Sunday, August 26, 2012

Pretty & Polished Halloween Collection + More!

Hello everyone! I am so excited about these polishes I am about to show you. Fall is my favorite season and Halloween is thee BEST Holiday! I look forward to showing you all my Fall collection but for now this is my Halloween Collection PLUS a brand new polish for the PJ's Polish for Kids line and the new formulation of Midnight Rider. 

*ALL PICTURES TAKEN WITH 2 LAYERS OF POLISH*

First the new Midnight Rider. The ONLY thing that has changed is the type of glitter. It still has the red hex and the purple squares but they are now matte glitters. 

First Picture with Flash, second without.



Quite Contrary is a new polish for our PJ's Polish for Kids line. It is a gorgeous green polish with pink and purple glitters. Named after the famous English Nursery Rhyme, Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary because of the lush green and beautiful colors to represent flowers. First Picture without flash and second picture with flash.




And now the Halloween Collection!!! I wanted to do something fun and I really hope you all like these. I am very excited to introduce the Pretty & Polished Hella-Wicked Halloween Collection!

First Up, the bone chilling black jelly polish, Them Bones. This is a black jelly polish packed full of white flakes, hexes, and tiny bars. My version of a broken up Skeleton. 

First picture without flash and second picture with flash.



Next up is definitely one of those polishes that will call to your more morbid Halloween side. This is Blood Clot. I went back and forth on a name for this but Blood Clot definitely kept sneaking back into my head and I finally had to let my guard down and just go with it. I think you will see why this polish got stuck with that name from these pictures. 
Blood Clot is an intense blood red jelly filled with different sized red hex. It is very gruesome and beautiful all at once. 
First picture is without flash and second picture is with flash. 




Next up we have a fun purple concoction that only a witch could help me brew up. Definitely taken from my idea of what I think a witch would look like if turned into a polish (rather than a frog). This is Witchy Woman. She is a dark purple jelly filled with purple shreds, black hexes, and tiny green and fuchsia glitters.

First Picture taken with flash and second picture without flash.



And last but certainly not least we have a fun color changing number! This my friends is Candy Corn. The perfect fourth in our collection! Candy Corn is orange in the bottle and once layered on your nails will begin to turn a shade of yellow. Of course depending on your nail length it may stay orange on your tips. Under cold water it will go back to a beautiful orange shade. This polish has no extra shimmer or glitter to it. It is a straight up color changing cream. Just the way we like our candy corn!



I hope you all enjoyed these pictures. I hope to have more up on Facebook over the next few days so you can see them in different lights. 
Please excuse my awful cuticles. That is what acetone does to them!

5 comments:

  1. rad! loving candy corn and blood clot hard!

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  2. another great collection. candy corn is perfect!! you've done it again, chelsea ... love 'em :)

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  3. Huge fan of everything I have purchased so far! Any tips on getting your polish off though? Such a long lasting formula even when I want it to come off it doesn't want to. The glitters are the worst.

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    1. Try a pva glue base coat! The polish peels off for removal. Several polish blogs have posted about it recently :-)

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  4. Awesome! Can't wait to get some of those!

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