July 8, 2013

Beautifully Disney Unlock The Spell Collection Mini Set Swatches

Hi guys, hope you all had a good weekend! Today I have swatches of the mini set from the newest Beautifully Disney Collection called Unlock The Spell. This is the second collection that Beautifully Disney has put out and it focuses on Tiana from Princess and the Frog, Belle from Beauty and the Beast and Rapunzel from Tangled. In addition to nail polish I believe they also released a lipgloss for each princess, an eyeshadow palette and a set of brushes. I didn't end up picking up anything else but they all looked pretty!
Check out the swatches & reviews of each polish after the jump!



All photos in this post are in natural sunlight. Because I bought the mini set and those bottles are impossible to hold in a flattering way I'm holding a random top coat bottle. If you want to see what the mini set packaging and bottles look like there will be a link at the end of the post.

Beautiful Bayou is a dusty green creme. This is the Tiana polish, I haven't seen Princess and the Frog but I know it takes place in New Orleans so I think this color fits pretty well with that. The formula was good, it was a little sheer on the first coat but completely opaque with the second coat.

 


Get Tangled Up is a milky beige creme. This is for Rapunzel from Tangled. This polish is actually exclusive to the mini set, the other 3 you can get in full sized but unfortunately not this one. I really like this shade, it works well with my skin tone and it's flattering on. The formula was good but a little sheer, I didn't have problems with it being streaky. I used 3 coats for full opacity.




Let Your Hair Down is a fuchsia creme. This is also a shade based on Rapunzel from Tangled. This had the best formula of the set, it was a really nice consistency and applied easily. I used 2 coats for the photos below.



Provincial Mademoiselle is a yellow creme. This is inspired by Belle from Beauty and the Beast, I really couldn't imagine them doing anything other than yellow for Belle! Behind Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast is my favorite Disney movie. When I was little I used to get up early on Saturdays and watch it, I've seriously seen the movie probably 100 times...if not more haha! The formula was alright, a little streaky but easy to work with. I used 3 coats for the photos below.



The Unlock The Spell Collection is available now, if you live in/around or are visiting So Cal you can find these at the Vault 28 store in Downtown Disney. At Walt Disney World you can find them at the Tren-D shop. You can also get these online at the Disney store website, here. If you want to read more about the collection and see photos of the other products check out the Disney Blog here

17 comments:

  1. Gillian from Plumeria19July 8, 2013 at 6:57 AM

    Nice swatches!! I'm liking let your hair down :) (Btw at the start of the post it says Belle from Cinderella, just letting you know! :))

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  2. Oh, they are all so pretty!!!

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  3. fixed it :D

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  4. Merideth FielitzJuly 8, 2013 at 7:46 AM

    It would be so cool if that milky color was glow in the dark, kind of like rapunzels hair :P

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  5. In addition to Tren-D they also have it at World of Disney shop. :)

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  6. I loved Get Tangled Up.. this color is so difficult to get right, and by right i mean that it is opaque! :)


    the little mermaid is my favorite disney princess.. my mom bought the VHS so i spend all my morning watching it, singing all the songs and crying when Ariel says good bye to his dad.. beauty and the beast was also my 2nd favorite. I remember being angry with the beast all the movie and in the end falling in love with him and forgiving him for being an a**hole!

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  7. Omg, these are so beautiful <3

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  8. What pretty colors! I seriously want to see your nail polish collection! lol

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  9. Great colors! I think they did a good job repping the characters with the shades they picked. I'll probably pass on this collections through. Lately I've really had to pull the reins in on my nailpolish addiction, because I'm simply running out of room. (But I still have no self control when it comes to Indie polish. Ironically, Indie makers seem to be ahead of the game, with so many unique glitter combos, thermal polishes, floams, spotted polish... it's a lot harder to resist!)

    Also, how do you manage to do 'quality control' with such an extensive collection? I try to check my polishes every 3 months, to see if any need thinner, or are dried out beyond repair; but it's hard to keep up with it all. Any tips?

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  10. I don't go through and do anything to mine, if I want to wear one and it's separated I give it a good shake about a half hour before I do my nails :)

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  11. A Girl and Her PolishJuly 8, 2013 at 4:56 PM

    These shades are fantastic! :)

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  12. I can only imagine that with a polish collection as extensive as yours, regular upkeep like that would be a full-time job, LOL!

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  13. Love the green... It's such a perfect "frog" green. The rest of the colors are gorgeous as well!

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  14. You can also find them in World of Disney, and various stores inside the parks (Gone Hollywood and Elias and Co. in DCA, and Fortuosity Shoppe and Pieces of Eight)!

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  15. All of these colors are fantastic! Might have to try and make a trip to my local Disney Store...

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  16. I can't even imagine! I personally have a little under 500, and I'm exhausted from trying to keep up with them - I couldn't imagine trying to do it with thousands! I still wonder where she stores them all - I mean, at this point, she must have had to build an extra house to keep them in! lol :)

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