First up is 365 Days of Color Mint Chip. This is a milky mint green base with small black glitters. It is simple, yet so perfect for that name! This is two coats with a top coat of NYC. Application was easy and the formula was great. There was a strong smell, but it was worth it for the awesome look of this polish!
Next up we have 365 Days of Color Sugar High, a purple and teal microglitter in a clear base! This polish is very versatile, as it can be used for layering or builds up quite well. First, let's see how it builds up to opacity. From pinky to pointer, I used one, two, three and four coats with top coats of NYC. While there would be a bit of visible nail line at four coats, it is opaque enough that I think it could definitely be worn on its own. So pretty!
|pointer to pinky: four coats, three, two one.|
And finally, I layered one thick coat of Sugar High over two coats of Color Club Mrs. Robinson. This was so pretty and shiny. The glitters can look silver in certain lights and then you see the purple and blue in others. Loved wearing it.
The Candy Shoppe Collection will be available for the first time on May 16 when the Big Cartel store opens (see below for more info). These are just two of the polishes available in the collection...wait until you see the rest! There are some really fun, unique shades.
365 Days of Color polishes are made by the wonderful Sunny from the blog 365 Days of Color! The polishes will be available for sale on her Big Cartel site on May 16! Check out her Facebook and blog for updates =)
The polishes in this post were sent to me for honest review. For more information, see my Disclosure page.