My last post was 9 days ago. That seems weird. I've been so busy lately that I feel like I haven't had time to breathe. Between work, volunteering, the start of holiday festivities, and the hubs birthday it's been alot and unfortunately the blog took a back seat. But...the good news is I'm back with a great collection to show you today. Be aware, this is a picture heavy post, but the polishes are so worth it.
Today I have the Winter Collection from M Polish to show you. The cool thing about all these polishes is that they can be worn normally or used as a stamping polish. With as much stamping as I do these are perfect for me. Today I'm going to show you the swatches of the polishes. Tomorrow, I'll show you how well they stamp.
Up first is M Polish Bells. This yellow toned gold foil polish applied easily in two coats, even though the formula was a tad thicker than I'd like.
Next up is M Polish Carol. I absolutely love this copper foil polish. I used two coats and had no application issues.
M Polish Cranberry is a plummy purple metallic polish with holographic sparkles thrown in to make it extra special. I used two coats for full coverage and had no application issues.
Next up is M Polish Figgy, a blue toned royal purple metallic polish with holographic sparkles. I used two easy coats for coverage.
M Polish Frost threw my camera for a loop. This beauty is a silver metallic flakie that is filled with HOLO goodness. My camera was like pick, you can show off the metallic nature of this polish or the holographic nature...but not both. I promise you they are both there. I used two coats for full coverage but the formula is a bit thicker on this polish.
Finally, my favorite of the bunch, M Polish Joy. Joy is a metallic royal blue filled with scattered holographic particles. This was a two coater with no application issues...just my love.
There you have it, the six winter polishes from M Polish. Which one is your favorite? I love Joy and Carol the most, but they are all stunning. These are available now so be sure to pick up your favorites.
Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee