Provided for Honest Review
I am no less excited today than I was when I posted part one of this collection! Seriously I love the mixing and matching capabilities. This one is going to be heavy on the pictures even though I only have two polishes left to show you today. Don’t forget this collection releases NEXT SATURDAY. Set your clocks, set an alarm, send yourself an email, tell your friends…ok ok ok so maybe that’s just slightly overboard (but do tell your friends!). Let’s get on with the show and tell portion of this post and not waste anymore time on my ramblings!
First up is Eat Me:
First…I LOVE the name of this polish I literally cannot wait to tell people the name of it next time I wear it. I love names that are a bit off-color or a little risque because I have the sense of humor of a teenaged boy and I can’t help but giggle like crazy. Now this beauty is a gorgeous milk chocolate crelly packed with matte pastel pink, peach, and blue glitters. The inspiration for this one was chocolate bunnies for Easter and I think that the inspiration is very clear here!
This is a great formula glitter crelly polish. Took two coats and I didn’t have to manipulate glitter at all. There is a nice spread and a good density to the glitter part of this polish and because it’s all smaller gauged glitter it’s not topcoat hungry or overwhelming! Oh and did I mention it smells like chocolate? Through TOPCOAT? Oh yeah.
Polishes used: Tip Top – Toughen Up Basecoat; Finger Lickin’ Lacquer – Eat Me; Digital Nails – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That Topcoat
Next up is She Works Hard for the Honey:
Ok – I’m going to break my pattern a little here because this is a glitter topper. Not only that it’s a topper that works perfectly with three of the other polishes in the collection so naturally I swatched it over all three of those colors. She Works Hard for the Honey is a honey scented matte black and satin gold glitter topper. There is a variety of sizes of glitter and it’s a super fun topper over a multitude of colors. I swatched over Quite Contrary, Peachy Keen, and Lilac Festival and loved it with all three. The formula is perfect I just lightly dabbed it over the polish, it wasn’t overly topcoat hungry, and I didn’t have to manipulate the glitter. So you wanna see it? Ok!
Well that’s it for this collection. Be sure to check out the stalker links below so that you can get your own Spring in Your Step collection polishes next weekend when they are released!