First Is Plum & Plummer. I have to admit, glitters in shimmer bases don't normally appeal to me, but I picked this one solely for the name. I'm very glad I did, because this polish was a pleasant surprise! It's a mix of gunmetal and purple hex glitters in a shimmery light purple base. The polish was easy to apply and didn't need any underwear. For the photos I used 3 coats of Plum & Plummer, though two would be enough if you don't mind a bit of visible nail line.
Valentine Massacre is a mix of all different shapes and sizes of red and black glitter in a dark red base. This one was a pain to apply, and it seemed as if there was more glitter than base in it. It was really goopy, and got quite thick on some of my nails. I do really like the final look though, I think this would be a good polish for fall and winter. For the pictures I layered one coat of Valentine Massacre over one coat of Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Cherry Red.
Last for today is without a doubt one of this indie polish maker's most popular creations, Spotty Dottie Light. I absolutely adore this polish, it's such a quick and easy way to turn a plain manicure into something eye-catching and unique! When I wore this I had so many people asking me how I 'did' the white, and they couldn't believe it was just glitter! ("But glitter is sparkly!?") Application is a little finicky, but the end result is so worth it. Here I have one coat of Spotty Dottie Light over one coat of Orly Snowcone.
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On a side note, I just wanted to say thank you to you all for being so understanding about my lack in posting lately. Also, thank you for all your lovely comments, even if I don't have time to respond to them right now I read and appreciate every single one! :)
Disclaimer: The products in this post were sent to me for review and my honest opinion.