Thursday, August 16, 2018

Dollish Polish x Harlow & Co. Greek Mythology Exclusives

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Oh, happy day! It's almost the weekend and I have a set of four beautiful new polishes from Dollish Polish which are exclusive to Harlow & Co. Dolly created some super special and unique polishes inspired by Greek Mythology (how cool!). These polishes are available now and will be sold only on Harlow & Co. for $15.99 CAD each.

All Dollish Polishes are vegan, cruelty-free and 5-free (polish does not contain the chemicals Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, and Camphor, and never tested on animals). Each bottle contains 15mL of polish.

Dollish Polish Harlow & Co. Exclusives


Dollish Polish Asteria swatch by Streets Ahead Style

I had to start with my favorite which is Dollish Polish Asteria: inspired by the Goddess of the stars, "Asteria" is an indigo base with a strong purple/pink shift and teeny holo micro glitters. The shimmer in this one is totally intense. I absolutely love the sparkle added by the micro glitters. I am wearing two easy coats plus top coat to smooth out the micro glitters (they add a little texture but nothing top coat doesn't take care of and removal is still really easy).

Dollish Polish Asteria swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Asteria swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Asteria swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Next up is Dollish Polish Chloris which is inspired by the Goddess of flowers and spring. "Chloris" is an orchid jelly, with scattered holo and jam-packed with iridescent flakes and micro glitters. I love the flakes in this one because they are so plentiful and play so beautifully with the orchid jelly base. I am wearing three thin coats which I think is the way to go with this one because if you apply the coats too thickly, it will take much longer to dry. This smoothed out completely with top coat despite all the lovely flakes and micro glitters. It's super glowy and those iridescent flakes just get me!

Dollish Polish Chloris swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Chloris swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Chloris swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Chloris swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Chloris swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Next up I have Dollish Polish Dionysus which is inspired by the God of wine and fertility. "Dionysus" is a moss/emerald/gold/blue multichrome with rose pink holo micro shreds and pink/gold/green chameleon flakes. This polish makes me think of one of my favorite Dollish Polishes... Psithurism because they both have those super cool holo micro shreds (which you can see in the first semi-bottle shot). This one is like a party on your nails because there are so many primary colours and the green makes them pop so well. I am wearing three thin coats again with top coat which smooths it all perfectly. There's so much going on in this polish but it just makes sense and looks beautiful. I love this green!

Dollish Polish Dionysus swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Dionysus swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Dionysus swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Dionysus swatch by Streets Ahead Style



Dollish Polish Dionysus swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Last but not least because I also really like this one is Dollish Polish Aegaeon, inspired by the God of violent sea storms (okay, I love this God because storms are so cool). "Aegaeon" is a teal-toned gray with turquoise shimmer, holo micro flakes and glitter, and red/copper chameleon flakes. Wow! So, this is one of the most unique polishes in my collection. I love it! I am wearing two easy coats plus top coat which smooths everything perfectly (broken record here). The turquoise shimmer is so amazing with the teal-grey base. Super pretty, super unique, super you-need-this.

Dollish Polish Aegaeon swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Aegaeon swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Aegaeon swatch by Streets Ahead Style

Dollish Polish Aegaeon swatch by Streets Ahead Style

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