Hi guys! I was planning on blogging late last week, but time got away from me. I was out of the state for the Philly Pen Show this weekend for work. Pen shows are really awesome, but also exhausting when you're working the whole time. Basically it's 3 days of 9-hour work days with absolutely zero breaks. I'm not complaining though, because I get the chance to meet some really interesting people. Tonight I'm finally starting the other multichrome polishes from Paint Box Polish's 12 Collection. These are inspired by the 12th Doctor on Doctor Who. I was a huge Doctor Who fan during the 9th and 10th doctor times and David Tennant will always be my Doctor. I was ok with Matt Smith, but for some reason I just cannot get into the Capaldi era. Maybe it's because I'm not a fan of Clara? I dunno, my husband liked Clara so I'm not sure. Anyway, let's see what Pam of Paint Box Polish came up with for Capaldi.
Paint Box Polish The Impossible Girl (3 coats)
Speaking of Clara, The Impossible Girl is named after her. I love the polish, but not the character. It's a multichrome with green/gold/pinkish red flashes and larger silver holographic particles. I'd say if you can only get 1 color from the collection, get this one. I used 3 coats for the photos above, but you should be able to get away with 2. I just wanted to add a little more depth for the photos. the formula was very smooth and easy to apply. These are mini bottles (with 0.3 fl oz) that don't have terrible brushes, so feel free to buy them with no apprehension.
Paint Box Polish Who Are You? (3 coats)
Up next is Who Are You? which is inspired by River Song. Ok, I'm so weird, but I'm not a big fan of River, either. Is it just me? The polish has flashes of green, purple, and blue with some small flakes in the background. I dunno, I think you need this one, too! Duochromes are all the rage right now, and you won't be disappointed with these. The formula on Who Are You? was a bit thinner than The Impossible Girl, so you will likely need all 3 coats for full coverage.
The 12 Collection is still for sale on the Paint Box Polish website, and the mini polishes start at $6 each. Find out more about Paint Box Polish on their website, Facebook, and Instagram pages.