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Color: Light pink jelly with holo and matte pink squares and hexes.
Finish: Glitter Jelly – glitter in a colored jelly base.
Bottle / Brush: Skinny round bottle – long cap with standard size wand. Some of these brushes come bent. Average application with standard non-bent brush. Picks up glitter decently, but it isn’t the best.
Opacity: Medium – achieves opacity at three to four coats. Here, I've worn it with one very thick coat over OPI DS Opulence.
Glitter Application: Hard – difficult to dig the glitters out of the bottle, spreads well with the dab method, but pools at the cuticles and bubbles when dry.
Consistency: Thick – thick or it can be clumpy, but is easily remedied with some polish thinner.
Overall Ease of Application: Difficult – pools at the cuticles. Drags and clumps, streaks, or is bald in spots. Does not spread well without massive manipulation.Stampability: Not designed for stamping.
Dry Time: Long – dry to the touch with minimal smudging in over 8 minutes. It felt like this polish would never dry. It was insane!
I didn't even get to wear it for long because they started popping off left and right! Talk about frustrating. It's such a pretty polish, though, so I'm going to keep trying. Sadly, Dolly's Super Mario Brothers collection has been discontinued, but they do show up in swap groups and blog sales all the time. If you're interested, definitely keep an eye out there.
You can purchase Dollish Polishes at her shop, Llarowe, and Overall Beauty. Follow Dolly on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for news and updates on new collections.
Do you have any video game inspired polishes?