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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Polish Review - Faeries and Folklore St Patrick's Day Trio

Disclosure: These polishes were sent to me in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own.

Faeries and Folklore is a very new indie polish brand, and I have quite a few polishes to show off! Last week, I showed you a duo plus a group custom. This week, I love an amazing trio for St. Patrick's Day! It's releasing on the 22nd, so you have plenty of time to get them in to create your own St. Patrick's Day manicure! Make sure to check back in a few days for the Myth of the Month polish!

The trio is three very different polishes that work so well for the holiday, and I'm in love with all three for three different reasons.

First up is Somewhere Over the Rainbow. Somewhere Over the Rainbow is a topper with small and medium glitters in pink, blue, yellow, and green. It would look amazing smashed in a jelly sandwich or as a topper, but I decided to play with it alone. I tried it out, just to see the colors, and fell in love with how it looks. Somewhere Over the Rainbow is just like a splatter paint of a rainbow all over my fingers.

Shown here is two coats of Somewhere Over the Rainbow with one coat of glossy top coat.

Up close of Somewhere Over the Rainbow. This is definitely a need to have.

Next, we have Patty. Patty is a glitter bomb top coat, so full of shades of green and gold glitters in all different sizes. It's definitely the perfect glitter topper for St. Patrick's Day, all of the glitters match the holiday so well! It does add a bit of texture due to all of the glitter, so make sure to keep your top coat handy!

Shown is two coats of Patty dabbed on over Kelpie, with one coat of glossy top coat.

Up close of Patty. I love the way these glitters play with each other.

Finally there is Rolled in Gold. Rolled in Gold is basically like pouring gold holographic glitter everywhere. It's actually suspended in clear base, but it definitely doesn't look like it! Because it is glitter in suspension, you can use it with a lighter hand to cover another polish. It is still thick enough that it can be full coverage, as seen below.

Three thin coats of Rolled in Gold with one coat of glossy top coat.

Up close of Rolled in Gold

I'm absolutely in love with this trio. These polishes will release on February 22nd at 7pm EST and will be $25 together or $9 individually!, so make sure to set a reminder to grab these up quick on Faeries and Folklore. If you haven't already, you should join the Facebook Group to stay up to date with what is coming up next! 

As always, let me know what you thought of this trio in the comments!

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