Who’s headed to The Indie Shop Anaheim (AKA Polish Disneyland) next weekend??? Sadly, I will not be in attendance – Darn you work – but I will be there is spirit!!
Despite missing out on the festivities, I had the opportunity to try out Quixotic Polish’s TIS limited edition four piece Hairspray Collection and event exclusive, Warlock.
Warlock and the Hairspray Collection will debut at The Indie Shop Anaheim on Saturday May 18th. Any leftovers that are not sold at TIS will go on sale on the Quixotic website on Monday May 20th at 9am PST.
This is a limited release, so it’s recommended that you find a TIS polish fairy if you really really really want these polishes (Which you do… Trust me!).
Let’s take a look at all 5 polishes! Swatches done with Vapid Commitment Issues (Peel Off Base Coat) and Get Your Shine on (High Shine Quick Dry Top Coat).
Side Note: I am going to try out adding my swatch videos to this blog. Let me know what you think of it!
The Hairspray Collection
The Hairspray Collection is a four piece set inspired by the character Edna Turnblad from the musical Hairspray.
The collection will be available as a set for $42 or individually for $11 each.
Go Mama is described as a dusty lavender polish with heavy shifts of pink to green shifting shimmer and holo micro flakes.
Go Mama was opaque for me in two coats.
The Whole Parade
The Whole Parade is described as a vibrant coral polish with highlights of orange to pink shifting shimmer packed with holo microflakes.
The Whole Parade was opaque for me in two coats.
Timeless To Me
Timeless To Me is described as a dusty cobalt polish with violet to green shifting shimmer, linear holo and micro holo flakes.
Timeless To Me was opaque for me in two coats.
Look Out Old Baltimore
Look Out Old Baltimore is described as a white crelly polish filled with red to green Aurora shimmer and packed with red/gold/green multichrome flakes.
Look Out Old Baltimore was opaque for me in three coats.
Warlock is described as a deep teal polish swimming with original unicorn pigment shifting from red to gold to green and even blue at extreme angles, decorated with subtle glowing blue iridescent flakes.
This is the OGUP sister polish to the previously released Wicca.
Warlock was opaque for me in three coats.
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