Today I have two polishes from SeaLore Polish to show you, with an appropriate winter theme, called Beluga Blizzard (white) and Wintery Whale (navy). I believe these were from the 2012 winter season and as of this moment, I don't see them in their store. I hope you don't mind me showing them to you anyway...you never know if something will come back!
First up, I have Beluga Blizzard, a white glitter in a clear base. I am loving smaller glitters right now, for ease of application and removal.
This polish has a great formula, slightly thin base compared to the ton of glitters but that's actually a pleasant surprise in this case. This is two coats of BB over another indie, Model City Polish's Pretty In Pink.
Macro shot to see how dainty this is, and to see the holo in the base, too:
One last look:
Next up is Wintery Whale, a bright blue glitter polish with a blue base. The tinted base makes this work much better over darker colors, like black, which I used here, or navy, gray, you get the point. The formula is great as well, no issues with it.
My swatches show two coats over Out The Door Black Hole, my go to swatching black polish. The polish has good coverage and is bursting with glitters. I only wish the base wasn't tinted so I could use it over other, specifically lighter, colors. Macro shot:
And other couple shots:
You can find SeaLore Polish:
On their standalone site
You can find Model City Polish:
On their etsy store site
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