I hope your week has been going well so far. It has warmed up a bit from last week so now I am worried that summer is on the way and I am not quite ready yet :P. September is also fast approaching and I am pretty confident that I will be doing the 31 Day challenge. If you’re not keen to see that don’t worry, the #52weeknailchallenge and Tuesday Stamping will still continue.
The Dollish Polish Universal Monsters collection was released last year (2017) in about September. My order was lost and after about 4-5 months I just assumed it wasn’t ever going to get here and I begrudgingly wrote it off. Imagine my surprise when just over 9 months later I received the notification of a package. It was also at a completely different post office. I wasn’t really expecting anything and I jokingly said ‘Maybe it’s my Dollish order’ and when they handed it to me I was blown away. I raced home to open it and I am still so excited that arrived because it is beyond gorgeous! It is also such a fun themed collection and I think we all knew it would be gorgeous even before we saw it. Let me show you
Dollish Polish – Dracula
This is 2 coats with topcoat. This is described as an oxblood duochrome with violet / burgundy shift and loaded with red shimmer. This polish is so crazy beautiful. When I initially ordered these I expected all the others to be stunning but I didn’t expect this one to blow me away as much as it did. This polish is also gorgeous in every different angle and light. I am including two macro shots in different light so you can see how it shines. In one light the shimmer really stands out and in another the shifty flake really stands out.
Dollish Polish – Frankenstein’s bride
This is 2 coats with topcoat. This is described as a violet jelly loaded with iridescent rainbow flakes, UCC indigo/purple flakes and micro glitters. I really like the combination of colours and that the glitter is so packed. I love the flakies and that they are more subtle. You can see the flakies (a big one on my index, a smaller on near the cuticle on my middle etc) but it isn’t the first thing you see when you look at this beautiful polish. It applied easily and the opacity is great. Here is a closer look
Dollish Polish – Frankenstein’s monster
This is 2 coats with topcoat. This is described as a chartreuse linear holo with holo micro flakes. I wish I picked up more of the holo because this polish is just wow. This is almost a one coater and has a phenomenal formula. This one is incredible. I didn’t do a macro shot because once I went through all my photos none of them did it any justice. All the holo just freaked my camera out I am sure. This one! Get it! If you are a green lover then without a doubt you need it.
Dollish Polish – The creature from the black lagoon
This is 2 coats with topcoat. This is described as an emerald jelly with green shimmer, jam-packed with olive/gold colour shifting glitters, UCC flakes and micro glitters in shades of moss, olive, aqua and lime. Now if that description doesn’t tell you that this polish is going to be jam packed with glitter and awesome then nothing will. What a beautiful polish and with a great, easy to apply formula. This only needed 2 coats for full opacity and I just love the combination of colours. Let me give you a closer look.
Dollish Polish – The mummy
This is 3 coats with topcoat. This is described as a smoky taupe cruelly with red shimmer and chestnut, charcoal, black and beige micro glitters and flakes. I used 3 coats here but I think 2 coats would’ve been fine. This applied really well with a good formula. I was a little concerned about the opacity on the first coat and then already decided I would do 3 but like I said, I think 2 would’ve been fine. I love the combination of colours and how this looks. I had so many ideas for using this one in nail art. Let me give you. closer look at how gorgeous this really is
Dollish Polish – The wolf man
This is 3 coats with topcoat. This is described as a rust jelly with rainbow iridescent flakies. You guys! Just look at this! I knew this was an interesting colour combination and look but until I had this on my nails I did not realise just how utterly gorgeous it would be. The flakies in this is just incredible and every angle, every nail gives a different look. This applied really well with a great formula. I did use 3 coats to get rid of VNL but you might find 2 coats enough. I am showing you 2 macros of 2 different nails just to show you how stunning it is. I couldn’t decide which one to use so you can get both.
What do you think? Which one is your favourite? I have never had a Dollish Polish collection I didn’t like but this one was full of great combinations. great colours and the best inspiration. I really love each one for different reasons. I am such a big Dollish fan and this collection just reminds me why. I can’t wait to use these again in some nail art.
Thanks for reading,