Girly Bits Cosmetics | Bridal Bliss Collection

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Happy July everyone! To celebrate summer I have 6 beautiful delicate creme polishes for you from Girly Bits Cosmetics! The Bridal Bliss Collection is not only the perfect dreamy creme for any occasion, they all stamp too!

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection

Hearts In Bloom

Hearts in Bloom is a cool-toned pink creme. Easy application and it’s what I consider to  be the perfect pink colour – not too cool, not too warm, not too bright, not too white. Two coats plus top coat.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Hearts in Bloom

Hearts in Bloom stamped over a white and black base.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Hearts in Bloom

This one pops beautifully over both light and dark polishes – no small feat for such a pale colour!

Let Love Grow

Let Love Grow is a soft minty creme. I love the brightness of this polish – it almost borders a turquoise. Two coats plus top coat.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Let Love Grow

Let Love Grow stamped over a white and black base.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Let Love Grow

It was very subtle stamped over white but over black it really popped!

Peach, Love, and Joy

Peach, Love, and Joy is a soft warm pinky/peach creme. This one needed 3 coats to be fully opaque. It self-levelled nicely and was easy to work with.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Peach Love and Joy

Peach, Love, and Joy stamped over a white and black base.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Peach Love and Joy

I love the intensity of this polish stamped over both white AND black!

Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue

Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue is a soft blue creme. This one was almost a one-coater for me! Two coats plus top coat.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Old New Borrowed and Blue

Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue stamped over a white and black base.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Old New Borrowed and Blue

This was my favourite over black. Having a pastel blue tone stamp vibrantly over a dark base can be a challenge, but this polish pulls it off beautifully! I do appreciate how delicate it is over white.

Betrothed

Betrothed is a soft lilac creme. This was easy to work with and dried to more of a lavender hue than I expected – but I love it! Two coats plus top coat.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Betrothed

Betrothed stamped over a white and black base.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Betrothed

Easy to work with as a stamping polish, it definitely read lavender to me over both light and dark bases!

Strapless

Strapless is a pink leaning blush taupe creme. This polish is like your perfect neutral. The formula was super dreamy too!

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Strapless

Strapless stamped over a white and black base.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Bridal Bliss Collection Strapless Stamp

This looks so good stamped, but especially over white! I knew this would be reminiscent of lace so I chose an image that reminded me of it. I love the end result!

So my overall thoughts on this collection are….I LOVE IT! I love the cohesion here – the theme – the ease of use – the multi-purpose aspect (stamping, gradients, water marbles, the possibilities are endless).

Girly Bits Bridal Bliss Collection

The Bridal Bliss Collection is available July 12th 2018 and if you purchase the entire collection before August 12th at 11:59pm EST, you will save $1.00 per bottle ($84 CAD for the entire set). They are also available individually for $15.00 CAD each.

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