Thursday, March 17, 2016

Daily Hues Nail Lacquer Blurple Garden Collection Part 2 Swatch and Review

**Press Samples**
Yesterday, I showed you all the blue half of the Blurple Garden Collection from Daily Hues Nail Lacquer. Well, today, I've got the purple half to show you all. If you loved what you saw yesterday, you're in even more trouble today. In fact, let's just jump right in. There's no point in putting it off any longer. 

Oh...lucky for you, Daily Hues Nail Lacquer has marked down some of her polishes for a quick sale. Don't miss out on any of these, or others you may have on your wish list. Might as well get some at a discount. 

**WARNING PICTURE HEAVY**

The Purples

Look at that little purple army. You all know you just looked at that and got a little smirk on your face. Purple is such a happy color!

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Angelface is described as "a royal purple linear holo".
Shown is two coats of Angelface with top coat.
Angelface was inspired by and named for the angel face flower.
Angelface is the perfect grape Kool-Aid holo. It wasn't as sheer as I thought it was going to be so two coats is perfect. This baby is FULL to the brim with holo particles. You'll have holo in your face all day. You could probably see that ish in the dark. It's gorgeous. There is no denying that.
$10
in direct light
in direct light

Bellflower
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Bellflower is described as "a muted purple with purple sparks".
Shown is three coats of Bellflower with top coat.
Bellflower was inspired by and named for the bellflower flower.
Bellflower just might be the absolute perfect shade of purple for Spring. It's soft and delicate, but leaves an impression. My first coat was slightly streaky, but it smooths out in no time. A must have!
$9

Geranium
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Geranium is described as "a deep purple with navy blue holo hex".
Shown is two coats of Geranium with top coat.
Geranium was inspired by and named for the geranium flower.
Geranium was a surprising favorite of mine. The purple with specks of blue glitter is such a perfect combination. These two very rich colors look lovely together. Application was smooth. I was expecting the base to be a bit thin and the glitter to be kind of textured when dried, but it wasn't an issue at all.
$9.25 $7
in direct light
in direct light

Nelle (H)
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Nelle (H) is described as "a purple to blue thermal with linear holo".
Shown is three coats of Nelle (H) with top coat.
Nelle (H) is another that wasn't inspired by a flower. So I chose another beautiful lady flower with that name...Nelle Porter. All of you Ally McBeal fans will know her. She blossomed like a lovely flower on the show so it's only fitting.
Nelle (H) is beautiful. The version without holo is a more creme base and the colors are a bit darker. This version is more of a jelly with a hint of creme in it, and the colors are lighter. Blue or purple...hot or cold...you won't be able to wipe the silly smile this polish gives you off your face.
$10
in direct light
in direct light
in hot water
in hot water
in hot water
in hot water in direct light
in hot water in direct light
in cold water
in cold water
in cold water
in cold water in direct light
in cold water in direct light
in cold and hot water in direct light
in cold and hot water in direct light

Pansey
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Pansey is described as "a lighter purple with gold shift".
Shown is three coats of Pansey with top coat.
Pansey was inspired by and named for the pansy flower.
Pansey was one I was actually dreading to swatch. That almost pearlescent gold shift is a hit or miss with me. With this shade of purple, it really is stunning. It's very...ethereal and whimsical. Lovely on it's own or as a topper.
$8.25
1 coat of Pansey over purple
1 coat of Pansey over purple
1 coat of Pansey over purple

Petunia
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Petunia is described as "a grey-ish lavender with a pearl finish".
Shown is two coats of Petunia with top coat.
Petunia was inspired by and named for the petunia flower.
Petunia's pearl finish is borderline metallic. Because of the shade of lavender it comes off more pearl. Would be incredible matted!
$8.50 $7

Rose
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Rose is described as "a burgundy wine linear holo".
Shown is two coats of Rose with top coat.
Rose was inspired by and named after the rose flower. It was also created by Roselynn from Manicured and Marvelous.
Rose is the "odd man out" here. It's not a purple-purple, but this shade of wine is beautiful. Roselynn and Jenn worked well on this together. I loved this in direct light. As the holo sparkled through the burgundy base, it seemed to have flashes of pink spark through. 
$9.75
in direct light
in direct light

There you have it...all of the purple polishes from Daily Hues Nail Lacquer's Blurple Garden Collection. Now, you've seen all 14 polishes and the reason I had to split them up. In addition to all the blue polishes shown yesterday, all of these are available now at www.dailyhues.com. She has marked down several of her polishes, so now is the time to buy! At full price, this collection ranges from $8.25 - $12. Take advantage of the sale while you can. It only lasts until Saturday, so you've got a few days to decide what you want. 

Which is your favorite from the purples? Now that you've seen both halves, which is your favorite overall?

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**The products in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer for photography and my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky  :o)

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