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Prettily Inspired Polish in ” Kiss Me At Midnight, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, Disco Lights, Lettuce Leaf, and Starlet” Swatch and Review

 

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This post is about four jelly based polishes and one cream from a new Indie brand called “Prettily Inspired Polish” out of Canada.

How cute are the labels????

 

Kiss Me At Midnight

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Two coats of Kiss Me At Midnight over OPI Mermaid Tears. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Two coats of Kiss Me At Midnight over OPI Mermaid Tears. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Two coats of Kiss Me At Midnight over OPI Mermaid Tears. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Two coats of Kiss Me At Midnight over OPI Mermaid Tears. Photo taken in sunlight.

 

Description:

“Kiss Me At Midnight” is a blueish/dark green see through jelly based polish with tiny gold and dark blue hex glitters. You will also find large gun-metal hex glitters swimming around within the mix.

 

Formula:

The polish goes on smooth. Since it is a tinted jelly based polish you will need undies no matter how many coats of KMAM you apply.  I tried to find a polish within my collection closet to the color of the jelly so you couldn’t tell that undies were used, but I didn’t have one even close, so I chose to use Mermaid tears by OPI and I like how KMAM changed the look of it.

 

 

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter

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Two coats of I can’t Believe That It’s Not Butter. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Two coats of I can’t Believe That It’s Not Butter. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Two coats of I can’t Believe That It’s Not Butter. Photo taken in sunlight.

 

Description:

“I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter” is a pastel yellow based polish loads with gold glitter dust.

 

Formula:

It’s a little on the thick-ish side, but it’s not really a big deal. You may have to shake the bottle a little before applying the nail polish to the nail to help thin it out a bit. It’s completely workable and sometimes happens with polishes that are made with pigments. ICBINB needed no undies and only needed two coats for complete coverage.

 

 

Disco Lights

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Three coats of Disco Lights over four coats of China Glaze Creative Fantasy. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Three coats of Disco Lights over four coats of China Glaze Creative Fantasy. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Three coats of Disco Lights over four coats of China Glaze Creative Fantasy. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Three coats of Disco Lights over four coats of China Glaze Creative Fantasy. Photo taken in sunlight.

 

Description:

“Disco Lights” is a see-through purple/magenta jelly based polish with Purple shredded glitter, holographic square glitter, blue and teal hex glitters in various sizes.

 

Formula: 

The polish goes on smooth. Since it is a tinted jelly based polish you will need undies no matter how many coats of DL you apply. I used a purple jelly polish for this swatch but I was also thinking of using a maroon polish, because I thought that it would look pretty with this glitter mix. I had to use three coats of DL and I still feel like I didn’t achieve the look that I wanted. For me there just wasn’t enough glitter in this mix and after three tries of going fishing I had to give up, which was a bummer because I really liked this polish in the bottle.

 

 

Lettuce Leaf

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Two coats of Lettuce Leaf over 4 coats of Deal With It by Cult Nails. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Two coats of Lettuce Leaf over 4 coats of Deal With It by Cult Nails. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Two coats of Lettuce Leaf over 4 coats of Deal With It by Cult Nails. Photo taken in sunlight.

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Two coats of Lettuce Leaf over 4 coats of Deal With It by Cult Nails. Photo taken in sunlight.

 

Description:

“Lettuce Leaf” is a clear glitter top coat with different kinds of green and white glitters. You will find holographic green squares (which I LOVE), matte green hex glitter, matte white square, matte yellow hexs and tiny metallic purple glitters.

 

Formula:

This polish goes on smooth and there is enough glitter in the mix that you don’t need to go fishing. I don’t think I have ever seen a glitter mix like this… points for creativity 🙂

 

 

Starlet

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One coat of Starlet over two coats of Annalicous by Cult Nails. Photo taken in sunlight.

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One coat of Starlet over two coats of Annalicous by Cult Nails. Photo taken in sunlight.

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One coat of Starlet over two coats of Annalicous by Cult Nails. Photo taken in sunlight.

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One coat of Starlet over two coats of Annalicous by Cult Nails. Photo taken in sunlight.

 

Description:

“Starlet” is a see-through pink jelly based polish with iridescent glitter dust. It’s LOADED with all kinds of glitter! You will find gold, red and iridescent hex glitters in various sizes. There is also matte pink squares and matte pink stars!

 

Formula:

This is my favorite polish out of the five. It goes on smooth and is very easy to work with on the nail and it levels out beautifully. Since it is a tinted jelly based polish you will need undies no matter how many coats you apply.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 in all four of the colors, lots of variety every time you dip the brush, no need to go fishing for glitter .

 

Price:

$9.72 for a 15 ml bottle

 

Where to Purchase:

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

 

Go say hi to her:

http://www.facebook.com/PrettilyInspiredPolish

 

 

 

Megan from two lacquered girls

 
(These products were sent to me for my honest opinion)
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Comments
7 Responses to “Prettily Inspired Polish in ” Kiss Me At Midnight, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, Disco Lights, Lettuce Leaf, and Starlet” Swatch and Review”
  1. ❤ CC says:

    Lettuce Leaf is so unusual looking, I really like it! Looks really cute with that shade of green.

  2. everysensory says:

    Pretty! I really like I Can’t Believe That It’s Not Butter 😀

  3. funkblend says:

    That lettuce leaf polish is amazing- those colours make me want a salad!

  4. The butter one.. oh my Lords.. 🙂 nice swathes 🙂

  5. Lovely! Especially love the purple because of the jelly-ish finish!

  6. blimbo2005 says:

    dont know why but i am totally drawn to the I cant believe its not butter swatch.

  7. sortaginger says:

    I normally avoid any shade of yellow because of my skin tone and risking looking fungal (sorry, but really), but ICBINB looks like it has enough sparkle to offset that. Gonna have to hunt it down 🙂

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