Friday, 1 November 2013

UK Indies - Pocket Money Polishes November Collection Part 2

*These products were provided for review*

Greetings All!

Earlier this week I showed you the coloured polishes from Charlie's latest collection, and today I have five glitter toppers to show you. These go on sale today! At 6pm here, so have a look through, pick your favourite, then head over there!

Torn, 2 coats over SH Green Tea. Lovely purple holo shards - I do like shard glitter, provided that it doesn't stick up like shark fins! This was very well behaved, lay very flat, and looks awesome!

Umbrella, 2 coats over...a very dark blue Color Club, That's the best I can do right now! I love the teeny iridescent bars in this - they're stunningly colourful, with flashes of blue and green, and so tiny they can't even stick out!

ROAR, 2 coats over Someone Like You (also from the November collection!). I'm a sucker for Autumnal glitter - reds, browns, golds, oranges - love it! This is no exception, and to me just looks like crunchy fallen leaves, maybe here on some water? Either way, lovely stuff. I think everyone should have at least one Autumn Leaf polish!

November Rain, 1 thin coat over W7 Grey. This is such a cold, Wintry glitter that it almost puts me off a bit! This is a very dense glitter, that could be easily built to full coverage in 2 generous coats.

Like A Virgin, 2 coats over Revlon Vintage. This is a beautiful, jewelly, sparkly polish that did not want to have it's picture taken! It's bursting with iridescence, both from hexes and small glitter, and the way it captures the light when you move is beautiful. However, you can't really show that in a photo. So you'll just have to take my word for it!

Bonus shot - matte! This makes the iridescence a little bit easier to see. I took the tip from flakies!

The November Collection will be available here from 6pm!


I love it when you awesome people leave comments! I read and treasure them all, and I'll always respond to a question as soon as I can.

Appropriate blog links are tolerated, but please be reasonable.