Hi loves! Today I have some gorgeous brand new shades from Glam Polish to show you, these are created exclusively for Hypnotic Polish, your favorite indie stockist! It's a trio and the set is called Glam Polish Fatal Attraction. Included in the set are Break The Ice, a pale blue scattered holo with silver holo micro glitter and silver & blue glass flecks; Dark Desires, a blackened red with holo microglitter and multiple sizes of red holo glitter and Moonless Night, a black base with holo microglitter, navy holo glitter and blue flakies.
I used Duri Rejuvacote as my base and topped everything with Essence Better Than Gel Top Sealer. Curious to see more? Read on!
Glam Polish Break The Ice is a pale blue scattered holo with silver holo micro glitter and silver & blue glass flecks. You don't necessarily notice the glass flecks at first but they are definitely there, giving an even prettier finish than just with the scattered holo and silver holo micro glitter. 2 medium coats were all I needed and the formula spreads easy without being runny.
Glam Polish Dark Desires is a blackened red with holo microglitter and multiple sizes of red holo glitter. This is STUNNING! So vampy and sexy, it definitely looks black in a lot of lighting, but the red glitter peeking through along with the sparkle is just delicious. Very opaque, 2 coats are barely needed, application was good though this one's a bit thicker in formula. It also dries pretty gritty so make sure you use a good topcoat.
Glam Polish Moonless Night is a black base with holo microglitter, navy holo glitter and blue flakies. The name is so appropriate on this one! A bit more sheer but still opaque in 2 coats, it lets the sparkle shine through nicely. It also dries a bit more gritty as well so again a good topcoat is recommended.
Wow, I'm really impressed with these! Gorgeous colors, lovely glitter combinations and a great formula, what more could a girl wish for ^^? These have been JUST released last Saturday, so check Hypnotic Polish for more info if you are interested in any of these.
Do you like this trio as much as I do? Tell me in the comments!