365 Days of Color Candy Shoppe Collection Swatches and Reviews

by Lisa Heath

365 Days of Color Candy Shoppe Collection Swatches and Reviews

Happy Sunday!  Today I am showing off 3 lovely indie polishes from the amazing lady at 365 Days of Color!  I have all 5 polishes from her first release of polishes and was thrilled to have the opportunity to review 3 from her second release!  365 Days of Color’s second release is called Candy Shoppe Collection, and as I’m sure you can guess from the name, all of the polishes are named after sweets!  I did make a Walgreen’s run for polish remover while working on these swatches, and I will admit I picked up some candy bars because this collection revved up my sweet tooth.

Mint Chip:

Mint Chip is a pale mint green base with small matte black square glitter inside.  This one really got my mouth watering and it looks just like one of my favorite ice cream flavors!  3 coats were used for this photo, but I could have done 2 and been just fine.

Make Me Laugh-y Taffy:

Make Me Laugh-y Taffy was probably my favorite of the 3.  Sheer bubblegum pink jelly base with multi colored shredded glitter inside.  When I first saw the swatch of this done by 365 Days of Color, I knew that I absolutely HAD to have this color.  I used 3 coats for this mani.

Buttafinga:

This one is the reason I made a candy bar run.  Buttafinga is a mixture of coppery glitter and slightly larger square black glitter.  I layered this over black, so the black squares aren’t showing up much, but they are there.  This is 2 layers of Buttafinga over black.

There are 2 more polishes that are a part of the Candy Shoppe Collection and those 2 are Rock Candy and Sugar High.  I will be purchasing these next payday!  I already have her first release of polishes and they are just as pretty as these!  Definitely another indie polish maker to look out for!

Make sure you visit 365 Days of Color’s Blog as well as her Polish Store

Full sized polishes by 365 Days of Color are sold for $8.00 while her minis (which are shown in my photos) are $4.50.  She also has “Collection Sets” available to purchase which gives a bit of a discount!

***Products shown in this post were sent to me for review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are my own***

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