Hi guys! What is this? Two posts in two days? Madness I tell you! Hopefully I am back in the swing of things for good now, and I will keep up with posting on a more regular basis. Today I have 4 polishes from the newest Pahlish collection, “Wood Between the Worlds”. The whole collection is gorgeous, I am definitely gonna need to complete the collection!
Up first we have Shallow Lands. According to Pahlish, this is a ‘soft greige-taupe crème with lavender, taupe, and gold flake shimmers’. I have a weakness for all things taupe/greige/etc. I just love them! The shimmery flakie business in this one is a nice touch, I like what it adds to the polish(I just wish I’d been able to capture the shimmer better in my photo!). For the photo below I used 2 coats + seche vite.
Next up is Sunless Sea. This one is a ‘springy mint green crème with gold microflakes’. Another stunner! The base color is the perfect bright-yet-pastel green, and I am always a fan of a good shimmer/microflake business. Photo below is 2 coats + seche vite.
Stars at Rest is a ‘soft blue creme with flakes of turquoise blue shimmer, scattered turquoise blue metallic glitter, and matte watermelon hex’. I love this one so so much! The pink glitter bits are a nice touch, this one feels like the perfect summer/beachy polish. Photo below is 2 coats + seche vite.
And last but certainly not least, my favorite of this haul, Charn. This one is a ‘bright lavender crème with soft lavender-gold flake shimmer and matte lagoon blue glitter’. Everything about this polish is perfect. The color, the formula, everything! I think I kept this one on for about 2-3 days after I swatched it, and that is a long ass time for me to wear one color of polish without there being any nail art, hahaha. Photo below is 2 thick coats + seche vite.
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