After 3 years of blogging there are still a ton of aspects of it I still enjoy. Is it a lot of work? Yes, it is. Is it still worth it? Most definitely. It’s also a huge balancing act between work, raising a child and taking care of other real life things.
One thing I still really enjoy as a blogger is reviewing for newer indie makers. When I started blogging I didn’t know much about indies or their makers, but as time has gone on, I have grown closer to some and have seen the brands change and evolve and improve. While I love the indies I’ve been working with for years, seeing new indies with amazing talent emerge is still something I love.
Today I have a newer indie, Frenzy Polish, on the blog tonight. The maker for Frenzy Polish reached out to me on Instagram to see if I would review for her, and I accepted. I’m so glad I did because the collection I am about to show you is really amazing. I’m honestly kind of shocked I haven’t seen the Frenzy Polish brand around more because these polishes were so incredibly nice.
This is a huge Spring collection, and I’ve already been rambling, so lets get into the swatches. There are a lot of photos, so if you are on mobile, I apologize for the possible longer loading times.
Raindrops On Poppies
Raindrops on Poppies is a medium red almost metallic like base packed with gold and silver micro flakes and glitters. I used 2 coats for these photos.
Catching Fire Flies
Catching Fire Flies is a medium grass green jelly base packed with gold, blue, orange, red and aqua glitters in various hex sizes. I used 2 coats for these photos.
Fields Of Holo
Fields of Holo is one of my favorites from this set. This is a silver holographic shimmer base with green holographic glitters scattered in. I used 2 coats for these photos
Iris Fields is basically a glitter bomb. This is a mix of royal blue, yellow, red, orange and pink glitters (some holo and some matte) in a sheer magenta jelly base. I used 3 thin coats for these photos and was rather surprised the glitters spread so nicely considering how much glitter was packed within it.
Sunshine Makes Me Sneezy
Sunshine Makes Me Sneezy is a golden yellow, tightly scattered holographic polish. This isn’t a metallic gold, but it’s definitely on the border of yellow to gold. I used 2 coats for these photos.
Raining Cats And… Just Cats
Raining Cats And… Just Cats is a medium sky blue crelly base packed with matte white hexes, royal and aqua blue hexes and silver square glitters. I used 3 thin coats for these photos. 2 would have worked fine, but I wanted more depth with the glitters.
Starry Skies is a deep denim blue tightly scattered holographic polish. This was done so incredibly well I was amazed. I used 2 coats for these photos.
This one dried faster than others and dried down to a satin like finish, so I added top coat for a glossier finish,
Twitterpatted is a medium green jelly base packed with gold shimmer, white pearl, red, blue and silver hexes in various sizes. I used 2 coats for these photos.
You know me and my love for purples… so this was an instant hit. Purple Calla is a deep blue based purple with a tightly scattered holographic. I used 2 coats for these photos.
In Like A Lion…
In Like A Lion… is a slightly subtle duochrome that I wasn’t expecting. This shifts from a reddish brown to a red based purple and has a metallic finish witch some silver holographic micro flakes mixed in. Due to the metallic finish, there are very minimal brush strokes visible. I used 2 coats for these photos.
You can see a bit of the color shift below.
…Out Like A Lamb
…Out Like A Lamb is a nude pink base with pink shimmer and chrome multicolored shifting flakes. I used 2 coats for these photos.
The Earth Awakens
The Earth Awakens blew me away. I am not a brown toned polish lover, but this one was WOW. This is a pale brown shade with tightly scattered holographic. It dried on the faster side and had a satin like finish, so I added a glossy top coat to finish the mani. Shown is 2 coats.
Butterfly Right By You
Butterfly Right By You is a red toned violet metallic like base packed with silver shimmer and microflakes. I used 2 coats for these photos.
Pollen & Peonies
Pollen & Peonies is another favorite. This is a medium pink shimmery base with a tightly scattered holo and red, blue and silver micro glitters lightly scattered in. I used 2 coats for these photos.
Barefoot In The Grass
Barefoot In The Grass is a medium green base packed with gold shimmer and some light green and silver holo microflakes scattered in. I used 2 coats for these photos.
It’s Spring! is one of the glitter top coats in the collection. This is an interesting mix of large silvery pink holo dots, pink hexes, white matte squares, silver holo squares, medium pink holo dots, and an aqua and pink iridescent shimmer all in a clear base. I used 1 coat over Girly Bits Hoosier Daddy?
… Oh Wait…
…Oh Wait… is the final shade in the Spring 2015 collection from Frenzy Polish. This is a clear base with blue holo squares and dot glitters, white matte hex glitters and aqua and white shimmer throughout. I used 1 coat over OPI That’s Hula-rious!
Whew – that was a lot of typing.
One thing I will say is that I was impressed that out of 17 polishes, I had no application issues. I was able to blow through all 17 polishes in about 3 hours because they all applied nicely and weren’t camera shy. Another thing was that almost all of these are unique shades to my collection which doesn’t happen often. I’m coming up on over 9,000 (holy crap) polishes, so to find a group of them that can’t think of dupes within my collection for is pretty amazing.
Price: $8.50 – $9.00 Each
Where To Buy: Frenzy Polish Website
What did you think of these Frenzy Polish shades? Any that catch your eye? I encourage you to check her out, because these polishes were perfection.