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Friday, August 8, 2014

Sincerely Polish: Once Upon A True Love's Kiss - Swatches, Review, & Nail Art

Hey guys! I have an awesome Snow White inspired collection today from the awesome indie brand called Sincerely Polish. I have swatched for this brand before so I was pretty excited to be doing so again, especially for this collection! Check out my swatches and nail art below!


Karen, the creator of Sincerely Polish is releasing many Disney inspired collections, and if you read my blog a lot, you'll know that I LOVE Disney and of course, Polish + Disney= the best. I was so excited for this Snow White inspired collection because it's not normally done. You usually see Little Mermaid collections, which I totally don't mind by the way. 

This is only half of the collection, the rest of the collection is inspired by The Seven Dwarfs which is AAWESOME! You can check out amazing swatches by Jamy by clicking here. Once Upon A True Love's Kiss will be released 8/22, just click here to purchase!

Fairest Princess is a white jelly polish with scattered silver holo glitter and iridescent hex glitters in different shapes and sizes. I used 3 coats for the picture below.  This is just so lovely! Definitely makes me think of Snow White and snow too! I love polishes like these, they're so squishy! The formula and application was a bit difficult but nothing too bad. Just make sure to apply thin coats!


Poisoned Apple is a dark red jelly polish, packed with black hexes and dots; and  red dots, hexes, and squares. I used 3 coats for the pictures below. This is so pretty! The name is perfect for this polish. I really love the large dots! The formula and application was great!


Charming Prince is a shimmery cobalt blue. I used 3 coats for the picture below. This is the perfect shade of blue to represent Prince Charming! It was a little sheer on the first coat but built up really nicely with the second.  The formula and application was great!


And here's some simple Snow White inspired nail art I did over Charming Prince. I used China Glaze Pure Joy which consists of red and gold hexes and I though it was perfect because of Snow White's dress. I hope you guys like it!


Queen Of Evil is a beautiful shimmery deep purple polish. I used three coats for the picture below. This polish kind of has a jelly formula but it applies so easily! I absolutely love this polish! It's so pretty! The formula and application was amazing!


And here's some nail art I did inspired by the Evil Queen! I saw this idea floating around in the interwebs so I decided to recreate it. It was super easy to do, so I hope you guys try it out!


Huntsman is a brown jelly with blue/green iridescent hexes. I used 3 coats for the pictures below. I wasn't too sure on how I felt about this polish in the bottle. But I actually really like it. It's not one I see myself using too much, but it's definitely really interesting and unique. The formula and application was  a bit difficult. But I think it has to do with the mini bottles they were sent in. Mini bottles are so much harder to apply, they're just a pain. On the other hand, it built up really nicely and I got tons of glitter on brush without having to flip it over.



Overall, I really like this collection! I mean it's Snow White inspired! If I had to choose my favorites would dfinetly be Queen Of Eveil and Fairest Princess. Remember, these are being sold August 22! Just click here to purchase.  You can also follow Sincerely Polish on Facebook and Instagram for sales and updates!

4 comments:

  1. Great swatches and nail art with these colors!

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  4. I love that polish! Had to google you to find that lovely stuff. Where can I purchase some for myself?

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