Saturday, 28 September 2013

Review: Polish Addict Tutti Fruitti

Hey girls! 
I bought this polish and a couple other from this indie brand a little while ago and I have no idea why I waited this long to properly swatch it! 

Tutti Fruitti has lots of different coloured glitter in various shapes and sizes in a pink base.

Here I've done just TWO coats with one coat of Seche Vite on top. Application was so easy and it dried, to my surprise, very quickly. Not one complaint here :) 

I'm glad I have a couple more from this brand because they're perfect. If you don't own any from Polish Addict you seriously don't know what your missing out on. You can purchase this polish and many others from


Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Review: Dead Set Babes Tainted Love, Crocodile Rock & Gunshot Glitter

Hi girls,
Today I have the three remaining polishes to show you from Dead Set Babes! These are all glitter toppers which means you can apply these over any colour you want, you don't have to do the same as me if you don't want to! 

First up is Tainted Love, blue & white hex along with blue, black and turquoise hearts in a clear base.
Here I've done one coat over a baby blue. I honestly had to do no fishing for this polish which was pleasantly surprising, those hearts came out easy as pie. Application was very good and drying time was quick.

Next, Crocodile Rock. Blue, yellow, white, orange hex as well as hot pink squares in a clear base.

Here I've done one dabbed coat over a green/aqua. This polish was very hard to apply as the glitter is very dense and didn't want to co-operate! This polish is beautiful so I wouldn't worry about it anyway ;). Although it was a pain in the butt, haha.

My very last one, and my second favourite from them all is Gunshot Glitter. It's an epic glitter bomb with matte yellow, black, white, blue & red glitter ( too many to name! ) in a clear base.
Here's one easy coat over grey. I really didn't have a problem with this one, it's packed with glitter so there was no fishing required and overall it's a rockin' polish. I love it.

I'm sad to say that's all of the polishes I have to show you from this brand although I'm sure there will be more in the near future :) I am obsessed with Bella's polishes and I'm sure you will too, so check out here store by clicking here,

Sunday, 22 September 2013

Review: Dead Set Babes DJ J.E.M

Hey girls!
Today I'll be showing you more polishes from the Bella who owns Dead Set Babes.. I have to start by saying I'm sorry for posting a day late! I actually had this all written out but I was so busy I'm completely forgot :( Anyway, here we go

First up is DJ J.E.M a blue holographic polish.
Here I've done 3 thin coats with a 1 coat of Seche Vite on top, there's nothing to complain about with this polish. Drying time was surprising quick and application was awesome. 

This defiantly isn't a very strong holo polish, it's a lot stronger in the bottle but it's still beautiful! It's such a beautiful shade of blue as well, I don't have another polish like it.

If your imterested in purchasing this beauty head over to Bella's store by clicking here.

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Review: Dead Set Babes Which Witch

Hi girls! 
So I have a couple of Dead Set Babe polishes to show you but I thought I'd post them separately just because I don't want a long and pic heavy post. Today I'll show you my top favourite out of the five I received.

Which Witch has a mixture of gold, green, black and blue glitter in a green base.

Here I've done 3 coats with one coat of Seche Vite on top! Application was perfect and it dried very quickly which I just love :) I didn't have to fish for any glitter either which is always a bonus.

Another thing I love about this brand is their brushes, they are wide but not too wide and are so easy to work with. I also think the labels are pretty cool, not to mention there business name!

Overall, I love this polish and ill defiantly wear it again, no questions asked. If your interested in purchasing this visit .


Saturday, 14 September 2013

Review: Indee Polish Co Dollface & True Blue Aussie

Hey girls!
Today I'm so excited to show you these polishes because they are my first polishes from my beautiful friend Sandii. I have wanted to try her polishes ever since I found her on IG a little while ago, here we go.

First up I have " True Blue Aussie ", a gorgeous blue polish with a scattered holographic effect. 

Here I've done 4 thin coats with a coat of Seche Vite on top. Although 3 coats was probably enough but I added another coat, just cause. Hahaha! I didn't have any problems with this polish and it's such an awesome blue. :)

This photo shows the colour of the polish and the holo a little bit more accurately. 

Next up is " Dollface " a baby pink polish with a scattered holo effect.

Here I've done 4 thin coats with a coat of Seche Vite, application was a little hard with this polish as it was a bit, thick and sticky kind of. I'm not sure what the actual word is :( Such a gorgeous colour though, so it's worth it!

This photo shows the colour of the polish and the holo a little bit more accurately.

Overall, I am SO SO SO happy with these polishes and I can't believe I waited so long to purchase them. Defiantly have many more on my wishlist, which I'm dying to get my hands on. Both polishes I have showed you today are actually discontinued and Sandii only has a couple left, so get in quick! You can visit her shop by clicking here,


Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Review: Glossy Glam by Rica

Hey girls!
Today I have something very different to show you, yes it's an indie polish but it's a topcoat! I was very excited to receive this in my package from Liz ( who I've mentioned before on here ) from the US. I've done this review in comparison to my normal topcoat, Seche Vite.

Thumb, index & middle finger: I've used Seche Vite topcoat
Ring & Pinky finger: I've used Glossy Glam topcoat

This is my mani after THREE days! As you can see where I used Seche Vite they chipped very badly. Where I used Glossy Glam they have very minimal tip wear, nor did it shrink my mani! Glossy Glam didn't make my stamping smudge, it also made the glitter a lot smoother then Seche Vite did.

Here is a bottle of the awesome Glossy Glam topcoat! Thanks to @justricarda for this photo, unfortunately my bottle's label was ripped so I didn't take a photo of it :( Over all, I do like this topcoat. It doesn't shrink my mani, it doesn't smudge it and it shines for days! The only reason that would stop me from using this top coat again is that it does take 15-20 minutes to fully dry. You can purchase this beauty and all of Rica's other polishes ( which I really want! ) by clicking here


Sunday, 8 September 2013

Shades of Phoenix- Astraios

Hey girls!
Today I have an Aussie indie to show you all, it's such an awesome polish and I love it.. Unfortunately I couldn't get very colour accurate photos, infact the photos are that horrible I wasn't even going to post them. Of course I had to though, this polish is to gorgeous to go to waste!

Astraios is a blue jelly with blue and silver glitter, it also has silver holographic stars! I've done 3 coats with a coat of Seche Vite. Application was good, all I had to do was sit it upside down for 10-15 mins and I didn't even have to fish for the stars. Nothing to complain about here :)

Again, I love this polish so much. If your interested in buying this polish or just want to check out all of Teneils other beautiful polishes click here.

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Stardust Polish- Pink Bikini 2.0

Hey girls!
Well, I think I need to start off by saying I defiantly have a new favorite pink polish! I am so glad that my US nail buddy sent me this. 

Pink Bikini 2.0 is a neon pink holo! It isn't one of those ' in your face holo's ' either, it has a very soft holographic effect and is really pretty.

Here I've done 3 coats with 1 coat of Seche Vite, all I can say is PERFECT. I honestly had no problems with this polish at all, not one! 

Never in a million years would I have though I'd own a polish made by Drema. Hopefully this isn't my last one either because I'm in-love! If your interest in buying this polish or any others from Drema you can click here. Unfortunately Stardust Polish doesn't offer international shipping, so if your from Australia or anywhere else in the world you can order from here. :)