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Monday, December 16, 2013

Contrary Polish Swatches

~Contrary Polish Swatches~
For the past few months, I have been slowly becoming infatuated with Contrary Polish.  I have done several swaps and have accumulated quite the collection of the older ones!  Tonight, I want to show you a few.  All applied with the amazing buttery application I have come to love in my favorite brands.  I used two coats for all.

Santorini is a gorgeous electric blue with blue shimmer. I had my eye on this one for a long time before I finally found someone willing to swap with me for it!  Every single Contrary Polish I have tried has a buttery smooth consistency.  This brand raises the standards when it comes to indie polish. 
In this macro shot, you can see the amazingly subtle shimmer. 
Play Me is a lavender polish with subtle green shimmer. I could not do this polish justice, but wanted to post a picture for you anyways.  
Feels Like Home is a taupe-purple.  It has copper glitters in it as well.

Better Together is a darkened teal that leans green.  It has a green and gold shimmer in it. 
I LOVE this one. A LOT.
In the macro shot, you can really see the shimmer!
Creeping Moss is a brown cream with shimmer. 

The Way I Am is a light green with pink shimmer. It applied really well, but did not work well with my skin tone.  
I still love greens with pink in them though!
Inky Fingers is my one of my favorites of the bunch!  It is a deep plum with a green shimmer running through it which I was not able to capture.  It is a true stunner. 

Parting Thoughts:  Every single Contrary Polish I tried on had buttery and consistent application.  I don't know what took me so long to try them, but I am all in.  I just need to remember that not all colors look good on my skin tone. :)  My two favorites are Santorini and Inky Fingers.

Price:  $5 mini  $11 full size 


*These products were purchased by me. All opinions are my own*


Arathael said...

These are nice! I had to have 18th and Vine, I think it's called?

Arielle @ Klutzy Hands said...