Hi lovelies! A new morning, a new brand of polish to review. Well not brand new, but new to me. Different Dimension has been around for a while now and offers many lovely polishes in a bevy of finishes. I'm a particular fan of the holographics and circle glitter polishes. The polish I have to share with you today is from Llarowe. There is quite a large selection of Different Dimension as well as other US and International indie brands there. You can shop at llarowe.com, follow on Facebook and Instagram (llarowe). Different Dimension also has a Facebook and Instagram (missibarry).
Up first I have Hey You from the Echoes collection inspired by Pink Floyd. Missi, the maker of Different Dimension describes Hey You as "a creamy lavender crelly base with purple glitters in a variety of shapes and sizes." I used 3 coats of Hey You and found that it built up nicely. You can see that there is only the slightest visible nail line. If VNL bothers you I'd suggest starting with a similar purple color to start with and then 1 coat of Hey You. The formula and application were both nice and easy to work with. I did not use topcoat.
Money is another polish from the Pink Floyd Echoes collection. This was actually my favorite of the 3 reviewed in this post. I really liked the "white creme/jelly base with neon green, neon yellow, gold, black and blue glitters in a variety of shapes and sizes." I especially like all the circle glitters. The circles came out easily and laid flat on my nails. Again I used 3 coats of Money, but this one was more sheer than Hey You. Formula and application were nice and smooth with no issues to bring up. I finished with 1 layer of topcoat.
Lastly I have Reach For The Sky. This one is inspired by a popular cartoon with a certain lovable cowboy doll (you know who I'm talking about partner). Can't you just see his western shirt in the polish? Such a cute polish. Reach for the Sky is a sheer yellow base with red and gold glitters and iridescent flakes. I included a shade macro so you can really see those pretty iridescent flakes better. I found the formula on RFtS to be a little thick but it wasn't difficult to work with. Just be sure to get the polish to cover your entire nail so there isn't a "wall" type of build up by any of the edges. It's also a little sheer so even after 3 coats you can still see a little nail line. I finished this with 1 layer of topcoat.
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