Happy Wednesday! I woke up this morning and realised it is exactly one month till Muddy Princess. I am not sure if I am ready but I am certainly ready for the fun. I am excited but very nervous! Have you done anything like that before? Have any tips for me? How has your week been so far? I am exhausted but it’s been a good week so far. Bonus that it is downhill to the weekend now right?
It’s no secret that I love Dollish Polish. I love her polishes but even more so I love her themes and polish names and just everything. I also love shopping in her clearance bin. Plus she has added mystery polishes and mystery grab bags. I love this so much. I just love the mystery of not knowing what you’re going to get. I recently went on a shopping spree and I got some retired polishes (like Brain Freeze) and I got 3 mystery polishes and a mystery grab bag. I can’t wait to show you what I got. In the mean time, let me show you Brain Freeze.
Dollish Polish – Brain freeze
This is 3 coats with topcoat. This is a pastel blue crelly loaded with neon glitter in all shapes and sizes. There are stars and rectangles and donut glitter and more. The formula is lovely. This was 3 easy coats with no hassles to apply. I didn’t have to fish for glitter but the first coat barely had any glitter. It did build up beautifully tough. I wanted to do some fun nail art to bring out the colour but I didn’t want to overwhelm the fun polish. Let me show you what I did.
I started with the 3 coats of Dollish Polish from the swatch. I then used the Lina Feeling Shapely 1 plate I stamped the chevron, layering the colours. I stamped using Mundo de Unas – Tutti, Mundo de Unas – Orchid and Mundo de Unas – Banana split. I topcoated and that was that.
What do you think? I wish that I could actually stamp straight and I love that I have the plate to be able to layer and create these effects. I also really love the colours together. It’s fun and bright and a little bit summery. I am however, obsessed with Brain Freeze. Don’t you just love it? Don’t forget to check out the Dollish Polish Clearance bin for some great finds!
Thanks for reading,