Saturday, 26 May 2018

Chirality Polish - Wandering Wizard - June Polish Pickup

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Hello friends! Today I have a gorgeous shifty number from Chirality Polish to share with you. Before I get to the photos, I need to give y'all a little bit of a back story.

If you're part of the indie nail polish community, then I'm sure you're aware of and familiar with the one-stop-shop event, the Polish Pickup. If you're new to the community or just happened to stumble upon my blog, you're probably a little confused. The Polish Pickup is a monthly polish sales event in which several (50+) indie brands come together to create a nail polish or bath & body product around a chosen theme. The cool part is that we, as the customer base, get to help decide the theme. Each month a poll goes up on the website for voting - and the theme that gets the most votes wins. The shop is open the first Friday through Monday of the month, and shipping within the US is a flat $3.00 no matter how many orders you place (they refund overages), or how many items you purchase. It's a great way to introduce yourself to new brands and products without breaking the bank on shipping. I've definitely become a PPU addict and have spent more than I planned the last few months. Okay, now that you know what the Polish Pickup is... I can show you the pretty polish!

The chosen theme for June is Video Games, and Chirality Polish has created Wandering Wizard, inspired by the old school Nintendo game Solstice that was initially released in 1990! I'm willing to bet that some of you weren't even born yet when this game came out! Anyway, without further ado, here she is...

Chirality Polish - Wandering Wizard
A holographic multichrome that shifts from denim blue to cobalt, to violet, plum, green, and gold depending on the angle and lighting; two coats plus glossy topcoat.

*polishes received complimentary in exchange for my photos and review*

The deets:
Chirality Polish Wandering Wizard
Available June 1st-4th at 
$11.00 - no cap (unllimited quantity. Some makers need to put a limit on the number of available units due to ingredient availability/getting things made and shipped within the short turnaround time.)

Final thoughts:
This one was hard to capture in my light box and looked even more amazing in natural, outdoor lighting. Hopefully I'll have more photos to add in if I get a chance to reswatch this one before the shop opens. It has a really nice, smooth formula. 

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