Hey all! I found a bunch of photos of Pahlish test batches I’d taken a long time ago so I thought I’d better get them up to show you. Included in this post are: Brittanica, Sea Glass Beach, Wild Roses, Pinewood, Moderne, and Fido. Continue reading
Hi there, wonderful readers! Today I have two separate nail polish duos to show you from Pahlish: the March and August 2016. I ended up using the creme from March with the glitter from August and vice versa. Let’s see how they turned out!
Loftiest Muse (March 2016) is a light robin’s egg blue creme polish. (You might remember this from this nail art manicure.) Formula on this wasn’t the greatest. It was sheer, uneven, and doesn’t self-level. This is 2 coats and no top coat.
Hello, hello, my dear lovely readers. 🙂 I hope that your weekend was absolutely amazing. 😀 Today I have a manicure to show you with Pahlish Munchkinland and Fancy Gloss Pixie Rose and a black/white watermarble.
Pahlish Munchkinland is a pale pink base with rose gold flakes of different sizes. I layered 2 coats of this over OPI I Couldn’t Bare Less for a more pronounced white look. I dotted with Fancy Gloss Pixie Rose.
Fancy Gloss Pixie Rose is a pink holographic micro glitter with green flash/shimmer. Formula is very thick, and dries very textured. I used 3 thin coats but it took me THREE coats of top coat to get a glossy shine. I had no texture after 2 coats of top coat but no real glossy shine. No bueno.
I used OPI polishes to create the black & white watermarble. Of course, my other hand came out a bit better (and of course, I didn’t take a picture of her).
I love how this turned out – it’s just kind of a funky skittlette manicure (and you know how I like those!). What are your thoughts?
Bubble Yum is a bright pink polish with gold and pink flakes. My pictures show it so much more dark than it is – it is a bright pink polish!
Formula had a good thickness to it; it does dry satin. This is 2 coats plus matte top coat plus shiny top coat.
I do like the occasional pink polish and this one has just enough oomph and pizzazz to keep my interest. What do you think of it?
Morning everyone! Today I have two Pahlish mystery polishes to show you, a bronze and a green. I hadn’t picked up mystery polishes in some time and then I let them just sit there on my untried table. For shame!
This green polish is a jelly base with teal and blue micro flakes, gold glitters and scattered holographic effect.
Application was a bit thick. It is also more green than the teal green my pictures show. This is 2 coats plus matte top coat plus shiny top coat.
This bronze polish is a jelly base with color shifting flakes, and orange and gold iridescent glitters plus scattered holographic effect.
Application was also a bit thick but otherwise good. This is 2 coats plus matte top coat plus shiny top coat.
I like the mystery polishes that Pahlish puts out, it’s a good price for something that you might love. Have you ever picked up a mystery polish from Pahlish?
So I had a post all ready for today, typed up and everything. And then somehow, it disappeared. No trace of it except that I had uploaded the pictures. Since I was starting over anyway, I decided to replace the post with this mani that I wore a couple of weeks ago with Pahlish Just Like the Setting Sun and Pretty & Polished Smoke & Mirrors.
Good morning everyone! Aren’t you so glad 2016 is over and 2017 has begun? I sure am. And I’m looking forward to this baby being born in a few weeks! Today I have some swatches and nail art with Ever After Burning Twilight, Grace-full Mango Sherbet [Hella Holo Customs], and Pahlish My Bespoke Psychopath II.
Ever After Burning Twilight is a holographic periwinkle cream base with gold, bronze, and pink flakies. Formula was a good consistency. This is 3 thin coats plus top coat. Continue reading