I have 4 new polishes from Moonflower Polish to share today! These launched this morning, so you can grab them any time. Today we’re taking a look at the Moonflower Polish Iridescent Holos for Spring 2018!
That’s right, as you can see – I did some stamping! All 4 shades work beautifully as normal polish shades or for stamping. Keep in mind – I am still practicing my stamping skills so I’m no expert, but these were quite easy to work with! These were created to look shimmery and glowy over dark bases and more pastel like over light colors. You get completely different effects depending on how you want to stamp.
For all 4 shades I painted my pinky and index with the polish to show them on their own, but the middle is with a black creme (Vapid Pessimist) and my ring finger is with a white creme (Vapid Optimist). I used What’s Up Nail plates for all 4 stamping sets.
Let’s jump in and take a look!
Amapola is a slightly rusty, warm red jelly holographic base that has a red to pink to orange shift, with iridescent red microflakes. I used 2 coats on my pinky and index fingers.
Amapola means Hibiscus is Spanish
Crepúsculo is a medium blue jelly based holographic with a purple to blue to teal shift with iridescent blue microflakes. I used 2 coats for the pinky and index for these photos.
Crepúsculo means twilight in Spanish.
Mariposa is a purple jelly based holographic that shifts purple to silver to blue with iridescent purple microflakes. I used 2 coats on the pinky and index for these photos.
Mariposa means butterfly in Spanish.
Tortuga is a yellow leaning green holographic jelly base with a green to yellow to gold shift with iridescent green microflakes. I used 3 thin coats on the pinky and index finger for these photos.
Tortuga means turtle in Spanish.
Moonflower Polish Iridescent Holos for Spring 2018
This is a nice mix of shades for a smaller release and I love that they all have holo, microflecks that don’t overpower the polishes, and a nice shift to them. While the bases are jelly they had really good pigmentation and opacity so most were opaque for me in just 2 coats. Tortuga was the only exception to that.
I wouldn’t say I’m an “amateur” stamper anymore, but I’m definitely no pro at it. These were incredibly easy for my skill set though and I loved how they look over both light and dark bases, but I do have a preference over dark base because the shift kind of pops better that way.
If stamping isn’t your thing, that’s okay too – as you can see, these also look amazing as stand alone solid polish shades as well.
Price: $9.00 Each | $34.00 Full Collection
Where To Buy: Moonflower Polish Shop
So what are your thoughts? Will you be grabbing any or all of these shades? They released this morning, so they are available now!