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Wing Dust Collections in “Breathing Underwater” Swatch and Review

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Three coats of Wing Dust Collections Breathing Underwater.

Ok the pictures looked a lot better on my phone…lol SORRY!!!!!!

The three polishes that I have to show you over the coming posts are:

Total Pink Bomb

Funky Town

Grey Sky Morning

You can check out my previous Wing Dust Collections nail polish swatch and review on:

Crazy On You

 

This post is all about “Breathing Underwater”.

Which has been a favorite of everyone who has seen the swatches! The name Breathing Underwater is the PERFECT name for this polish! It actually looks bubbles under the water..

When I look at this polish it reminds me of swimming in a vast sea of a gorgeous island , late at night under the glittering stars, so peaceful and calm. I feel super relaxed when I wore this shade. I was really not a huge fan of blue polishes, but after trying these polishes I was a changed woman and you will be too. I have never tried a polish with brown/copper glitter but somehow it totally works within this mixture. I am in love with all of Wing Dust Collections polishes! I really wish that I wasn’t on a “NO BUY” so I could maybe get them all…lol Stephanie has an orange glitter polish and a red and a purple and a peacock-blue/green that I want sooo bad. You have to go check them out really!

Wing Dust Collections is on my top list of Indie polish for creativity and formula. I’m going to have to make an end of the year post with my favorites.

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Three coats of Wing Dust Collections Breathing Underwater.

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Three coats of Wing Dust Collections Breathing Underwater.

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Three coats of Wing Dust Collections Breathing Underwater.

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Three coats of Wing Dust Collections Breathing Underwater.

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Three coats of Wing Dust Collections Breathing Underwater.

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Three coats of Wing Dust Collections Breathing Underwater.

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Three coats of Wing Dust Collections Breathing Underwater.

Description:

“Breathing Underwater” is a dark blue jelly base, with blue shimmer which gives the polish extra depth,and somehow the polish doesn’t look dark, it looks very bright. It’s also LOADED, and I mean LOADED with baby blue, a white-ish blue and brown/copper hex glitters in various sizes. This mix just works together beautifully and even though the base is a dark jelly you can still see the glitters and the shimmer perfectly.

Formula:

The formula goes on extremely smooth, Wing Dust Collection’s polishes have outstanding formulas! Breathing Underwater is very easy to work with on the nail and it levels out beautifully. There is more than enough of this gorgeous glitter mix in the polish that one dip of the brush picks up an exceptional amount of  glitter. Layering of the jelly base gives so much dimension and depth with every coat :) You only need three thin coats of polish for full coverage, no need for undies since this polish is a dark yet bright jelly base, I have no idea how its done but it’s very cool. I like to work with thin coats and paint very slow in order not to get on my skin and to make sure the glitter lays flat.

*Plus, as you know blue polish tends to stain the nail and skin but Breathing Underwater does NOT!

Price:

$8.50 – $10.00 for a 15 ml bottle

Use code TLG20 for 20% off your total purchase :)

Where to Purchase:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/WingDustCollections

Go say hi to her:

http://www.facebook.com/WingDustCollections

– Megan ❤

 
(This product was sent to me for my honest opinion)
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15 Responses to “Wing Dust Collections in “Breathing Underwater” Swatch and Review”
  1. everysensory says:

    That’s really beautiful! Wow. Great photos and write up – off to check out her store now! 😀

  2. ambercease says:

    …yet another beautiful shade! As always 😉

  3. am1ec says:

    wOw! love this color!!

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