Monday, December 4, 2017

Quixotic Polish The Vere Suo Trio Swatches and Reviews

Hi guys! I hope you had a great weekend. It was our local holiday parade and we were in it because Scraggles (our dog) was featured with her doggy daycare friends. Here's a pic of us right before the parade:

And no, her tongue isn't normally that long. She gets nervous in cars and was panting like crazy on the way. Tonight I have a gorgeous trio to show you from the indie brand Quixotic Polish. I've been lucky to feature Mary's polishes previously, and she has been rocking it in the Polish Pickup group. The Vere Suo trio was released awhile back, but it's still available, and on sale for $20! Hit that "Read More" button below to see the full reviews.

Quixotic Polish Amsonia Ciliata (3 coats)

Up first we have Amsonia Ciliata. I had to do a quick Google search, but I can now tell you that this is a blue star, an herbaceous perennial plant. The polish is a dusty blue base with blue and gold shimmer. The others in the set are also shimmers, but this one has shimmer with a larger diameter. You can see the brushstrokes a little bit, so make sure to use a light touch on the final coat. The formula was easy to work with, and I used 3 coats for full coverage. Removal was the hardest of the 3, but still much easier than any glitter. Love it! 

Quixotic Polish Rosea (3 coats)

When I first saw Rosea, I first thought of the inside of a conch shell. It's a little pink, a little gold, a little green. If you liked the shimmer duochromes of the She Sells Seashells collection from Quixotic Polish, then you'll love this one. It's a very delicate shade, and you know I love pink! It's a bit on the sheer side, but it built up well in 3 coats. You may be able to see some of my nail line in the photos, but you can't in real life. Bright lights for photos tend to do that, you know? 

Quixotic Polish Viridi Ignis (3 coats)

Viridi Ignis is another beautiful and ethereal duochrome shimmer. It shifts between green and blue with a little pink at the most extreme angles. Is this my favorite of the trio? I really cannot decide because I love them all! This was 3 thin coats and I had no issues with the formula. 

What do you think? I adore this trio, and it's totally worth $20 for the set (you can purchase them individually for $8). If you're going to make me pick a favorite, then I'd have to say it's Viridi Ignis. Stop by the Quixotic Polish websiteFacebook pageFacebook Group, or Instagram pages to find out more. 

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