Hi girls! I have the all three latest piCture pOlish collaborations to show you today! Obviously, I was super excited to show you my own shade last week but I must say that I was almost equally excited to see how many colors the launch would include, which bloggers would have worked on them and, well of course, what they would look like!
So here they are, I strongly encourage you to click on the links below to discover the inspiration behind them!
Electric Dream by Nail Polish Anon "shapes that shift shine so bright!" Coral pink scattered holo.
Freya's Cats by Nihrida "for all the nail cat ladies!" Blurple scattered holo.
Shy Violet by Glam Polish "slightly modest, totally glamorous!" Electric purple scattered holo.
I really love this lauch and I find them all oh so perfect together so the collage bellow includes Lagoon but if you'd like to see the full review please read the original post here ^_^
Electric Dream is a coral pink (in other words, my kind of pink!) with a strong gold shimmer as well as the piCture pOlish signature scattered holo. Super bright and with a lot of depth, it changes a lot depending on how lighting hits it and emphasizes its coral side. Formula was slightly thick but really easy to work with, almost a one coater, I also noticed that it dried to a satin finish. I used 2 thin coats plus topcoat here.
Freya's Cats is a vibrant blurple scattered holo, really deep and intense, just as gorgeous on the nails as in the bottle, I knew I would love Sasha's shade, a must have for any blue lover! Application was nice and easy and I used 2 coats (plus topcoat) here for complete coverage, thin on the first and medium on the second.
Shy Violet is a vivid warm purple scattered holo. I'm not sure I would call it neon but it's definitely a saturated purple! Formula was easy to apply but very sheer. I used 3 thin coats in my swatches, reaching sufficient coverage, but I definitely could have gone for a 4th. Shy Violet also dried satin due to the neon particles so topcoat was a must (not that you should ever skip it lol).
What do you think about these new collaborations? Any of them caught your eye?