Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Breath of Spring partial collection swatch + review

Purchased by Me buttonAfternoon all! I’m feeling accomplished today because I’ve been slowing clearing out my backlog of polishes that I’ve bought and never swatched. So instead of probably over 300 polishes, I think I’m down to about 150. I know, I know…. I have a problem. But today how’s about we look at Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Crocuses in the Snow, Wildflowers on the Hill, and Fields of Lavender.

Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Crocuses in Snow | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Crocuses in Snow macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Crocuses in the Snow is a white crelly with glitters of yellow, orange, green, purple, and clear iridescent. There was a good mix of glitter and good consistency but it is sheer. This is 3 coats plus top coat. 

Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Wildflowers on the Hill | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Wildflowers on the Hill macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Wildflowers on the Hill is a spring green jelly with glitters of red, green, white, and yellow. It almost ventures into Christmassy territory but I think the yellow glitters help it not go too far. This had a good consistency but was also sheer. This is 2 coats plus top coat.

Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Fields of Lavender | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Fields of Lavender macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Fields of Lavender is a lavender polish with teeny silvery flecks. This was sheer on the first coat, but built up nicely on the second coat; self-leveled okay. This is 2 coats and no top coat.

Well, which is your favorite here? I’m going with Crocuses in the Snow!

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2 thoughts on “Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish Breath of Spring partial collection swatch + review

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