Starrily Nail Polish Swatches & Review

by Lisa Heath
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Starrily Nail Polish Swatches & Review


Have you heard of Starrily yet?  About a month ago they approached me to hold a giveaway for a few of their stunning polishes.  It was a hit and the lucky winner LOVED her polishes (which were shipped promptly, and I have to say I was a little jealous of the shades she won!)

Now I have 5 of their shades to share with you today.  Four of them are available for purchase, while one they allowed me to create (and you can create your own as well!)

First I’ll share the 4 that can be purchased anytime on their site, then I’ll show you my creation!

Do You Believe In Magic

Do You Believe in Magic

Do You Believe In Magic is a purple jelly base with a mix of pink, blue iridescent, red and silver hex glitters mixed in.  I used 2 coats for these photos and the polish is beautiful.

Do You Believe in Magic side

Do You Believe in Magic CU



Bitchcraft is a beautiful mixture of small pink and holo gold glitters. Also has black, grey and holo gold skull glitters   I used 1 coat of Bitchcraft over KBShimmer Beach Please.

Bitchcraft side

Bitchcraft CU

Hole-y Moley

Holey Moley

Hole-y Moley is a mix of blue, fuchsia and pink glitter along with light blue donut glitters in a clear base.  I used 1 coat over KBShimmer Shore Thing.

Holey Moley side

Holey Moley CU

Goodnight Moon

Goodnight Moon

Goodnight Moon is GORGEOUS!  This is a glitterbomb of gold holographic stars, moons, hexes and circle glitters in a deep teal blue jelly base.  I used 2 coats for these photos.

Goodnight Moon side

Goodnight Moon CU

Lucky Stars

Lucky Stars

This is the glitter top coat I made!  Lucky Stars contains small neon pink glitters with purple, light pink and turquoise stars in a clear base.  I used 1 coat over Salon Perfect Tickled Pink.

This turned out exactly how I wanted and I love that she has a feature to make your own custom on her site!  Want to create your own?  Click HERE!  You get to select color and shapes of glitters as well as name it!

Lucky Stars side

Lucky Stars CU


This is my first experience with Starrily and it was definitely a positive one.  I had no application issues with any of the formulas and I love my custom!

Price: $10.00 Each (Customs price starts at $10 and goes up depending on how complex your custom is)

Where To Buy: Starrily Website

So what did you think?  Have you tried out Starrily yet?

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Kj August 2, 2015 - 5:04 pm

For “do you believe in magic” and “lucky stars” is there a color underneath ? Or is it Just that polish? I really want to try these!


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