Don Deeva Varnish Acid Crush swatch + review

Purchased by Me buttonGood morning all! I gotta tell you, I’m exhausted. Lately I feel like I’ve been burning the candle at both ends, taking care of my family and my household, trying to exercise daily and eat right and at the end of the day, I’m just dead. Which has been leaving little time for swatching or even wearing my pretty polishes! This brings me to a polish I did actually get to wear for a few days, Don Deeva Varnish Acid Crush, a white to reddish holographic thermal.

Don Deeva Polish Acid Crush warm state | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Don Deeva Polish Acid Crush warm state macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

In its warm state, Acid Crush is a white-ish holographic finish with silver flakes. 

Don Deeva Polish Acid Crush thermal polish | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Don Deeva Polish Acid Crush cold state macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Don Deeva Polish Acid Crush cold state | Be Happy And Buy Polish

In its cold state, Acid Crush turns a red to red-pink. It almost looks like it’s bleeding! Formula had a good consistency, and it’s a good thermal – it isn’t hard to make it change! It does dry matte.

Don Deeva Polish Acid Crush warm state holographic | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Don Deeva Polish Acid Crush transition state holographic | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is 2 coats plus top coat. In the sunshine, it was so pretty! Even though I didn’t have much of a free edge when this photo was taken, it was still a stunning polish.

What’s the last polish you had a chance to wear for a few days?

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3 thoughts on “Don Deeva Varnish Acid Crush swatch + review

  1. I haven’t worn a polish for a few days since last summer. It was color club cloud 9 and I was on vacation. Otherwise I would have been home swatching. I have mixed feelings about this polish. I like the color shift but that white is almost too bland for me and like you said while transitioning it kinda looks like it’s bleeding.

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