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Four amazing Summer Jellies from Wing Dust Collections an indie brand.

(These products were sent to me for my honest opinion and review)

I have been going nuts! I haven’t had internet since Friday, and today finally it’s back up! I’ve been having a really crazy, stressful week. I have still been feeling really tired from having my wisdom teeth removed the other week, but thankfully I am feeling much better and my face isn’t hurting as much. I still can’t eat everything that I would like to, but it will be over soon!

I was planning on posting these four beautiful jelly polishes from Wing Dust Collections last week, but you know…no internet. I talked with Stephanie and let her know what was going on and she was so sweet about it. I love her, she is awesome! I’ve sure I have told you that many a times. So without making you wait any longer here are some jellies for Summer!

Prize Winning Petunia

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This was three coats of Prize-Winning Petunia with a clear top coat.Β  Prize-Winning Petunia is a name that Stephanie’s Mom nick-name for her since she was a little girl and this polish was dictated to her.Β  This nail polish is a purplish fuchsia jelly based non-linear holographic polish. It has periwinkle, purple, turquoise, and iridescent hex glitters in various sizes. The nail polish goes on smooth and leveled out perfectly.

 

 

Moon Light Sonata

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This is two coats of Moon Light Sonata over black nail polish with a clear top coat. Moon Light Sonata is a dark jelly based nail polish. This nail polish is loaded with hex and square glitters in various sizes. The colors of the glitters that you will find are turquoise, fuchsia, iridescent, and blue. I love this nail polish so much! It’s like looking into the depths of the deepest, darkest, blackest sea and finding glittering marine life. The polish goes on smooth and levels out well. I tried using three-four coats but it ended up looking to thick, so I tried it over black nail polish and it was perfect! I can’t stop looking at it!


Summer Lovin’

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This is two coats of Summer Lovin’ over royal blue nail polish with a clear top coat. You can layer this nail polish over any color and it will look amazing! Summer Lovin’ is a light purple creme-jelly based polish that has a coppery-redish shimmer to it. This nail polish is loaded with fine gold glitters, hex glitters in different sizes in gold, turquoise and iridescent shades. This nail polish also goes on smooth and levels out well.

Sleepless Summer Nights

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This is one coat of Sleepless Summer Nights over two coats of Moon Light Sonata over black nail polish with a clear top coat. Sleepless Summer Nights is a blue jelly based polish that has a coppery-redish shimmer. I loved how this looked over black nail polish! Sleepless Summer Nights is almost like Moon Light Sonata except that it is in a blue jelly base and has awesome blue and white stars. Sleepless Summer Nights also has green, yellow, brown, gold and turquoise hex glitters in various sizes. This nail polish also goes on smooth and levels out really well.

Price:

$8.50 for a 15 ml bottle at Wing Dust

$10.50 for a 15 ml bottle at Llarowe

Where to Purchase:

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

http://shop.llarowe.com/collections/wind-dust-collections

Check them out on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/WingDustCollections

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7 Responses to “Four amazing Summer Jellies from Wing Dust Collections an indie brand.”
  1. everysensory says:

    Gorgeous! Love Moonlight Sonata, especially, and it really does look like the deep sea and the glowing fish πŸ˜€

  2. lucylucy123 says:

    They are all beautiful! I can’t decide which is my fave! Definitely adding these to my wish list.

  3. Polished PR says:

    The purples caught my eye– love love love!!

  4. Amanda (Mae) says:

    omgosh i love all of these!!!! ❀

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