Saturday, December 3, 2016

Indie Spotlight: Paint Box Polish

Good morning and happy Saturday.  I'm licking my soccer wounds still (we lost playoffs last night) as well as an injured glute muscle.  Actually I'm not really sure what's hurt, but something is in pain and I can feel it deep in there even when I'm walking.  But that's neither here nor there because today is another Indie Spotlight, YAY!  This month a group of us wonderful bloggers will be featuring Paint Box Polish on our blogs.  Pam is a big fan of Harry Potter, Doctor Who and Game of Thrones so you'll see some fandom collections/names in her shop.  She's got a wide variety of finishes but I personally love her holo glitters (Westerosi Collection), flakies and multi chromes.  Aside from polish, Paint Box Polish also has an extensive collection of amazingly scented cuticle oils, mani fizzes and Intensive Butter Balm.  I can't speak highly enough of these hand care items.  Scents are seasonal and always rotating so snag up your favorites for healthy and pleasant smelling hands.  Ok, enough of the high praise, I think you get that I love this brand.  As always, you can use my code MNPO for 15% off your order.  Let's jump into the post.

*press sample*
*purchased by me*

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Paint Box Polish first came on my radar when the Sweets & Treats collection launched.  The bright shades were so eye catching and fun, I had to get them.  So I started this mani with one of my favorites, Fizzing Whizbees. This is a bright orange crelly full of rainbow flakies.  I put on 3 coast for maximum vibrancy and coverage.  I love how those rainbow flakies look against the orange!

I decided I wanted to use another color to accent Fizzing Whizbees.  So I did just that!  I stuck some tip guides on my nails and them painted my tips with Much More Muchier, a custom Pam made for me in 2015 to celebrate my 3rd blogiversary.  I adore this sparkly orange glitter inspired by the Mad Hatter.  I finished with a layer of topcoat for a smooth, glossy finish.  I love how this mani turned out!

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