Happy Friday! My Elevation Polish stash has been growing more and more lately and it's time to show some off! :)
Huangshan is described as various matte highlighter yellow glitter, micro squares, hexes, circle glitter and iridescent hexes. Here I layered 2 coats of Huangshan over 2 coats of Lys Glacier with top coat.
I put off buying this color for awhile because I didn't think I would love it as much as I do. I'm happy I did up buying it because it's amazing! Obviously it's super bright and I love those yellow circles! :)
Lys Glacier is a soft lilac jelly with multi small flake shimmer. I used 2 coats with no top coat.
I tried really hard to capture the shimmer in this polish and my camera was not having it. >_< To it's defense though, the shimmer is very, very subtle. Over all this color just isn't me. I like a little more flash. :P
Mount Agepsta contains real diamond, real sapphire, real amethyst and real quartz powder in a medium-blue base. All nails are 2 coats with no top coat.
So not only is this polish generally spiffy for using all the dusts of different gems, it's blue (one of my favorite colors) and looks almost holographic in the sun!
Uluru has a red-orange jelly base with gold and pink flake shimmer. Here I uses 2 coats with no top coat.
I normally not a huge of red-oranges but this one is very nice and bright, so it shall stay. ;) The shimmer is pretty strong and it overall reminds me of summer. :)
Wuyi Mountain is an emerald green with blue and green shimmer. All nails are 2 coats and no top coat.
I was never a green lover till my friend Maggie converted me, but I don't think anyone could not like this color! It really is a gorgeous color with an awesome formula to boot. :)
Some of the polishes featured in this post were prototypes and/or specially made and those cannot be remade, but you can find other beautiful polishes from Elevation Polish in her BigCartel store. It is stocked every 7th (at 9 PM CST) and 22nd (at 9 AM CST). Find information about restocks and new colors on Lulu's blog.