Monday, 26 September 2016

Wikkid Polish AbsoFlakinLutely and Dione X


OK, so by now, especially if you are in the UK, you have probably heard of Wikkid Polish, a relatively new indie polish started by the lovely Sarah AKA manigranny. The polishes available are all phenomenal and to make it even better, they are 5-free, cruelty free and vegan friendly.

I bought these two polishes that really caught my eye and I had to have in my collection and today I'm showing you them. Of course, I picked two that have beauty that is tough to capture so it's a pretty photo heavy post as I try to show you them as best I can.

AbsoFlakinLutely

For a long time, I just didn't get why people were all up in Flakies' business but having had a few absolutely stunning flakies over the last few months, I completely get it now and AbsoFlakinLutely is one of the ones making me want to get all up in flakies grill. I haven't quite mastered the art of the full coverage flakie application, it always ends up too thick but somehow looks amazing on other people, so for now I am loving the 'one coat over darker colours' look.


This is one coat of AbsoFlakinLutely over Nails Inc Ruby Night Sky and then topped with one coat of Seche Vite.


Application was fab, the polish has a great formula and really even flakie dispersal, it wasn't to sparse nor was it too plentiful.


The colour shift in the flakies are fantastic and I think I have caught most of the colours in these photos. It's shifts run through green, turquoise, blue, purple and gold and they are super reactive. 


Clean up is fairly easy and removal only needs a smidge of elbow grease to get the job done.

Dione X 

Dione X is the holo version of a beautiful green/turquoise/purple shifter.


I applied one coat of this over Nails Inc Black Magic and then I topped with one coat of Seche.


It was an absolute dream to apply and clean up, although you know that holo glitter gets everywhere and who's complaining? Removal was a breeze.


The holo is strong and the shift is beautiful. The green shift irl actually shows closer to a beetle green whereas in the photos it shows as a teal.


Both bottles are 10ml and are £6 each. Sarah has just released a collection of incredible magnetic polishes and has some other exciting releases coming soon so be on the lookout.

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