Friday, March 31, 2017

Cupcake Polish Candy Land Collection

Good morning loves!  Happy Friday!  It's a great Friday for me because next week is Spring Break and my fam-bam is going on vacation!  Party time!  But don't fret, while I'm on vacation I'll have some downtime to post so you'll see plenty from me.  If you're interested I'll even throw in a vacation picture or 2. Well, what I've got for you this morning is the Cupcake Polish Candy Land Collection.  Y'all know that Sara makes amazing linear holos, but she also makes amazing glitter holos!  This collection made me so happy, it's so blingy and sparkly and upbeat.  Plus I have great memories playing Candy Land with my childhood BFF.  Ok, so The Candy Land Collection launches on Sunday 4/2 at 2pm CST.  The polishes will be $13 each.  Let's delve in to the goods, be ready to ooooh and aaaaaah!

*press sample*

Up first is the yellow...not everyone's favorite color but I think it gets a bad wrap.  I adore yellow, it's cheerful and upbeat.  This is Princess Lolly, a vibrant and blingy yellow.  Formula and application were both stellar.  I used 3 thin coats for full coverage and topcoat to keep things smooth.

Lord Licorice is a soft red holo micro glitter (if soft red makes sense - it does to me).  This color is a true beauty!  Great shade, perfect finish, awesome formula/application.  I used 2 coats and finished up with a layer of topcoat.  

Mr. Mint is a flashy hot pink holo micro glitter.  Things you need to know; it's pink, it's bright, it's awesome.  I literally need to say nothing else.  I used 3 coats for full coverage and topcoat for a shiny finish.  

Plumpy (worst character name ever, I mean really?  That was the best they could come up with?) is a springy, grassy green polish.  The holo really picks up the gold glints against the green polish base.  So fresh!  I did think this one was a bit more sheer than the others but it still build up nicely in 3 coats.  Topcoat to finish.  

Queen Frostine is a pretty, borderline electric blue.  The holo shines through so nicely against this base.  I used 3 coats for full color depth and then topcoat for a glossy finish.  

Jolly is a grape purple full of holo micro glitters.  I love the way this one looks, it actually is one of my favorites in the collection, which is saying A LOT because you know I don't favor purples.  But when the polish is this pretty and with great formula it's hard to say no.  I used 2 coats and topcoat.  

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