Revlon Fairy Dust (Holographic) Swatches and Review

Revlon Fairy Dust HoloChrome Polishes Swatch in Sunlight

If you missed my post yesterday, Revlon has released a new HoloChrome collection with four holographic polishes and four chrome finish polishes.  Holographic polishes available in the drug store!  Today I am sharing Fairy Dust, my second favourite of the holos.  A minty green scattered holographic polish, Fairy Dust has a recommended price of just $6.49. As I mentioned in my review of Unicornicopia, your opinion of these holographic polishes will depend a lot on whether you usually buy indie[Read more]

Superficially Colorful Stealing Your Thunder Swatches

Superficially Colorful IEC Exclusive Stealing Your Thunder

I was introduced to a new brand at Indie Expo Canada.  Superficially Colorful is based in Israel so did not vend in person but sent her pretties to the show.  Stealing Your Thunder was Superficially Colorful’s exclusive for the expo.  A slightly muted medium purple with a gentle holo shimmer.  I didn’t get the VIP bag to get this at Indie Expo but she was nice enough to send me a bottle along with some other goodies to try out.[Read more]

A England Tennyson’s Romance Collection Swatches and Review

A England - Tennyson's Romance Header with Text

You can never have enough holo in your life and this stunning new collection from A England just screams buy me.  The Tennyson’s Romance collection includes five scattered holo polishes, from orchid purple to black based on Tennyson’s The Beggar Maid. While the polishes are named for Tennyson’s Romance, The Beggars Maid, the shades mainly find their inspiration from the painting.  King Cophetua and The Beggar Maid (1884) is an oil painting by Sir Edward Burne-Jones which sits in the Tate[Read more]

A England – Shall Be My Queen Swatches and Review

A England - Shall Be My Queen Natural Light Swatches and Review - Tennysons Romance Collection

The final shade in A England’s Tennyson’s Romance collection is Shall Be My Queen.  A stunning ruby red scattered holographic polish that finishes the collection with a touch of royalty. While the painting does have some beautiful reds in it, I like to think the inspiration is more the royalty aspect of the story.  I would hope that King Cophetua treated the Beggar Maid well once she became his queen and she had rubies or whatever else her heart desired.[Read more]

A England – Angel Grace Swatches and Review

A England - Angel Grace Swatches and Review - Tennysons Romance Collection

The fourth shade from A England’s Tennyson’s Romance collection is Angel Grace.  This stunning scattered holo orchid purple polish may be the least true to the painting, but you know I love my purples.  Since it is a bit lighter, the holographic shimmer shows more brightly too. I am not really sure where they got the inspiration for this shade.  Neither the painting nor the sketch show much purple so it is all about the typical purple grace I guess.[Read more]