Friday, May 20, 2016

Ever After Polish First Frost

Ever After Polish First Frost

If you've followed our blog for more than a few posts then it should be strikingly obvious that WE LOVE COLOUR. The brighter the better is generally my philosophy when it comes to nail polish. That being said, a nice neutral colour for the nails can be a welcome change.

Ever After Polish First FrostEver After Polish First Frost

BUT, with that said... I don't want just any neutral polish. Well my friends, Ever After First Frost is not just any polish. This is a stunning holographic pink-leaning nude that has beautiful twinkling microglitter to keep you mesmerized as you stare at your nails. I am wearing 2 coats on my super short nails so I would imagine most people needing 3. I, however, liked it soft and sheerish at 2 coats. I love the Ever After formula and this wore really well for a week. Being a nude, tip wear didn't show but there was barely any in the first place. So yay!

Ever After Polish First Frost

Here comes the bad news... First Frost was a box exclusive from December 2015. I actually bought the entire box for this polish because I knew I needed it THAT badly. Normally when it comes to boxes, I really need to love all of them in order to make the sale but this polish was too pretty to pass up. And of course the other polishes are gorgeous too but First Frost was the belle of the ball in my humble opinion.

Ever After Polish First FrostEver After Polish First Frost

While First Frost was exclusive to the Spread Indie Love Box, you can purchase other Ever After polishes online. Follow Ever After on Instagram and Facebook or join the Polishes Princesses Ever After Fan group.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Fiendish Fancies - A Mother's Love Collection {Feature 10}

Hello! Today we are sharing with you the latest from Fiendish Fancies which is their Mother's Day Collection for 2016: A Mother's Love. This is a set of 6 speckled pastel crèmes inspired by films about the pitfalls of nurturing “difficult” children. All of these polishes are shown with three thin coats and top coat. The formula was really good as with most Fiendish Fancies! 

F.10-01: You’re Gonna Kill Me, Norman is a pastel peach speckled creme inspired by the most famous horror-movie mother of all, in her early days as the matron of the Bates Motel.

F.10-03: She Needs Special Food is a pastel golden yellow speckled crème inspired by the eating habits of zombie baby Grace.

F.10-04: All of Them Witches is a pastel blue speckled crème inspired by the satanic patronage of Rosemary’s Baby.

F.10-05: Look What You Did To Him is a pale dove grey speckled crème inspired by a mother’s weekday vengeance.

F.10-02: Don’t Go in The Closet is a pastel mauve speckled crème inspired by creepy little girls and their Mama.

F.10-06: All I Ever Wanted Was You is a pastel mint green speckled crème inspired by a supernatural spirit’s seven-day curse and the mothers who tried to stop her.

My favorite from the collection is All I Ever Wanted Was You. It reminds me of mint chocolate chip ice cream and it's got this pastel/neon quality that I really dig.

These polishes are now available in the Fiendish Fancies shop as individual bottles or a set. You can follow Fiendish Fancies on Facebook and Instagram for updates and more swatches. 

Products were provided for our honest review.