Good afternoon dears! I'm getting in a bunch of reviews right before Thanksgiving so I hope you don't mind my over-posting! But let's get real here...we are nail polish addicts, are there ever enough polish pictures to look at in a day? Yeah, that's what I figured too! So this afternoon I have some new Glam Polish to show you. I have reviewed Glam Polish before but I have to say that these 3 are hands down my favorites (so far). You can see some of my other posts HERE and HERE. Glam Polish is an Australian Indie brand so unless you live in Oz you can't easily order them. Lucky for you there is an awesome gal named Sisi who runs Color4Nails. She is a US stockist for Glam Polish! All of the polish I have in this post, along with many other Glam selections are currently available! Follow this LINK to shop at Color4Nails. You can also follow Color4Nails on Facebook and Instagram (color4nails).
Up first is my favorite of the group. Evanora is described as an "emerald green holographic base packed full of green and turquoise glitter." Evanora is from The Touch of Magic Trio and if the other 2 are anything like this I need them NOW! Evanora had a base that was slightly jellyish but had full coverage in 3 coats. The formula was amazing and the application was perfection. I used 1 layer of topcoat to keep it shiny and glossy. Just trust me when I say you need this.
This is Aquanaut. Aquanaut is a really lovely glitter topper that's made up of "multiple sizes of neon pink, lilac and aqua matte glitter with aqua stars and butterflies." I don't completely agree with this description as I didn't see any aqua in my bottle. My bottle consisted of matte grey, hot pink and lilac glitters but I still think it was quite lovely. I was fully impressed with the glitter density in this polish. Each nail shows exactly what came out of the bottle on the brush. No fishing or swirling required. Just a ton of glitter. The stars and butterflies were plentiful and spread out easily on my nails. I used 2 coats of Aquanaut over 2 coats of a-England Fated Prince. I finished with 1 layer of topcoat.
Finally I have Graveyard Smash (yup, it's Halloween year round on this blog). This is from the Graveyard Ghouls Trio. It's a "clear base packed full of different sizes and shapes of hot orange, emerald and black, matte and metallic glitter." I liked the color combination in this mix but I'd like to try it over another base color. The glitter payoff and application were both great. I started the mani with 2 coats of Models Own Purple Blue. I then used 2 coats of Graveyard Smash and finished with a layer of topcoat.