Monday, April 7, 2014

Polishaus Dark Rainbows Swatch And Review

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Happy Monday!  Did you enjoy your weekend?  The weather was beautiful, and we spent some at the park letting LO to play.  We also ran some errands and got our hair cut.  I've been wanting to get LO's hair cut too, just some shaping to tame the errant strands, but I'm nervous about her getting her first haircut and being near sharp scissors.  She, like any todder, has no attention span and will want to be up and about within minutes of sitting down!

I have another lovely Polishaus for you today, and this sleeper of a beauty is called Dark Rainbows.  It's got a light grey cream base with multicolored glitters in all shapes and sizes.  The glitter effect is very subtle but has a lovely elegance to it.  The formula is wonderfully creamy and easy to apply, with no clumping or stacking of glitter.  Make sure to give the brush a few swipes along the neck so that pooling can be avoided when applying towards the cuticles.  I used two luscious coats here and finished with topcoat to add a glossy shine.

Polishaus Dark Rainbows
Polishaus Dark Rainbows

Polishaus Dark Rainbows
Polishaus Dark Rainbows

Polishaus Dark Rainbows
Polishaus Dark Rainbows

Polishaus Dark Rainbows
Polishaus Dark Rainbows

Polishaus Dark Rainbows
Polishaus Dark Rainbows

Polishaus Dark Rainbows
Polishaus Dark Rainbows
It looks like some of the larger glitters got stuck in the bottle, because I spy some large pink and black circles in there.  I managed to get mostly the smaller glitters and a couple larger hexes out, which still makes for delightful eye candy.  My favorite is the tiny pink glitters and the yellow and blue accent glitters.  I believe in a previous post I mentioned that Polishaus was closing shop, but fortunately she retracted her decision and plans on re-opening some time in the future.  Keep an eye out for her creations, because you won't want to miss them!

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1 comment:

  1. This is a nice color. I'm a big fan of greys and I love that the glitter in this is simple but still really pretty.

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