Monday, September 25, 2017

My Indie Polish Fall 2017 Trio Swatches and Review Where the Wild Things Are


I have an amazing trio of polishes from My Indie Polish just in time for Fall. It's been unseasonably hot here in Toronto with temperatures reaching close to 40 C (which is almost 100 F for my American friends). This Fall Trio from My Indie Polish is inspired by Where the Wild Things Are, which is a storybook that Tanya has always loved. She's always wanted to create a collection inspired by Where the Wild Things Are and now, from her new studio, she's created these beautiful polishes. There's something for everyone here, I just know it! 

This trio is on sale now for $40 CAD and ships for free. 

My Indie Polish The Wildest Thing of All Thermal Nail Polish



First up is The Most Wild Thing of All which is described as "a purple to green thermal with linear and scattered holo in various sizes. Super holo in the sun." Available for $14 CAD.

My Indie Polish The Wildest Thing of All Thermal Nail Polish

My Indie Polish The Wildest Thing of All Thermal Nail Polish

This is magical! In its hot state, The Most Wild Thing of All is a bright minty turquoise (immediately above) and in its cold state, it's a dark medium-toned purple. The base is full of holo flakies and some scattered holo so it has a ton going on but works so perfectly together. 

My Indie Polish The Wildest Thing of All Thermal Nail Polish

My Indie Polish The Wildest Thing of All Thermal Nail Polish

I am wearing 3 thin coats plus top coat. I think I could have gotten away with 2 coats but in its hot state, I could still see some of my nail so I went with a very thin third coat to be safe. I really love how it built up in three coats so that would be my suggestion. The formula is very smooth and easy to work with. The transition is very easy too... which is so much fun! The thermal is very reactive and with such difference in colour, this polish is totally unique. I love the holo in the base which is very obvious in both the hot and cold states. 

My Indie Polish Be Still Nail Polish

Secondly, we have My Indie Polish Be Still which is described as a "mid to dark grey with a subtle but stunning teal to green effect shimmer." Available for $14 CAD.

My Indie Polish Be Still Nail Polish

There's some very fine holo flakies which are itty bitty and so cute! I fell in love with this polish - it might be my favorite of the trip because its so elegant and understated. The shimmer and flakies are obvious but subtle and the overall effect is a truly beautiful grey nail polish.

My Indie Polish Be Still Nail Polish

 I am wearing two SUPER easy, very fluid coats plus top coat. This polish almost applied itself. This is the same amazing My Indie Polish formula I have come to love and expect with all of Tanya's polishes. The shimmer in this kills me in the best possible way. I love it and know I will grab it the next time I want grey nails. 

My Indie Polish I'll Eat You Up I Love You So

My Indie Polish I'll Eat You Up I Love You So is described as "a super squishy ruby red holographic jelly LOADED with holographic particles." Available for $14 CAD.

My Indie Polish I'll Eat You Up I Love You So

Oh my goodness... squishy goodness overload! I love this one. It's so bright, so perfect for Fall and so squishy! I am wearing 3 easy coats and top coat. The formula on I'll Eat You Up I Love You So is perfection. It goes on the nail and stays where you put it. It's so fluid and so shiny. Wow! That's all I can say. If you like darker reds, this needs to be in your collection. 

My Indie Polish I'll Eat You Up I Love You So

So, if you buy all 3 polishes together, you will save $2 and get free shipping (US and Canada). You're going to want them all. There's something here for every mood and every season. I love how Tanya took the inspiration of Where the Wild Things Are and turned it into three gorgeous lacquers. Amazing!

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