Hiya guys! Do you have any plans for the weekend? I see a lot of sleeping in my immediate future. Not only because I'll be heading to treatment this afternoon, but also because Jersey is expecting some snow. Yay fun... said no one ever, haha. But here's some to brighten everyone's day... a new Bliss release! Today I'm sharing swatches for the gorgeous Winter Cremes Collection by Bliss Polish, which consists of five muted creamy shades. And I know what you're thinking and the answer is a big yes - these do watermarble and stamp. I'll be showing examples in another post, but for now let's get to the swatches.
The Winter Cremes Collection by Bliss Polish is now available for purchase. Each full-size shade retails for $8 and the complete set can be purchased for $38.
Bliss Polish - Salmon
Salmon can be described as a dusty peachy colored creme. Peach shades will forever make me nervous, but once again Bliss manages to nail a perfect peach hue. Pun intended. It's such a gorgeous subtle hue that manages to look great against my skin complexion. Major plus in my book.
The formula has a minimal sheer coverage on a first coat, but covers completely with a second. Amazing self-leveling. It dries to a very high-shine on its own before topcoat. Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Bliss Polish - Lilac
Lilac can be described as a dusty lavender creme. This shade brings me back to yester-year when I was fourteen and lavender was life. I insisted on having all my pink walls covered in this shade instead... little did I know that in the following two years I would want them painted black instead. Oh that transition to emo, every parents favorite phase I'm sure.
The formula was a bit sheer on a first coat, but evens out perfectly with a second. Similar application and consistency to Salmon - smooth and very easy to work with. Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Bliss Polish - Moss
Moss can be described as a medium tone dusty green creme. I don't say this often about a greens, but I honestly love this particular shade. It looks very chic and modern! I have been obsessed with olive/tan camo print and this would go so well with those outfits.
Another smooth application and formula with this one. I found this shade to be the most opaque of the bunch and definitely a one coater if you don't use a light hand (like I tend to do). Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Bliss Polish - Berry
Berry can be described as a dusty mauve color creme. So perfectly named! The shade just screams berrlicious to me! It's much more vibrant than the others in this collection, while still having that dusty low-key tone to it.
The formula has a very opaque application, it almost feels like a one coater. Like the others, it dries to a high shine on its own. Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Bliss Polish - Pond
Pond can be described as a dusty medium blue teal creme. Doesn't this steal your heart away?! As a huge fan of blues this one certainly had me drooling. It just has such a unique tone and hue, I don't believe I had anything similar prior.
Most similar in application and consistency to that of Berry. Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Overall if you're a fan of creme finishes then these are all must-haves for your collection! Bliss Polish makes some of my favorite cremes, I am pretty sure I purchased nearly all of her creme quads last year. It's all about that flawless formula that is always consistent in any creme I have tried from Yvette. I also love the muted tones of these, they are so perfect to wear any-time not just winter! I cannot wait to do some nail art using these. So obviously I am head over heels for these, but tell me what you guys think!
To recap, the Winter Cremes Collection by Bliss Polish is now available for purchase. Each full-size shade retails for $8 and the complete set can be purchased for $38.
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