Review | Wikkid Polish from NailStuff.ca

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Hello my fellow polish-addicted friends!! Today I have a review of the Catalyst collection from UK indie brand Wikkid Polish, sent to me from NailStuff.ca!

NailStuff.ca is a company based in Canada that lets you shop all sorts of awesome brands / nail art supplies / tools / general awesomeness from one site.

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Swatch and Review | Girly Bits x The Und8ables

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Hello all my lovely readers!! Today I have news of a very exciting collab – Pam of Girly Bits Cosmetics has created this fantastic polish duo to mark the 1-year anniversary of another fantastic duo – Megan Edwards and Janet Reynolds’ (a.k.a The Und8ables) book “Girl, it’s Not You (it’s definitely him).”

The Und8ables x Girly Bits
Photo Credits: @fleckcreative and @rebeccarobertsstudios

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Moonflower Polish | Summer Neons | Swatch and Review

moonflower polish Summer Neons Collection
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Sun’s out guns out and it’s time to be sportin’ some ultra bright NEONS on your nails!!! Well how timely that I was surprised with this GORGEOUS set of neons by indie brand Moonflower Polish! These are some multi-purpose neons we have here – these bad boys not only stamp (yes I stamped all the neon things on my nails!) BUT they are fully opaque in two coats as a regular polish and get this….NO WHITE BASE REQUIRED! I see the intrigue in your eyes! So read on and prepare to be blinded!

moonflower polish summer neon

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Girly Bits Cosmetics | Indie Expo Canada 2018 | Limited Edition Polishes

We are less than one week away from Indie Expo Canada 2018 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and that means loads of gorgeous polishes!!

Girly Bits Cosmetics has created three beautiful Limited Edition Polishes especially for the event. They WILL be available online for a few months following the event, beginning in early July, with the exception of the thermal polish which will not be available online during the summer months due to the instability of thermal pigments in the summer heat.

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