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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Oopsie Daisies-Cultist Chic!

Wanna see something pretty?  It might blow your mind!  With all the new indie's coming out, it might be hard to decipher which ones to buy and which ones to stay away from...Oopsie Daisies new indie shop is one you want to buy!  This is my first (NOT my last) Oopsie Daisies nail polish and it is called Cultist Chic.  
It is a purple jelly polish with electric blue glitters in it along with lavender micro glitters, and late hex purple glitters.  I used three coats, but only because I wanted it to be as dark as the bottle shot. You can get away with two coats, but it will be a shade lighter than the bottle.
The glitters came out pretty well. They aren't a breeze like some rare indie brands, but they came out well enough for me. I say it like that because I have had a few indie brands where the glitter comes out and layers itself without me even thinking about it.  This one isn't quite evenly dispersed, but is still amazing!
I love this polish and this dark plum is gorgeous!  I can not wait to try more of hers.  I have looked in her shop and there are at least 3 more I want to buy!
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*This polish was sent for an honest review*


JennaFroggy said...

Oh, this is absolutely amazing! I love the colors, they work so well together!

Jen said...

What a pretty color!!

Marnie said...

Such a gorgeous purple!!

Jacqui said...

WOW! This might be one of my favorite indie polishes I've seen in a while. So gorgeous!!

bmwmchick said...

OOO I do love this!!! They have a few colors I've had my eye on, I'll have to re-visit her Etsy shop!

Just Me said...

I LOOOOOVE the color! I just got mine in today & I was really eager to test drive it :) I found that it was a little tricky to apply & i had to be really careful. I feel like maybe the wider brush that comes with the sally hansen glitter polishes & some of the OPI's & the application would be a million times easier. I tried a third coat to even it out & I didn't like the color as much as with two so I removed it & I'm going to try again.