Sugar Flor Enchanted Treasure Collection Swatch and Review

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**Press Samples**

Do any of you remember the brand Windestine? I loved the few polishes I had from her and was so sad when she closed up shop three years ago. Well, she has rebranded and is now Sugar Flor! When she contacted me and told me I was so happy!! Then, the polishes arrived and I was blown away by how gorgeous these are. This isn't her first collection back, but I wasn't aware of her return until she contacted me. The collection I have to show you all today is the Enchanted Treasure Collection. Four beautiful crellies dancing with gold glitter. Keep reading to find out more!
Angelica is described as "a mauve base with gold glitter, and microfine holo glitter".
Shown is two coats of Angelica with top coat.
$4 (mini)/$8.50 (full)

Calypso is described as "a peach/coral base with gold glitter, orange/green iridescent glitter, and shimmer".
Shown is two coats of Calypso with top coat.
$4 (mini)/$8.50 (full)

Medusa is described as "a green base with gold glitter".
Shown is two coats of Medusa with top coat.
$4 (mini)/$8.50 (full)

Ursula is described as "a pastel purple with gold glitter, and pink & purple shimmer".
Shown is two coats of Ursula with top coat.
$4 (mini)/$8.50 (full)

Each of the polishes in the Enchanted Treasure Collection have a fantastic formula and application. Each one only took two coats to reach full opacity. The crellies build so easily. I was glad they were more cream-leaning than jelly-leaning. Each was packed with glitter so there was no fishing for anything, but they weren't difficult to work with either. 

The Enchanted Treasure Collection is available now at in the whole mini sized set for $14 and in the whole full sized set for $30. You can also purchase them individually for $4 in mini sized bottles, as well as in full sized bottles for $8.50. If you purchase the full collection, you'll get a free mini bottle of Mermaid Treasure

Mermaid Treasure is described as "a pastel aqua base with gold glitter".
Shown is two coats of Mermaid Treasure with top coat.
$4 (mini)/$8.50 (full)

Mermaid Treasure had the same great formula and application that all of the Enchanted Treasure Collection had. It, also, only took two coats to reach full opacity. I'm not normally a fan of minis, but this brush was easy to work with. No issues getting glitter out of the bottle either. Yes, you'll get a free mini when you order the full collection, but it is also available to purchase individually for $4 in mini sized bottles and $8.50 for full sized bottles. There are other polishes to check out on her site too! Definitely take a peek at those. Make sure you are following Sugar Flor on all of her social media platforms (links below) to stay updated on news, releases, and sales.

Were you a fan of Windestine back in the day? GAH! I'm so happy she's back and better than ever! Any of these find their way into your cart yet?

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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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