Saturday, March 14, 2015


Hey there!

I decided to share some swatches from MPolish. If you haven't heard about MPolish then you've been living under a rock! Lol.

MPolish is an indie polish line designed for stamping. They are to be used over dark colors for a better result. I was sent a press sample of three minis from her spring collection last month. I didn't have this blog up yet though.

I decided to buy the entire line in full size. I'm so glad I did!

Left row: Starflower, Apricot Delight, Snowberry
Right row: Sweetclover, Bells of Ireland, Apple Blossom

These are like magic in a bottle. They change depending on the color of the base you choose. They look better over dark bases but you could use a lighter base for a subtle look.

I used them over Essie Licorice, black base. Plate is from Moyou London Pro XL-09

First up is Starflower. I was dying to get this one! It glows! Super easy to work with!

Next up Sweetclover. This one is like wow! In the bottle it's a yellow-gold and on the nail over black it's a light green. Love it!

This one is Apricot Delight. Another color changing polish! In the bottle it's s peachy color and on the nails looks gold almost copper!

Here's Bells of Ireland. This is one I got to use first since it was part of the press sample I received. I loved it and I fell in love with the entire line after using this one. It glows!

Here's Snowberry. A metallic white almost silver. So beautiful!

Last but not least is Apple Blossom. It looks like a sheer light pink in the bottle but on the nails it pops! It's so vibrant!

They're all my favorite! So easy to work with! It's better if they're used with dark colored stamping heads for better and precise placement. 

Here are some looks I did with three of them before I improved my lighting.

Bells of Ireland

Apple blossom

Apple Blossom


Bells of Ireland, Apple Blossom, Snowberry

Water spotted technique using snowberry and Apple blossom.

For more swatches of this collection check out these ladies on Instagram and click the links in their bio's. Some have sneak peeks of an upcoming duo set being released this coming week.


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