Monday, 8 April 2013

Wing Dust Collections - 4 New Polishes



Today I have 4 new polishes from Wing Dust Collections and they do not disappoint.
I'm yet to come across one Wing Dust that I do not like, so without further ado I have Space Cadet. Firstly, umm hello it's black and glitter, what is not to love? This is a black/charcoal base with a light sprinkle of holo and blue iridescent hexes. This one applied so smoothly with 3 thin coats followed by one coat of Poshe. I apologise in advance as I had some issues with my Poshe fogging at the tips, I think I combated this buy applying some OPI Drying Drops. But there is some dulling at the tips on the pinky. I am very sorry for this, I feel like a bad swatcher.



Next up is Sleepless Summer Nights which is just an amazing mix of glitters that compliment each other so well, all set in a teal jelly base. There are silver hexes and stars, green hexes in various sizes, there is also brown hexes in various sizes along with a stunning pink shimmer.
I absolutely love this polish, Wing Dust I give you a massive round of applause for this one.
Here I have swatched Sleepless Summer Nights with 3 coats alone topped with one coat of Seche Vite.




Now I have Day Dreamer which is a dainty subdued polishes that is a soft silver metallic with a linear holo. This being said I also feel there is a hint of white jelly to this polish which helps soften the metallic finish. There are small hexes and squares in silver and white. 
I'm a big fan of Day Dreamer with 3 thin coats followed by one coat of Seche Vite.




Last up I have I Am Yours & You Are Mine, such a lovely name for a lovely raspberry pink polish. There is some fine holo, yellow hexes, pink hexes and some fine silver hexes.
A very pretty polish at 3 thin coats followed by one coat of Seche Vite.



Wing Dust Collections polishes are available through Llarowe and Etsy.

Thanks
Bec
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2 comments:

  1. Sleepless Summer Nights is sooo pretty! Love the star glitter in there and the deep jelly base, lovely swatches <3

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  2. Ooh these are all *nice* but Space Cadet is outstanding!

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