Necessary Evil Polish Galactic Collection Partial Swatch and Review

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**Press Samples**

New indie alert!! Deep down, I love when a new indie pops up. Especially one that shows a lot of of potential right off the bat. Necessary Evil Polish is one of those brands. At the first stroke, I couldn't believe this was a new indie. The packaging is adorable! The skull stickers may seem a little dark, but they go with the name so well. I think it's a playful touch. Each order will get the fun, squishy skeleton too! Definitely a learning curve, because the pink tissue paper my polish was wrapped in stained my skeleton. He looked all tie-dyed so my kid stole it almost immediately. She loved it! I had to steal it back just to take the above photo. I know you're ready to get a look at, keep reading!

Venus is described as "a vibrant pink with pearl shimmer".
Shown is two coats of Venus with top coat.
Venus is a beautiful shade of magenta. It is highly pigmented and probably would have been a one coater if it was a full sized brush. Two coats were super easy though. Definitely no complaints here. The shimmer even seems to make this beauty glow when the light hits it. Incredibly smooth formula and application.
$5 (5 mL)/$11 (15 mL)
in direct light
in direct light

Red Dwarf is described as "a red to white thermal with holo, copper holo, pearl shimmer, and holo flakies".
Shown is two coats of Red Dwarf without manipulation (warm) with top coat.
Red Dwarf is the ultimate work place thermal. A beautiful shade of nude when warm and a classic red when cold. You can't go wrong! I was skeptical about how opaque the nude portion would be, but two coats seemed to be perfect. I love the combination of glitter and flakes in this one. It looks like a lot, but it didn't make the application difficult at all.
$5 (5 mL)/$11 (15 mL)
in direct light
in direct light
in cold water
in cold water
in cold water

Midnight Constellation is described as "a dark blue with light holo, gold shimmer, and bronze flakes".
Shown is two coats of Midnight Constellation with top coat.
Midnight Constellation was the one I wasn't sure about. I saw the glitter and flakies at the bottom of the bottle and wasn't sure if there was much left dispersed to put anything on my nails. I left it upside and shook it up a bit and all was good. I applied two coats, and reached a decently opaque look. I do kinda wish I had done a third coat because the tips look a bit lighter. The blue is a brilliant shade, and the combination of flakes and glitter is beautiful.
$5 (5 mL)/$11 (15 mL)

All three of these polishes from the Galactic Collection are available now at The Galactic Collection is one that will be added to on a regular basis. These are just the first three in that series. Each of these is available in both 5 mL for $5 and 15 mL for $11. You can't go wrong with any of either size. I'm not a fan of minis, that's not secret, but I don't feel like I was missing out on anything by having them here. They applied like a dream and without difficulty. The only difficult part was the bit of awkwardness in holding the bottle for photos and not getting perfect bottle and brush macro shots. No big deal! She doesn't have many social media links yet, but still make sure you follow Necessary Evil Polish on the social media platform she has (link below) to stay updated on news, releases, and sales.

I was really impressed with these and can't wait to see what she'll do next. What do you guys think of these?

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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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