Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Darling Diva Polish WitchEE Collection, Fall 2014

Good morning pumpkin heads...happy October 1st!  Let's start off the best month ever with a fantabulous Fall holo collection from Darling Diva Polish.  The WitchEE Collection debuted a few weeks back and has been so popular it's selling out like hot cakes.  Fortunately Carrie is restocking it like a mad sorceress, so after you see these sexy little witches for yourself you'll probably want to hop on the nearest ebroom and head over to the shop and pick some up.  The WitchEE Collection is currently in stock and they are $11.00 USD each.  Now on to the polish!

*PRESS SAMPLE*


The Arcanist is a "rich cinnamon red."  OMG I love this polish SO MUCH!  IT HAS ME YELLING!  It's just the most perfect color with a linear holo.  I also see some coppery-gold shimmer.  The Arcanist has a perfect formula and applied like a dream (or incantation if that's more appropriate).  I used 2 coats of The Arcanist and 1 layer of topcoat.  

*direct sun*
Darling Diva Polish The Arcanist

Darling Diva Polish The Arcanist

Darling Diva Polish The Arcanist

Darling Diva Polish The Arcanist

Darling Diva Polish The Arcanist

The Alchemist was very hard to capture on camera.  It's one of those bright colors that makes your camera go all wonky.  The Alchemist is a gorgeous red with pink undertones and some purple flash in the linear holo flame.  I also see some red and gold shimmer in here too.  This is definitely a polish you have to see in person to completely appreciate it's full beauty.  The Alchemist had a fabulous formula and applied perfectly.  I used 2 coats and 1 layer of topcoat.  

*direct sun*
Darling Diva Polish The Alchemist

Darling Diva Polish The Alchemist

Darling Diva Polish The Alchemist

Darling Diva Polish The Alchemist

Darling Diva Polish The Alchemist

Cast A Spell is a the most beautiful pumpkin orange linear holo period.  It's also full of golden flakies that only make it that much more lovely.  I noticed some pink in the flame as well - well hello gorgeous!  Cast A Spell had a perfect formula and applied like butter.  I used 2 coats of Cast A Spell, in the direct sunlight you can still ever so slightly see some nail line but that didn't bother me.  In regular lighting it wasn't noticeable.  I finished with 1 layer of topcoat.

*direct sun*
Darling Diva Polish Cast A Spell

Darling Diva Polish Cast A Spell

Darling Diva Polish Cast A Spell

Darling Diva Polish Cast A Spell

Darling Diva Polish Cast A Spell

*shade*
Darling Diva Polish Cast A Spell

Darling Diva Polish Cast A Spell

The Shape Shifter is a "deep autumn green holo."  It's actually an olive shade, and it is completely perfect for the Fall.  I also think The Shape Shifter is a very unique shade of green.  Much like the rest of the collection, The Shape Shifter had a perfect formula and application.  I used 2 coats of The Shape Shifter and 1 layer of topcoat.  

*direct sun*
Darling Diva Polish The Shape Shifter

Darling Diva Polish The Shape Shifter

Darling Diva Polish The Shape Shifter

Darling Diva Polish The Shape Shifter

Darling Diva Polish The Shape Shifter

The Witching Hour, another gorgeously unique shade is described as a "green leaning deep teal."  I definitely see flashes of blue and green depending on the angles and lighting.  I love it.  I also noticed some purple and blue shifting shimmer in there.  The fact that the formula and application are perfect makes it so much better.  I used 2 coats of The Witching Hour and 1 layer of topcoat.  

*direct sun*
Darling Diva Polish The Witching Hour

Darling Diva Polish The Witching Hour

Darling Diva Polish The Witching Hour

Darling Diva Polish The Witching Hour

Darling Diva Polish The Witching Hour

*shade*
Darling Diva Polish The Witching Hour

And finally we have The Immortal.  This is a beautiful "charcoal flakie holo topcoat with added microgold holo sparkle."  Wow this is a pretty amazing polish and I can attest that I have nothing like it in my stash, nor have I seen anything like it in indie-polish land.  The Immortal had pretty dense coverage and I think that in about 3 coats it could reach full coverage on it's own.  The formula and application were both wonderful.  I have 1 layer of The Immortal shown over a a gradient of Barielle Taupe Notch and Soho At Night.  I finished with 1 layer of topcoat.

*direct sun*
Darling Diva Polish The Immortal

Darling Diva Polish The Immortal

Darling Diva Polish The Immortal

Darling Diva Polish The Immortal

Darling Diva Polish The Immortal

*shade*
Darling Diva Polish The Immortal

Darling Diva Polish The Immortal


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