Tonic Nail Polish | October 2019 Release

by Lisa Heath
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Tonic Nail Polish | October 2019 Release

Press Sample of the Tonic Nail Polish
October 2019 Release

Happy Tuesday! I had hoped to have this post up a little sooner, but as I was going through photos and cropping, I honestly wasn’t happy with about half of them. They either looked really hazy, blurry or just… not what I would be happy releasing. I redid the ones I wasn’t happy with and now I feel better about it. A few of the shades released I have previously swatched and I will be linking you to those reviews to check them out. Today we’re going to take a look at the Tonic Nail Polish October 2019 Release!

I have 10 shades to show that I received right before the launch, and with the SD card mishap… things just fell behind a tad – but they are all still available, so I’m kinda still on time.

The Tonic Nail Polish October 2019 Release consists of (if linked, it means I already did it and the link takes you to the post to view): Soft Shimmers, Parade shades, Multichrome Mademoiselle, Apotheke, Edna, Edna Undies, Sailor Undies and Dragon Tears.

Apparently Apotheke is slightly different from the original release, so this is more Apotheke 2.0 which I do not have. They aren’t totally different from each other, the colors are the same, but the particle size is different. So keep that in mind if you pick it up.

Ready to take a look?

Tonic Nail Polish | Edna Undies

Edna Undies is an army green creme. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Sailor Undies

Sailor Undies is a deep navy blue creme. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Dragon Tears

Dragon Tears is a green to teal to blue to purple to red to peach to gold scattered holographic, with holographic micro glitters mixed in. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Multichrome Mademoiselle

Multichrome Mademoiselle is a cerulean blue duochrome that shifts to purple and has silver holographic micro flecks mixed in. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Dragon Parade

Dragon Parade is a vibrant emerald green to teal to sapphire blue multichrome with a foil like finish. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Kelpie Parade

Kelpie Parade is a chartreuse to green to teal to blue multichrome with a foil like finish. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Peacock Parade

Peacock Parade is a blue to teal to green to purple shifting multichrome. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Pegasus Parade

Pegasus Parade is a blue to violet to pink to orange to yellow multichrome. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Phoenix Parade

Phoenix Parade is a red to copper to gold shifting multichrome. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Tonic Nail Polish | Pixie Parade

Pixie Parade is a teal to blue to violet to fuchsia to yellow multichrome. In photos, and a little in person, this is very similar to Peacock Parade. Some of the color tones are slightly different, as well as the shifts. But it’s easy to confuse these at first glance.

Tonic Nail Polish | October 2019 Release

This is a very fun release, and the Parade shades have been released a few times already – so they are easier to get now since most do own it (and backups.) I personally love Pegasus Parade of all the parade shades, and Dragon Parade isn’t too far behind.

All of these and more are available now on the Tonic site, and I found out today that the November goodies shall arrive soon – so be ready for that.

Where To Buy: Tonic Nail Polish Shop

Tonic Nail Polish Social Media: Facebook | Facebook Fan Group | Instagram

Did you grab anything from this newer launch?

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1 comment

Marilynn October 18, 2019 - 7:32 am

I believe Peacock Parade is a green to purple super shifting multichrome. At least the bottle I just bought Has that formula. Do you know f the formula has changed since it was first introduced? Thanks❣️

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