Stardust Beauty Monthly Limited Editions and More Swatch and Review

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**Press Samples**

I love when I get to show you all products from a new (to me) indie. Today is one of those days! Although, this brand won't be new (to me) for long. I have a feeling you'll be seeing a lot more of them from me. I still can't believe this is my first time trying Stardust Beauty. So far, everything I've tried has completely wowed me. The formulas are beautiful and the polishes are that and more. In fact, I can't wait to show them to let's go!

What's the Tale, Nightingale?
What's the Tale, Nightingale? is a milky white crelly with matte turquoise and grey glitter, metallic purple micro glitter, holo lavender and turquoise micro glitter, and scattered with a dusting of super-fine, silver, glass fleck.
Shown is three thin coats of What's the Tale, Nightingale? with top coat.
What's the Tale, Nightingale? is a wonderfully, crisp white crelly. It is a thinner formula so be careful to not try to do thick coats. You'll only end up with flooded nail beds. I love thinner coats so this beauty was right up my alley. Perfectly opaque in 3 coats. No need to fish for glitter either, you'll get more than enough glitter in the three coats.

Strawberry Shortcake
Strawberry Shortcake is a soft, dusty-rose, pink crelly with metallic red, pink, and magenta micro glitter, gold holo micro glitter, and a dusting of scattered holo.
Shown is three coats of Strawberry Shortcake with top coat.
Strawberry Shortcake is fun and flirty. I love delicate polishes like this. The color is perfection, and then with the addition of the is ethereal. Full of glitter, but still a smooth application. It seemed to dry with a hint of texture, but top coat smoothes it out completely. No issues. 

May 2016
May 2016 is a pink-toned, brick red duochrome polish that shifts to copper and is filled with scattered holographic sparkle.
Shown is two coats of May 2016 with top coat.
May 2016 is beautiful! Getting that copper shift to come out for pictures was hard. It came out fine when I didn't need light for the pictures. That copper shift is absolutely gorgeous! You can kind of see it in the above bottle shot. It has a wonderful formula and could easily be a one coater. I did two since I like thin coats. Honestly, you all just need to buy this polish so we can all sit around and gossip about how amazing it is!
in direct light
in direct light

June 2016
June 2016 is a deep ocean blue jelly polish filled with scattered holo, pink/purple iridescent micro flakes, and a hidden shift to pink shimmer.
Shown is three thin coats of June 2016 with top coat.
June 2016 is one of those blues you won't be able to stop thinking about. It is a jelly so I'd recommend three coats to ensure full opacity. You'll also get a huge amount of sparkle in those three coats. I only wish I could get that gorgeous flash of pink to show better in pictures. This polish is mesmerizing. It's like staring into two beautiful blue eyes attached to the person of your dreams. There's no looking away.
in direct light
in direct light

At 8 pm EST on Monday, May 16, all of these beauties will be available to purchase at May 2016 and June 2016 will be $12 and you can only purchase them through June 30th. The two crellies will be $10. The crellies aren't a part of a collection or anything special, they are just two beauties that she couldn't keep from you all any longer. I don't blame her! Make sure you are following Stardust Beauty on all of her social media platforms (links below) to stay updated on news, releases, and sales. 

What do you all think of these? Have you tried Stardust Beauty before? Now that I have, I think I'm hooked!

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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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