Elevation Polish Naughty by Nature Collection Swatches and Review

by Lisa Heath

Elevation Polish is releasing the Naughty by Nature Collection on November 7th and I have the full 6 piece collection on the blog today to show you!

The big change to this collection – these are all water based polishes!  There are many advantages to water based polishes and I will go over a few of them at the bottom of the post!  Let’s take a look at this gorgeous collection first

Volcanic Dust

Volcanic Dust

Volcanic Dust is a glossy brick red creme.  I used 2 coats for this photo and the formula and application are absolutely PERFECT.  I already know I will be using this beauty a lot in the coming months, both on it’s own and as a base color for glitter top coats.

Volcanic Dust CU

Naked Night Sky

Naked Night Sky

Naked Night Sky is a light chocolate brown jelly base with dusty blue hex glitters, silver hex and square glitter, and mint circle glitter suspended within.  I used 3 coats for this photo.

Naked Night Sky CU

Forest of the Fog

Forest of the Fog full

Forest of the Fog is a dark blue jelly base with blue and violet micro shimmer and flakes.  I used 2 coats for this photo.

Forest of the Fog



Pitaraq is a lovely shimmer packed clear base with ice blue, silver and white shimmer and micro flakes mixed in.  I used 1 coat over Forest of the Fog.

Pitaraq CU

Darkest Storm

Darkest Night

Darkest Storm is the holographic beauty of the collection.  Darkest Storm is a deep blue linear holographic.  I used 2 coats for this photo.

Darkest Night CU

You get a decent holo effect in normal lighting as shown above.  Below is under artificial lighting to show the effect better.  Also – the label says Darkest Night, but it’s actually Darkest Storm :)

Darkest Night  AL

Black Ice

Black Ice

Black Ice is one of my favorites from the collection and the only matte within the collection.  Black Ice is a matte black base packed with silver shimmer and a dash of blue and violet shimmer as well.  The silver shimmer is definitely the star of the shimmer, but I adore the flashes of blue and violet when the lighting hits just right!

Black Ice CU

I love the different shades within this collection, they are different enough from each other to justify needing all of them!

Now to go back to these being water based (which I wasn’t told until after I tried them by the way!) there are benefits to using water based.  Basically when a polish is water based the chemical solvents are replaced by water, so when it evaporates into the air – there are no toxic fumes being inhaled.   You can still use normal nail polish remover with it – both acetone and non acetone but there are also other methods to use.  Water based polishes are also less likely to stain your nails (which I know many of you will love!).  Elevation Polish may not make all future polishes water based, but I am happy to see she did so with this collection.  I couldn’t tell the difference application wise and wouldn’t have known they were water based until she told me, so rest assured – the quality of these polishes were not compromised in comparison to her past creations by going water based.

Price: 8.50 Each

Where to Buy:  Elevation Polish Site and Llarowe

Release Date:  November 7th, 2013

Make sure you follow the Elevation Polish Blog for updates and news.  You can also follow the Llarowe Facebook page for stocking information and more swatches of this collection as well as other gorgeous Elevation Polish shades she carries.

Hope you loved these!  Did you have a favorite?  I’d love to hear it!


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Toria Mason November 2, 2013 - 1:14 pm

Volcanic Dust is gorgeous!!

That’s really interesting info about the water based. Sounds like a really good idea! Does it help the smell? Or just the safety?

Lisa Heath November 2, 2013 - 4:19 pm

LOL you’ve got me going back and forth sniffing her older polishes with these. The smell is actually a little different. The water based ones don’t have as strong of a smell, but even her older ones weren’t that strong.

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