The theme for this month’s Polish Pickup is Ancient History. For me, this theme was a bit of a wild card. I’m not at all a history buff, so I had no idea what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised with what makers have come up with (and even more surprised that I was actually somewhat familiar with some of the inspirations).
Polish Pickup will run from March 6th (11am EST) to March 9th (11:59pm EST). During the shopping window, you can buy bucket loads of indie polishes, beauty products, jewelry and more for a flat rate shipping price of US $3.00/CAD $5.00.
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I have seven PPU polishes to share with you all. Let’s get started!
All swatches done using Vapid Lacquer – Commitment Issues Peel Off Base Coat and Cuticula Nail Care – Limitless Quick Dry Top Coat. Pictures taken in direct lighting with a natural daylight Ottlite.
All Mixed Up Lacquer
Inspiration: Irish Castles
Celtic Relic is described as a green tri-thermal shifting from apple (hot), to medium green (warm), to dark green (cold). Filled with scattered holo, small iridescent, gold and emerald glitters, two different crystal flakies, and UCC flakies.
Cap: 120 US | 10 UK
The Lycurgus Cup
Inspiration: The Lycurgus Cup, a 4th century Roman glass cage cup. This color-changing cup is made of dichroic glass, which shows a different color depending on whether or not light is passing through it (red when lit from behind and green when lit from the front).
The Lycurgus Cup is described as a gold/gree/red multichrome magnetic polish that’s sprinkled with iridescent flakes and glitters that shift from red to gold to green.
Cap: 120 US | 15 UK
Is Such A Thing Even Possible?
Inspiration: Ancient Aliens
Is Such A Thing Even Possible? is described as a dark blue, light blue, teal/turquoise multichrome magnetic polish with a celestial blue glow in the dark.
The Sacred Peacock
Inspiration: Zeus and Hera (Duo with Polished For Days)
The Sacred Peacock is described as a dusty grey blue base with a stunning violet to gold to green pastel multichrome shimmer.
Cap: 400 US | 15 UK
Inspiration: Ancient Persia, one of the oldest civilizations.
Persian Nights is described as a bright orange red coral with red, gold, indigo color shifting flakes and micro holo shreds.
Seventy Seven Nail Lacquer
Honey, I’m Rome
Inspiration: The Colosseum of Ancient Rome.
Honey, I’m Rome is described as a burgundy/wine base with gold to orange to pink to red shifting pigment and a sprinkling of iridescent teal blue microglitters.
Cap: 175 US | 25 UK
Your Father Smelt of Elderberries
Inspiration: Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Your Father Smelt of Elderberries is described as a blackened purple base with pink shimmer and pink/gold shifting flakes.
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1 thought on “Polish Pickup | Ancient History | March 2020”
These are nice. I really love the thermal 😀