Pahlish There Is a Song nail polish collection [partial] swatches + review

Purchased by Me buttonIf you didn’t already know, I’m a big fan of Doctor Who. My friend Kate got me hooked on it and I love it. My favorite Doctor is Nine (Sassy Nine is the best), followed I think by Twelve (Grumpy Cat Twelve). Anyway, I picked up this collection from Pahlish awhile back, it’s based on River Song. There are 6 polishes in this collection, and you’ve seen one before: Melody Malone. Here are Impossible Astronaut, Hello Sweetie, Singing Towers, and Stormcage.

Pahlish Impossible Astronaut macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Pahlish Impossible Astronaut | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Impossible Astronaut is a beige with silver micro glitter. This has a good consistency but doesn’t self-level. This is 2 coats and no top coat. 

Pahlish Hello Sweetie | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Pahlish Hello Sweetie macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Hello Sweetie is a periwinkle polish with silver flakes. Formula was sheer, and thin; application was patchy. Those silver flakes go everywhere upon removal. This is 2 coats and no top coat.

Pahlish Singing Towers | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Pahlish Singing Towers macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Singing Towers is a deep brown with burnt orange flakes. Formula was sheer but it had a good consistency. This is 2 coats and no top coat.

Pahlish Stormcage | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Pahlish Stormcage macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Stormcage is a deep blue with iridescent blue and purple micro flakes, and silver flakes. Formula was sheer but had good consistency. This is 3 coats and no top coat. 

Oh, and Shannon from Pahlish has new Doctor Who polishes out right now, which yes I’ve bought. LOL. It’s a weakness!

My favorite is probably Stormcage but I love Singing Towers as well. Which is your favorite?

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