Paitra's Polish Swatch Spam Swatch and Review

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**Press Samples**

I've got a new (to me) brand to show you all today! Paitra's Polish sent me a set of her newest beauties to review and show off to you all today. How I haven't heard of this brand before...I have no idea. After trying these, I definitely want more. I adore the formulas! This isn't a full collection or anything, but just some new additions to her shop. Take a peek at these, then go check out what is in her shop! you won't be sorry!

Boss Chick is described as "a bubble gum pink with glitter".
Shown is two coats of Boss Chick with Fast Glass top coat.
Boss Chick is the thickest of the bunch, but isn't too difficult to work with. The squishy jelly base you get is so good!! The glitter layers beautifully in the sea of pink. Definitely needs to be the base for some stamping or free hand.

Mint to Be is described as "a creamy minty color polish with a hint of subtle sparkle".
Shwon is two coats of Mint to Be with Fast Glass top coat.
Mint to Be is a favorite of this group The color is bright and cheerful and will instantly put a smile of your face. I was worried this polish would be a bit streaky, but I had no need to worry. Two coats of this beauty will even out on its own and give you an opaque nail as well. So joyful!

Zenus is described as "a light sheer glitter blue".
Shown is three coats of Zenus with Fast Glass top coat.
Zenus is definitely sheer but buildable. You could easily use it as a topper over your favorite teal creme as well! Easy to work with formula and smooth application. Be prepared to have some fun with this one!

Crushin is described as "a beautiful soft purple with a hint of silver subtle glitter".
Shown is two coats of Crushin with Fast Glass top coat.
Crushin is the perfect shade of purple for the spring and summer months. The hint of shimmer is like dew drops on flower petals glistening in the morning sun. Beautiful formula with an incredibly smooth application. Opaque in two coats.

Breezy is described as "a magenta purple with silver glitter".
Shown is two coats of Breezy with Fast Glass top coat.
Breezy was damn near a one coater. Beautifully pigmented with a flawless formula and application. You couldn't ask for this polish to give you anything more. It's beautiful and an absolute must have my honest opinion. Opaque in two coats, but there's a chance you could get away with one.

I was sent a couple of her basics too! I can't seem to get enough cuticle oil or top coat. I am always happy to try out a brands basic nail care products with the polishes. You get a feel for how they work together and you get a chance to try them out with your other things. 

Fast Glass top coat is a high gloss, quick dry top coat.
Fast Glass applies like a dream and definitely dries quick. No complaints here. 

Strawberry Cuticle Oil is strawberry scented, moisturizing cuticle oil with vitamin E oil.
Strawberry Cuticle Oil smells like my childhood. The strawberry scent is obviously fake, but not overwhelming. It reminds me of the first time you pop the cap of a new Strawberry Smackers or the second you unwrap one of those strawberry hard candies with the gooey center. It soaks in well and doesn't leave your fingers greasy feeling.

All of these products are available now at Each one is $8 but she does have a few that are currently on sale. Definitely keep an eye on this brand. Beautiful things! Make sure you are following Paitra's Polish 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 this brand before? I'm curious, which of these are your favorites?

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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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