Friday, 12 July 2019

Painted Polish: Stars & Stripes Duo

Happy Friday my lovely little fairies! I hope you have all had a really nice week and are looking forward to a sunny relaxing weekend like myself. This week has been totally crazy so many doctors appointments and Lexi having taster days for full time school. Think it's fair to say I could sleep for the whole weekend if allowed. For today I have a really pretty duo recently released by Painted Polish to share with you. Read on to find out more...


This gorgeous duo was released for the 4th of July celebrations but if you love glitter and the colours red and blue these will be good for you all year round. As I am sure you all know by now Painted Polish is a American indie brand made by the lovely Lexi and it is by far one of my faves to use. All of these polishes are 5 free and cruelty-free.

Seeing Stripes


The first beautiful polish from this duo is 'Seeing Stripes' a stunning ruby red micro-glitter, this glows off the nails and has a sprinkling of holographic. Shown is 3 coats plus a glossy top coat. Formula was really nice to apply and built up well. 




Seeing Stars


The second beauty in this duo is 'Seeing Stars' a stunning cobalt blue micro-glitter with that added holographic sparkle. Shown is 3 coats plus a glossy top coat. Again a fabulous formula to work with and gets full opaque on its own, totally getting the under the sea vibes with this one. 



Overall another gorgeous duo from Painted Polish, easy to apply, great formula and will definitely have people staring at your nails. I picked these up from UK supplier Rainbow Connection, at the moment seeing stars is still available for pre-order for £10 but I believe Seeing stripes is sold out at this time. Or you can pick the duo up direct from the Painted Polish website. 

I'm not sure I can pick a favourite between the two as they are both so pretty, I would love to know which one you would pick?? 

Hope you have enjoyed this post and all have a fabulous weekend. Chat soon my lovely little fairies. 

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