Wednesday, 25 April 2018

My Prism Polish Goodies


I told you a little while ago about a Prism Polish giveaway that I had won. The giveaway was over on Instagram and the prize was the bestseller from each of their ranges. That meant I won 7 stunning polishes. I did also win some little chocolates that had the Prism Polish logo on the top but me and Kian guzzled them before I even thought about taking photos, they were delicious!

It's taking me a little bit of time to get these swatches up because I wanted to get a good wear out of each polish before I changed it up to the next one and let me tell you, they all wear very, very well. So let's take a look at them. It's a pretty photo heavy post!
Baby It's Cold Outside


Baby it's Cold Outside is a blue to purple flakie and holo filled thermal.


In it's warm state, Baby It's Cold Outside is a gorgeous grape purple and in it's cold state it is a pretty royal blue.


My photo shows 3 thin coats but I would recommend 4 coats as I still have visible nail line, especially in the blue state. This polish is very light to wear and even with 3/4 coats, does not feel heavy or high off the nail.

Loyalty, Loyalty, Loyalty

Loyalty, Loyalty, Loyalty is a deep, metallic blue filled with a scattered holo.


It is perfect with 2 thin coats.

Pit of Despair

Pit of Despair is a black crelly packed with shifty micro flakes that go through blues, purples and pinks.


This is great in 2 coats.

Psycho Love

As you can see, Psycho Love is a vibrant, neon pink. It has blue/purple shifty flakies and a blue shimmer.


 It was perfect in 2 coats.

Speckled Egg

Speckled Egg is a pretty mint green with purple and green flakies.


Perfect with 2 thin coats.

Witchcraft

Witchcraft is a beautiful, purple/teal shifty polish with a linear holo.


Photo shows 2 thin coats but could definitely work as a one coater with a thicker coat.

Zero

 Zero is a blue toned grey with a green shimmer.


This is definitely a one coater but does look best with 2 thin coats.

Every single polish had an amazing formula and a high gloss finish to them. All of these photos show the polishes with NO topcoat! That's right, they are all really that glossy on their own, although I would recommend wearing a good topcoat to extend wear time. None of these were stainers, even Psycho Love and I definitely thought it would be given how bright and bold the colour was.

Some proper beauties in there isn't there? I adore them all but if I had to pick favourite Witchcraft would be right at the top and then Pit of Despair. I am not sure which collections these were all from as some of them aren't available anymore but I can definitely see why they were the best seller. Pit of Despair, Psycho Love and Speckled Egg are all still available and there are lots of other gorgeous polishes on the shop.

Which one was your favourite?

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