Did you have a good weekend? I don’t know what is going on with me. I am exhausted ALL the time and if I had my way I would be sleeping non stop. I’ve been catching up on Gilmore Girls and I am 1 season away from the end. Thank goodness for multi tasking otherwise I wouldn’t get anything else done.
It’s been a while since I’ve been able to show you a new polish from the Why can’t every day be halloween series. The last one I was able to show you was also the last one from Season 1 which you can see here. Thanks to the backlog in deliveries, I got month 1, 2 and 3 almost at the same time and a few days later I got month 4. Month 4 is January and also why I am showing you today so that you can still grab it if you want it. I will show you month 1, 2 and 3 soon as well.
The ‘Why can’t every day be halloween’ series is a limited edition, horror / halloween inspired series that is available from the 1st to the last day of the month. January is available from Dollish Polish in mini size or full size. This month is inspired by Killer Klowns from outer space. Let me show you
Dollish Polish – That is NO funhouse
This is 1 coat over black polish with topcoat. This is a clear base packed with an insane amount of glitter in different colours and some multichrome flakies. This polish applied like a dream and in one easy breezy coat, just look at that coverage. I really love the variety of colour in the glitter. It makes me think of carnivals and I couldn’t stop staring at it. Let me give you a closer look
I swooned. Are you swooning? I was wondering how it would look matte and I can’t decide which one is better.
What do you think? I adore both versions, I actually just adore this glitter. While I am writing this I am wondering why I didn’t try this on it’s own to see if I would get full coverage. What do you think? Don’t forget you only have till the last day of January to grab this beaut (that’s tomorrow) and I would highly recommend this one. Now I need to decide other base colour options and if it should be matte or shiny.
Thanks for reading,