Shleee Polish Apophis compared to Tonic Polish Mirabilis

Polishes used:
Shleee Polish Apophis, 2 coats over black
Tonic Polish Mirabilis, 3 coats over black

Tonic Polish Mirabilis compared to Shleee Polish Apophis | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I can’t remember what group it was but someone asked for a comparison of these two polishes. Since I happened to have the both of them, I polished one hand with Apophis and one hand with Mirabilis. In this photo above, Apophis is the top hand, and Mirabilis the bottom.

Shleee Polish Apophis | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Tonic Polish Mirabilis | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Natural diffused light

Shleee Polish Apophis in sunshine | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Tonic Polish Mirabilis in sunshine | Be Happy And Buy Polish

In sunshine

Shleee Polish Apophis magnetic polish | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Tonic Polish Mirabilis magnetic polish | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Natural diffused light

Shleee Polish Apophis magnetic polish color shift | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Tonic Polish Mirabilis magnetic nail polish color shift | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Though it was hard to capture, in person they have very similar shifts, if not straight up duplicates. I think that the magnetic properties in Apophis are stronger, it was much easier to get the magnetic stripe than in Mirabilis. Or perhaps the particle sizes are different and that’s why it was easier to see the shift in Apophis? I’m not sure what the answer is!

Do you have both or one of these? What are your thoughts?

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