EatSleepPolish “April Showers, Bring May Flowers” SPRING COLLECTION REVIEW!!

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“April Showers, Bring May Flowers” SPRING COLLECTION AVAILABLE NOW!

Hi there!! So this past week I received a lovely box in the mail! And in that box was the remaining spring collection (in mini’s) from Eat Sleep Polish!!! (I already had 2 of these beautiful polishes as a gift) Now what better thing for me to do this weekend but play with polish and grab swatches of EVERYTHING!! Woot!! I’m super excited. Now for the descriptions I’m going to give you what Caterina gave me in an email in bold and then my description of these polishes will be in regular text. On to these AMAZING polishes! PICTURE HEAVY!!

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Sidewalk strider (Speckled Grey)
Grasshoppa (Green spinkles)
each 3 coats

  • Grasshoppa ( From the email from Eat Sleep Polish)

A light and airy green jelly filled with micro flakes, shimmer, pink & white glitter of various shapes and sizes. This is semi-sheer but can be layered, or worn over a base in a similar colour. Topcoat recommended to achieve a smooth finish. The inspiration behind this polish is itty bitty baby grasshoppers that start showing up in the fresh baby grass .

My Review of Grasshoppa. This polish reminds me directly of the grass in Manitoba. Which is strange. But really it does. It reminds me of when my kids go hunting for easter eggs and their baskets are filled with that fake green grass, and you get to see the little sprinkles of different colours in there. Its truly a beautiful polish. Now I didn’t do a whole mani of this polish because I just couldn’t bear to take off my favorite one Sidewalk Strider.. Which is featured in the same picture. I achieved full opaqueness in 2 thin coats.

  • Sidewalk Strider (From the email from Eat Sleep Polish)

A funky cement looking polish. 2-3 coats recommended. This grey based polish is jam packed with black, white, pink & glitter and scattered with tiny blue sparkles. A delicate amount of holographic particles make this a unique and fun polish to wear. The inspiration behind this polish is going for walks in the early days of spring, where bits and pieces of winter ‘junk’ can be seen hiding in the melting snow.

My Review of Sidewalk Strider. This polish is sheer perfection. Think speckled quail egg. I love it. I cannot get enough of it, and I’m so freaking happy that I have a full sized bottle of this baby. This polish has turned into one of my favorites, and seems to be a go to for me. It’s just jam packed with different glitters that gives it so much depth and dimension, its simply breath taking. I seriously love it. In the next picture you will see a close up of both polishes.

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Sidewalk Strider (speckled grey)
Grasshoppa (speckled green)
each 3 coats

Up next we have Endless sky, Perfect Storm and Raspberry Mud Pie. Again the email descriptions will be in bold, where as my reviews (and they will be stated that they are mine) are in regular text.

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Endless Sky (with flash)
2 thin coats

  • Endless Sky

A shimmery blue with a delicate violet undertone and a splash of scattered holo,  2-3 coats recommended. What would an ending winter be without a beautiful blue cloud free sky? This polish helps us to embrace the days to come where the sky is pure and endless.

My Review of Endless Sky. This polish is very very beautiful in the bottle. And its very beautiful on nails. I’m just having an issue with it on my nails. It to me doesn’t seem to be right for my skin tone .  Well that’s not exactly right. It is good for my skin tone, it’s just not a colour that I would grab for on a regular bases. This polish it does remind me of an endless sky, there there is no clouds in sight. If I was to look outside during the coldest day of the winter here in Manitoba I would see that colour sky, and I would know to not go outside (brrr)

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Perfect Storm (No flash)
2 thin coats

  • Perfect Storm

A shimmery olive toned polish with a splash of scattered holo as well. 2-3 coats recommended. Spring is not spring without storms, and as the saying goes April Showers, Bring May Flowers 😉 This polish represents the calmness and serenity that even a storm can bring.

My Review of Perfect storm. This was another one of my favorites out of the collection. This one lasted on my fingers for a full 2 days (shocking I know!) It has that perfect amount of green to it to just make it sparkle and shine. Kind of reminds me of a foil. The only downfall to this polish though was that it stained my nails. Not badly, but they were stained none the less. Is that going to stop me from wearing this beautiful polish again. Oh hell no, that baby needs some love!!

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Raspberry Mud Pie (flash)
2 thin coats

  • Raspberry Mud Pie

A cocoa coloured polish filled within beautiful raspberry shimmer, that truly glows from within. 2-3 coats recommended. This polish was actually named by a the wonderful blogger Courtney over at http://www.swatcherpolishranger.com/ . The name is perfect as this is exactly how I envision this polish! Lets face it spring is muddy. However with soil and dirt come plants & flowers. There is always good to be found if you look hard enough 😉

My Review of Raspberry Mud Pie. This polish is just stunning. Seriously stunning. It’s a chocolate brown that just shimmers and shines with little red flecks and glitters in it. Its the perfect colour for my skin tone and has quickly won the second favorite of the bunch. When looking at this polish I actually get hungry. I imagine chocolate covered raspberries and just pop them into my mouth. Now if I did that with this polish I would probably die, so I will have to be content with it just being on my finger nails. HEHE

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