Try It On Tuesday: Enchanted Polish Across The Universe

I had great intentions of posting this earlier.  For whatever reason, I’ve been dragging my feet today.  Which is silly really, because I have a BEAUTIFUL polish to show off!

I was stumped over what polish to feature today for Try It On Tuesday- even though probably 75% of my polishes are untried- and had originally settled on O.P.I.’s Metallic 4 Life.  Then this morning (before I had painted my nails), Llarowe announced on Facebook that today’s Brand of the Day would be Enchanted Polish- and I just happen to have 1 lone Enchanted Polish that is untried!

I was planning on saving this for an Indie Wednesday, but I decided to bump it forward a day instead!

I was lucky enough to snag Across the Universe during Llarowe’s generous Birthday Sale.  I think this is the *only* polish I have ever opened and gasped out loud when I first saw it- when there was no one else around.   Stunning is an understatement!

Across the Universe is a multichrome holographic nail polish.  As you can see above, in the bottle it shifts from green-gold to blue to purple, though on the nails it’s really more of a purple to blue shift.  The scattered holo effect is very vibrant and stunning.  This polish went on easily and smoothly, and didn’t require much clean up.

Another bottle shot- truly, I can’t stop staring at this bottle.  So stunning!

For all of the pictures I was wearing 3 coats of Across the Universe with a coat of Poshe quick dry topcoat.  Coverage was fine at 2, but I really wanted it brighter.  I did notice that the multi-chrome effect was much stronger on just 1 coat, though it was too thin on it’s own.  It’s possible that with 1 coat over another base color it can show off a bit more!  I’ll have to experiment soon 🙂

So beautiful!

I took all of these outside in the sunlight to maximize the holo goodness.

I did notice on some earlier photos the way the sun hit my nails, it looks as if I have a giant spot of unpainted area on my pointer finger.  As you can see in the picture above, that’s not the case- it’s just a very weird instance of lighting.

And finally, here’s a closeup of a nail to show off that holo sparkle!

You can find Enchanted Polish and Across the Universe at Llarowe’s , and also on Etsy and Harlow & Co.  Go check them out!

Here’s a list of everyone participating in Try It On Tuesday- go check out their posts as well!

Beauty Gnome
DIY Polish
365 Days of Color
College Polished
Munchy’s Nails
Manicurator
Beyond Beauty Lounge 
Peace Love Lacquer 
Tall Girl In Heels With Pretty Painted Nails
Princess Polish
Jilltastic Nail Design
Shenailigans
Kyoti’s Nails
Polished by Maddie
Samples By Entaeyen
Shelly’s Sassy Nails
Nail Polish Anon
Mixed Mama
Pinked Polish
Nails By Ms. Lizard
Polished Paradise
Enchanted Nails and Fluffy Dog Tails
Two Lacquered Girls
Enchanting Cosmetics 
Frugal Polish
Love & Lacquer 
Spicey’z Nails
Sparkle and Shine Nails
Sincerely Obsessed with Polish
Polish and Such
Something Polish Like
Fancy Schmancy Nails

And for those that have made it all the way to the end:  Enjoy!

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3 responses

  1. I’m adding this to my wishlist – it is so dang pretty and sparkly and wonderful.:)

    June 27, 2012 at 10:11 am

  2. Her polishes are SO pretty. The only reason I have just 1 is the price… I wish I could get more, but for $15… in my head, that’s 2 other indies. It’s worth it, but I can’t justify it too often.

    I just saw a post on Ballerina Sprinkles here: http://www.holographic-hussy.com/2012/06/enchanted-polish-big-giveaway.html – that is seriously one I’ll buy immediately. It’s not sold on Llarowe or Harlow & Co. so I don’t know if it’s a new shade or an old one… but I need it!

    June 27, 2012 at 6:59 pm

  3. So sparkly. I love it on you!

    July 2, 2012 at 9:30 pm

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