Good morning and Happy Sunday! Today I have the 4 piece Fair Maiden Polish Holiday Collection to show you, which is named Baby, It’s Cold Outside! This is the second collection that Fair Maiden Polish has done, and another gorgeous one. If you missed my review of their debut collection, Be Your Own Heroine, make sure to take a look at it!
This is a simple, yet stunning collection that Fair Maiden Polish has done for the holidays and the colors aren’t “traditional” for a holiday collection, but I kind of like that!
Sleigh Bells In The Snow
Sleigh Bells In The Snow is my favorite of this collection. It’s absolutely incredible! This is a silvery white scattered holo with subtle ice blue shimmer flecks. I used 2 coats for these photos.
The Stars Are Brightly Shining
The Stars Are Shining Brightly is a glittery gold base packed with micro shimmer and small copper hex glitters mixed in. I used 2 coats for these photos.
Merry Plum Berry And Bright
Merry Plum Berry and Bright is a vibrant medium plum holographic with a flash of gold in it. This is a beautiful holo and of course will be worn a lot by me since it’s a shade of purple! I used 2 coats for these photos.
‘Twas The Night Before Christmas
This color was insanely hard for me to capture! This is a deep violet blue jelly with a deep violet subtle shimmer in it. This will be a fabulous base for glitter manis. It’s gorgeous and the amount of blue or violet that shows through is dependent on the lighting it’s in. At night I see a lot more blue come through, but during the day, it was more purple. I used 3 coats for these photos.
As I said in my review of the debut collection, Fair Maiden Polish is a shop to watch. I had no application issues with any of the 4 and it’s a beautifully done collection.
Price: $9.00 Each or buy the full 4 piece collection for $32.00
Where To Buy: Fair Maiden Polish Website
Promo Code: Use code CS20 for 20% off your order between now and November 30th!
So what did you think of Fair Maiden Polish’s holiday offerings? Any must haves for you? I’d love to hear about it!