats, with fishing, I was only able to 4 sequins out (not a lot of glitter comes out on the brush). Then, because I had to use two coats to try to get anything out it was a bit more jumbled than I like. I think after playing with this polish some more I can get it to work for me. I will definitely keep this around and use it more. I don't like funky shaped glitter, so sequins are a way to have something different but still keeping it simple. Still in stock, if you think you'll love the sequins, I recommend this polish! Just work with it to figure out how to get it to work the way you want it. $8

Smelly Cat is described as "a medium grey crelly base with an assortment of charcoal holographic, grey and light pink glitters". This is three coats of Smelly Cat for full coverage. I had to buy this polish because my husband has a huge love for anything Friends. Plus, I love grey polishes, it was hard to pass up! Decent application. The glitter liked to clump together so I had to spread it out myself. Other than that, no issues and it's beautiful! $8

Rose Garden is described as "multiple shades, sizes, and finishes of red glitter paired with scattered pink and green". This is one coat of Rose Garden over three coats of China Glaze What A Pansy. Easy application and no fishing for glitters, Rose Garden is a perfect glitter topper. The combination of colors is beautiful, and keeping all the glitters smaller and about the same size makes it even more appealing. In the market for a new red glitter?? Look no further! Rose Garden is where it's at! $8

You Polish has a great price tag and beautiful polishes. Some can be slightly finicky, but nothing that should make you stay away from trying out their stuff. Check out all of their links below. And for more swatches head over to Lace and Lacquers. She's the main swatcher for You Polish and always has the newest products to show off.

These swatches were topped with Magpie Shine top coat ($7) and I used Sweet Nectar cuticle oil ($6) to hydrate my cuticles. Both from A Girl Obsessed

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**The featured polishes were purchased by me with my own money and a gift certificate I won in a giveaway. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky  :o)

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