Monday, November 20, 2017

Different Dimension Polish Con 2017 Exclusive Swatches and Review: Not in the Loop and Where You Bean?

Hi guys! It's Thanksgiving week! I'm not 100% sure what my posting schedule will be like later in the week, but I will be doing as much as possible. In other blog news, I got a new light box and new lighting! I have no idea how it's going affect my swatches, but I'm hoping they will only get better. I bet you thought I was done with the Different Dimension polishes, right? I'm not! Tonight I have 2 of Different Dimension's Polish Con exclusives which you can still purchase now! Shall we get a closer look? 

 Different Dimension Not in the Loop (3 coats)

Do you like those unusual polish colors? You know, those baby puke, pea soup, mustard yellow shades? If so, you'll love Not in the Loop! You guys know I'm a huge fan of unique shades. Not in the Loop is a mustard yellow jelly base with tons of pink and green contrasting shimmer. The formula was just perfect with this one, and I ended up using 3 coats for full coverage. You may be able to get away with 2 with thicker coats. Removal was a breeze as well. 

Different Dimension Where You Bean? (2 coats)

Where You Bean? is a sneaky little polish as well. The base is denim blue, but the shimmer shifts between purple, gold, and green at extreme angles. Contrasting shimmers are my favorite, and boy does this one not disappoint! Application and removal was easy as pie (mmm, Thanksgiving pie) and I used just 2 coats for full opacity. Yup, another polish you need to get. 

Again, these are exclusives, so once they're gone, they're gone forever. I'm not sure how these are still available, but their loss is your gain. Each of these retail for $10, and you can get them on their website now. If you don't want to miss out on anything Different Dimension, make sure to follow them on their websiteFacebook, or Instagram pages. Cheers!


Ashley T. said...

I never would have guessed that the base for Where You Bean? is blue, what a stunner!

cupper82 said...

I know, right?! If you look at the top of my middle finger, you can see the blue color a bit more. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!