Moving right along… I’m really trying to keep on top of everything. Next up tonight I have the Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish The Indie Shop Limited Edition Trio!
I own several Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish shades, and these 3 are among my favorites. One in particular stood out to me, and it was even better when I put it on.
This trio is debuting at The Indie Shop if you are there this weekend, so don’t miss out!
Let’s take a look.
Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish | Corpse Blood
Corpse Blood is a teal crelly base packed with red to green to gold iridescent chameleon glitters, green to teal aurora shimmer, and red to green shifting shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish | Flowers For The Dead
Flowers For The Dead is a rich, deep purple jelly base packed with red to green to gold iridescent chameleon glitters, as well as purple to copper aurora shifting shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
This is my top pick of the trio.
Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish | Graveyard Dirt
Graveyard Dirt is a black jelly base loaded with red to green to gold iridescent chameleon glitters and red to green aurora shifting shimmer. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Poetry Cowgirl Nail Polish | The Indie Shop Limited Edition Trio
I had zero issues with these shades and I love how they looked on me. Flowers for the Dead is my favorite, but Graveyard Dirt is a very close second. I love iridescent glitters and flakes against deep bases.
Poetry will also have a VIP Bag exclusive effect topper called VIP Magic Dust, a Trick or Treat polish in minis for the trick or treat badge holders, and an event “secret” polish (shoppers must ask to purchase the secret polish).
If there are any secret polishes left over, they will be available after the event to Poetry Cowgirls Corral Facebook group members only.
Where To Buy: The Indie Shop San Antonio
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Hope everyone has a wonderful time at TiS tomorrow while I sit here and stew in my jealousy that I can’t be there… again.