August 17, 2016

Painted Polish At Sea Volume II Swatches & Review


Hi guys! Today I have the At Sea Volume II Collection from Painted Polish to share with you! I've been waiting for what feels like forever to post these, a few of the shades have been sold out so I was waiting for a restock...and good news, its happening today! The first At Sea Collection has been a favorite of mine so I was pretty excited when Lexi said she was coming out with these. If you like blue polish like I do these are right up your alley, this set has several different finishes so there really is something for everyone! Check out the swatches after the jump!



Beach Bombshell is a light blue with a nice holo and holographic micro glitter and blue micro glitter. This is much more holo in real life, photos just don't do it justice. The formula was good, it was a nice consistency and easy to apply. It was a touch sheer on the first coat but I ended up only needed 2 coats for full opacity. Depending on how you apply you may need 3 coats.



Boating In Blue Jeans is a navy blue creme. Not only is this gorgeous on its own but its also great for stamping, which is the norm with Painted Polish cremes and something I really enjoy about them.  The formula was fantastic, it was a little thick in a way that makes application easy. The opacity was also great, this is an easy 1 coater!




Mermaid Melody is a white crelly with light blue, turquoise and gold glitter. I really love the blue glitter especially in this one, the way it kind of melts with the white (for lack of a better term) is really pretty. The formula was good, it was a little thick but easy to apply and the opacity was good. I used 2 coats plus top coat for the photos below.



Rainbow Reef is a white crelly with purple, green and blue micro glitter. I actually thought this one had multi chrome flakes instead of glitter at first, I like that Lexi was able to give that kind of effect with bitter. The formula was good, again a little thick but very easy to apply. The opacity was also good, I used 2 coats plus top coat for the photos below.



Saltwater Summer is a bright aqua micro glitter with added holo glitter for even more sparkle! The formula was good, it was a nice consistency and easy to apply with good glitter payoff. It is sheer but it builds easily, I used 3 coats plus top coat for the photos below.



Siren Seduction is a darker green toned blue micro glitter with a sprinkle of holo glitter. The formula was good, it was easy to apply and had nice glitter payoff. This is sheer but easily buildable, depending on your application its a 2-3 coater, I used 2 coats plus top coat.



Anchors Away is a turquoise blue holo with holo micro glitter.  This one is also a lot more holo in real life, especially out in the sun! The formula was good, it was a nice consistency and easy to apply. It was sheer on the first coat but opaque with the second coat. I used 2 coats for the photos below.



Tide Pool Teal is a dark blue toned teal creme. Just like the other creme, this stamps really nicely! The formula was great, it was thick in a good way and a breeze to apply. I used 1 coat for the photos below!



Waves & Wanderlust is a green toned turquoise micro glitter with holographic micro glitter. The formula was good, it was easy to apply and had nice glitter payoff. It does start out sheer but is easy to build. I used 2 coats on some nails and 3 coats on others. This dries down with some texture so you'll want to top coat it also!




The At Sea Volume II Collection is available now at PaintedPolish.com, each polish retails for $10-$11, you can also pick up the collection as a full set for $85! You can also find Painted Polish over at Rainbow Connection now!

P.S. who else loves the new Painted Polish logo? I love it! 

4 comments:

  1. I absolutely love Rainbow Reef! How hard was it to remove?

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  2. Sharon Parayos MerrittAugust 17, 2016 at 10:49 AM

    Gorgeous collection! Love those cremes and crellies! And can't even begin to choose favorites in the glitters - lol

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  3. Wasn't too bad at all, the crelly base helps a lot with the glitters not sticking too bad to the nail when you go to remove it!

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