Pahlish June Duo: Vincent and the Doctor!

Good morning y’all! Today I have a sneak peek of the upcoming Pahlish June Duo, “Vincent and the Doctor”.  It will be released this Friday, May 30th at 7PM CST.  According to Pahlish, this duo was inspired by the Doctor Who episode “Vincent and the Doctor”.  The goal was to create a duo based on a deconstructed Starry Starry Night! And did I mention the best part? It is all black light reactive! Enough of my yapping, onto the good stuff!


Up first is Fields of Provence. This polish is a saturated cornflower blue creme with rich gold and charcoal flakes. The first coat was a tad patchy, but that isn’t surprising for a neon blue polish. The second coat evened things out completely and all was good! For the photos below I used 2 coats + Seche Vite. 

June Duo - Shimmer - Daylight

June Duo - Creme - Black Light


The glitter topper in this collection is called Brighter than Sunflowers. It is a topcoat with scattered gold flakes, deep blueberry metallic, and matte periwinkle glitter accented by periwinkle mini stars and neon yellow hex/stars. Glitter payoff was good with this one, I only used one coat of it on top of Fields of Provence for the swatches below + Seche Vite. 

June Duo - Glitter - Daylight

June Duo - Glitter - Black Light

To purchase these polishes, please check out the Pahlish bigcartel site. You can also purchase Pahlish from various international e-tailers listed here. To keep up with the latest colors/news/restocks/etc, make sure to follow Pahlish on Facebook or check out the official blog. As I mentioned at the beginning, this duo will be released on Friday, May 30th at 7PM CST.


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