Peaches Polish! Mmmmm Peaches!

January 27, 2014


Today I have swatches of three NEW polishes by NEW Australian Indie brand, Peaches Polish.

Peaches Polish is the creation of Kirsty, aka @kcs_beauty_room on Instagram. All these lovely hand mixed polishes are 5 Free. That is they contain NO toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP), formaldehyde resin or camphor. Add to this, they are vegan friendly and cruelty free. What more could you want? Each batch is made to order, and mixed with love using solvent resistant glitter. Kirsty has spent a long time researching, testing and formulating these polishes, and as you’ll see, the results are fantastic.

So onto my swatches.

The first polish is called Sea Princess. This is a lovely, smooth crelly type polish that is a stunning, bright turquoise blue with small blue and green glitters. It reminds me of a summery mermaid. I layered two coats over a turquoise base for my swatches, however, this polish is opaque with no vnl in two coats. The base formula is smooth and applies easily on the nail. All Peaches polish are pretty fast drying for a five free range, so that was also an impressive trait. I had a little trouble getting a good amount of glitter out, but that’s just because I like a lot of glitter πŸ™‚ As it was the amount that came out complimented the polish, without being overbearing.

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The second polish I have today from Peaches Polish is called, Little Prince. This is a divine pale blue cream polish with a lovely amount of white-silver shimmer in it. The shimmer was so hard to capture on the camera, but in the macro it is very evident, and is like an illuminator for the polish in natural light. Inside you will find silver hexΒ glitter to compliment the polish. Personally, I find that glitter in a cream based polish does not ‘shine’ as you would hope. Instead the beauty of the glitter gets ‘lost’ in the base, and you are left with a slightly lumpy look on the nail just because you can’t see the glitters. I think this polish would be absolutely stunning with just the pale blue and silver shimmer. The simplicity of it would be beautiful and elegant. The glitters came out and applied lovely to the nail, to which I applied two coats. However, next time I use this polish, I would love to avoid the glitters and just have that perfect shimmery base for it’s grace.

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And, finally, the third polish I have today, and my favourite of the three is called Watermelon Seed. This is a stunning dark pink jelly polish, opaque in two coats, applies beautifully to the nails. Inside the jelly goodness are tiny green glitters and large black dots. I did have to dip around in the bottle to get the black dots out, but this is the nature of glitters like these, and the dipping is totally worth it in the end. It is certainly representative of a watermelon. It’s a totally lickable polish! But don’t lick it! I just adore jelly type polishes, they are definitely one of my favourites.

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So, that’s it for my swatches of Peaches Polish. Follow @kcs_beauty_room on Instagram to stay up to date with all things Peachy. And Peaches Polish is now on Facebook, so be sure to stop in and send her some love. These pretty polishes are available NOW on the Peaches Polish store, so swing by and take a look at these, and other stunning polishes.

Thanks for reading. Have a great day.

Christine xx

NOTE- These products were provided to me by the abovementioned company for my honest and unbiased opinion. For more information visit myΒ Copyright and Disclosure page. Thankyou.

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