A Princess Bride…

Today I have for you a polish I have been after for months! Dollish Polish’s Drop Your Sword!

I have tried and tried to purchase this baby but could never seem to catch it when the store was open, or it wasn’t offered in Dolly’s shop. My good friend and sometime-guest-blogger Mai had purchased this as one of her very early indies and was kind enough to share. Now that is a true friend… 😉

For some reason, I don’t seem to remember Drop Your Sword as being a pale blue, but that’s exactly what it is: a light baby blue with a gorgeous faint blue shimmer, with the occasional gold micro and hex glitter tossed in. It really is a pretty polish; more so in the bottle, unfortunately.
I wore two coats of Drop Your Sword over A England’s The Knight basecoat, followed by a coat of China Glaze’s Fast Forward Top Coat. The application was a little tricky… the polish was very quick to drag if I dared go over an area twice. So I tried to apply a thin coat and let it dry before the second coat, but I do wish it had been a little easier to use.

See the gorgeous blue flash?

And here is a macro shot. Please excuse the slightly drier hands and cuticles that day…yikes.

This polish isn’t glitter-heavy, which I kind of appreciated.

One last pic… I wish there had been sun that day! 😦

Dollish Polish can be purchased from Llarowe, Overall Beauty and her online shop (psst! She’s opening tomorrow afternoon with some select polishes!)

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4 comments
    • Thanks Jennifer, she really did create a masterpiece…

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