Hiya guys, how's it going today? I cannot believe how quickly the month has gone by. We are almost in May! I have been so busy the last two months that my polish purchases has just been piling up unswatched. But I'll be slowly working through my pile eventually as I suffer through a no-buy for a month. Oh the horror, haha. On the top of my untried pile were these beautiful crelly polishes from Delush Polish's Spring 2015 Collection. I don't know why, but I only purchased three of the six and the regret is so real.
The Spring to Conclusions collection by Delush Polish consists of six crelly polishes and is still available for purchase. You can purchase each full size bottle for $8.95 or the entire collection for $48.00.
50 Shades of Yay
50 Shades of Yay is a white crelly filled with pastel glitters and neon pink hexes and large teal circle glitters. I feel like this is the ideal staple white crelly for spring, the glitter combination is insanely beautiful. It was sheer in the first coat, but evened out well with the second. The formula applied really well, though there was minor fishing needed for the large teal glitters. Swatched using three thin coats and sealed with Seche Vite topcoat.
An Offer You Can't Refuchsia
An Offer You Can't Refuchsia is a vibrant fuchsia jelly filled with red and blue glitters in various shapes and sizes. It's a serious glitter explosion that takes no prisoners! I absolutely love the bright shade, it's perfect for the summer as well. The formula was thick and a little tricky to work with because of the heavy glitters in each brush stroke. The easiest method I found was to apply the first layer normally and dab on the second. Swatched using two thin coats and sealed with Seche Vite topcoat.
A Peony For Your Thoughts
A Peony For Your Thoughts is a white crelly filled with bright pink and purple colored glitters in various sizes. This is a gorgeous polish and it looks so lush. Initially I thought this was going to be a little boring compared to the others, but it ended up being my favorite one among the three. Great formula and consistency, I had no issues applying each of the layers. There was no need for glitter fishing either. Swatched using three thin coats and sealed with Seche Vite topcoat.
Overall I'm extremely satisfied with my first purchase from Delush Polish and feel like kicking myself for not getting the full collection. The main appeal to me personally is the gorgeous color to glitter combinations. I can see the hints of spring time in each one, but they also come swinging with sassy bright spark. It's a lovely sight and a breathe of fresh air from the typical straight pastel this season. This collection definitely makes me look forward to what Delush Polish will have for us in the summer time.
So tell me guys, what's your favorite glitter to color combination you like to wear?