Above The Curve Watermelon & Blue Raspberry Swatches & Review

by Lisa Heath

Above The Curve Watermelon & Blue Raspberry Swatches & Review

Press Sample

Above the Curve has sent a a few goodies to review and I’m going to be showing them to you in batches!

Today I will be showing the 2 with fruity names!  Watermelon and Blue Raspberry!  These are both from the Jolly Rancher inspired collection and are squishy jellies with linear holo!

Check them out!



Watermelon is a gorgeous red jelly base with a linear holo.  I only needed 3 coats to reach this level of opacity!



Sorry for the lighting change.. I didn’t realize it did that until after I had removed the polish.



So pretty!

Blue Raspberry:


Blue Raspberry is my favorite of the two!  Blue Raspberry is a blue jelly base with a linear holo effect.  The holo shows up much more in this one versus Watermelon!  I used 3 coats for this and a top coat.  Top coat doesn’t effect the holo in either polish!





Again, both of these are a part of the Jolly Rancher inspired collection which is a 4 piece collection.  Application was smooth and easy with no issues.  Top coat is safe to use with them as well and will not dull the holo effect!

Above the Curve donates $1.00 from each bottle sold  to Shriners Hospitals for Children.  So not only will you be receiving a beautiful polish, you will also be making a contribution to Shriners Hospital for Children.  Beautiful polishes for a wonderful cause!  They are SO CLOSE to getting to their $1,000 donation goal!

You can find Above The Curve on Etsy as well as on Big Cartel

Full Size Polish retails for $9.00

Mini Polish retails for $4.50

 Make sure you check out Above The Curve on Facebook as well!  Both Angel and Shawn are very active on their page and welcome any questions or comments you may have!  They also do some amazing giveaways!

***Products in this post were provided for review.  All opinions are my own***

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Emily Lacquerologist June 15, 2013 - 6:31 pm

Love the fruity names. Whenever a polish has a fruit-related name, I always swear I can smell that fruit when I use the polish…even if the polish is scented…I’ve lost my mind! Too many fumes! =) haha. Beautiful swatches, Lisa!

Lisa June 15, 2013 - 6:34 pm

HAHAHA! I don’t think anyone has ever said that! Too funny Emily! Thank you!

Sarah Samarium June 15, 2013 - 6:34 pm

Ooh pretty! You should do Watermelon nail art with Watermelon :D

Lisa June 15, 2013 - 6:36 pm

I really should! Although with my “art skills” no one would realize what I was trying to make

Jess Scull June 16, 2013 - 12:55 pm

Such a cool idea for a collection – Love these!

Lisa June 16, 2013 - 3:33 pm

It really is! They did a great job!

Jen Sky Walker June 17, 2013 - 4:01 am

Gorgeous! I’m loving them both! <3

my pham June 19, 2013 - 8:09 pm

Both of them are very wonderful! My skin is dark, Could I try them?

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