We are so excited to share with everyone of you the girls from ThePolishWell has accept our invitation to write for us a guest post. After we return from overseas, we saw their awesome swatches and posts of Tony Moly Creme Glitters, thus we decided to invite them to do a collection post for us.
Likes the two of us, the girls behind ThePolishWell are also from Singapore, if some of you are wondering where is this country, its a tiny island nation located in Southeast Asia. It was nail polishes who brought all of us to know each other, was so glad to meet the girls behind the blog and most importantly find a bunch of local girls who are nail swatchers and polisholics like us! WE ARE NOT ALONE! Alright enough of talks we shall move on to their guest post!
When the lovely girls at Inky asked me if I could do a guest post here, I was really excited and extremely flattered! It actually took me a while to register what the girls were saying because I had a late night and was still feeling a little drowsy. lol!
Today, I will be sharing with you swatches of a trio of Tony Moly glitters that I've recently hauled:
Don't they look so amazing? Obviously I couldn't resist grabbing all of them ;p
GS08 Milky Way -
Milky Way seems to be a dupe for Deborah Lippmann's Glitter in the Air. It is a lovely milky baby blue polish with pink and blue glitters. There are also some small glitters that flashes green when they catch the light. Really soft and pretty. This is two coats of Milky Way over one coat of China Glaze Seaspray.
GS09 Shooting Star -
Shooting Star is my favorite! It is a sheer milky lavender polish filled with really colorful glitters! Like Milky Way, the glitters are a little sparse but I think I prefer it this way. So sweet and fun at the same time! Love it! This is two coats of Shooting Star over two coats of my franken, Spring Kisses.
Pinky Star is a really unique polish and comes a close second after Shooting Star. It is a sheer milky peach base with a mix of red, pink, silver and gold glitter. Although I am not a huge fan of nudes, the glitter really adds an interesting touch to the peach base. Love! This is two coats of Pinky Star over two coats of OPI Who Needs A Prince.
If you have yet to try Tony Moly before, the formula in these polishes is really excellent - smooth and easy to apply. As the glitters are a little sparse, you may have to do some dabbing around to get an even distribution. Not to worry though, the polish will smooth itself out even before you apply the top coat. The brushes are a little short but easy to control. I had a wonky brush for Pinky Star but it's the first time I had any trouble with Tony Moly polishes so I'm guessing I'm just unlucky enough to get a bad bottle. Nevertheless, the unique glitters and pretty colors really make this trio super awesome.
I hope you've enjoyed my first guest post!
Thank you for having me here girls! <3
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Before we end this post we will be posting some of our belated hauls and nail swaps different parts over the next few days, so stay tune!