Fiendish Fancies - Beware Collection {Swatches & Review}

Monday, December 28, 2015

Guess what we have?... Another awesome Fiendish Fancies collection to share! With each new collection that Fiendish Fancies releases, I become an even bigger fan. This sextet of polishes is just incredible in terms of colour and formula. Our top picks are A Pure Soul to be Redeemed (because blue) and Ghosts Are Real (which might seem shocking but the formula is awesome and I love how juicy this polish was even without top coat!).

A Pure Soul To Be Redeemed – inspired by Thomas Sharpe - is a blackened navy filled with a bright blue shimmer and scattered holographic sparkle. You see ONE COAT here with top coat.

You Won’t Find Me There - inspired by Edith Cushing - is a perfectly pale champagne with gold shimmer. Three coats with top coat. This is perfect for popping bubbly on New Year's Eve!

A Measure of Bitterness – inspired by Allerdale Hall – is a blackened bronze with golden shimmer. This polish has an amazing formula. Again, ONE COAT with top coat.

The Right Choice – inspired by the Heirloom ring – is a red jelly with pink microshimmer, red microglitters in various sizes and holo microglitter. I love this one. I am wearing three coats but two would definitely suffice. And top coat!

Ghosts Are Real – inspired by blood-stained snow - is a juicy red jelly with white and black circles, hexes, and squares. So in love with this. It's unlike any other polish I've ever worn. Three easy, juicy coats. Believe it or not, these pics are without top coat! Yes, it's THAT juicy!

A Monstrous Love – inspired by Lucille Sharpe - is a blackened burgundy with burgundy and pink shimmer as well as holographic sparkle. Two coats and top coat here.

These polishes will be available in the Fiendish Fancies shop as individual bottles or a set after December 31, 2015. You can follow Fiendish Fancies on Facebook and Instagram for updates and more swatches.
*Products were provided for our honest review.*

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