Monday, December 23, 2013

Painted Sabotage Reviews & Swatches

Back again for the day playing catch up! ;) Crissy, the creator of Painted Sabotage, was awesome enough to send me a great mix of her polishes for review. She offers a great selection of polishes in  her Etsy store that has a little something for everyone. :)
I will say it now so you don't have to read it over and over again; the formula of every polish in this post was wonderful! Perfect constisntecy, dry time, no fishing for glitter and the glitter applied evenly to each nail. Basically everything you want in a polish brand! :D
Angel Wings has a light purple base with holographic micro glitters and iridescent glitters. Shown is 3 coats with top coat. 
I love how light and girly this polish is without being too in your face. I also love that Chrissy's daughter helped her created this polish! :D
Gargle Blaster is described as a  mint green shade with a slight shimmer, accented with fuchsia, silver and gunmetal glitters. All nails 3 coats with top coat. 
 While I didn't know where the name of this polish came from before reading the listing, I think it's hilarious now! :P The fuchsia glitters work perfectly with the mint base and there is an added shimmer to the base that I didn't see in the bottle, but it really popped out at me when I put it on the nail.  
 Holiday Cheer contains red, green, blue, orange, fuchsia and gold and silver holographic stars with bronze and copper tinsel glitters. These photos are 1 coat over 3 coats of Angel Wings. 
 Holiday Cheer will bring, well, just that! Tons of variety and perfect for the holidays and beyond! :D
Ice Flowers is a mixture of various sized white and periwinkle blue glitters in a light wintery blue base with a hint of shimmer. Here is 3 coats with top coat. 
Anything that is snow related makes me super happy because I got to see everything winter has to offer this year! :P I wish real snow and ice had the shimmer this polish has...and you know didn't bring power outages and roads that are pain in the butt to drive on! I'll live with this polish on my nails as I cozy up inside. :D
MoonJelly has a blueish green base with green, teal and gold glitters. All nails are 3 coats with top coat.
 I'm sure there is some nifty meaning behind the name, but I don't get it so I will just take it for what it's worth and enjoy it as a pretty polish. ;)
 The Impossible Girl is described as a a dark grey base with a mix of light grey, red and black glitters. Shown is 3 coats with top coat. 
 Since I've never gotten into Doctor Who, I can't say I understand the name of this polish. :P I does remind me of playing cards, though! Not sure if the name reference has anything to do with cards or not, I'm doubtful it does haha, but it is a really neat polish wether you get the name reference or not. ;)
Find Painted Sabotage for sale through their Etsy storefront. Make sure to follow Painted Sabotage on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter! Also run over to Royal Milk Tea's blog where you can enter to win a Painted Sabotage Holiday Trio, among other prizes! 

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