Saturday, July 11, 2015

Pretty Serious: Collaboration Shades, Part 2

Today I have the second set of blogger collaboration colors from Pretty Serious to share with you all! Keep reading for more pictures and my review of these amazing colors!

Pretty Serious Kashmir

Kashmir is a deep eggplant-purple jelly chock-full of golden and copper micro-flakes, color-shifting purple to blue glass flecks, and red opal flakes. This was designed with Christine from Serenity Nails. The color is so rich and luxe, and I love the beautiful contrasting red and gold! The formula was impeccable, with a smooth, flawless application and full coverage in just two coats. Here I'm wearing three coats with top coat.

Pretty Serious Iktsuarpok

Iktsuarpok (try saying that three times fast!) is a stunning blue-toned medium-grey crelly with small silver glass flecks. Such a chic, elegant color-- I just loved wearing this! This was created with Hannah from Polly Polish. This polish also had a perfect application, with smooth, even coverage in 2-3 coats. Pictured here is three coats with top coat. (My apologies for the bit of tip wear, I'd been wearing this for a couple of days.)

Pretty Serious Herald of the Skeleton War

Herald of the Skeleton War is a blackened green jelly with iridescent blue flakes, golden, green, and purple micro-glitter, and various-sized purple and blue hex glitters and glitter shards. This polish was designed by Scrangie. It's such an interesting and unusual color combination that really works together! The formula was a little thicker and required careful application. But after 2-3 coats and a coat of Gelous to smooth things out, I really love how it turned out!

I love the idea of working with bloggers with a real passion for nail polish to create stunning, one-of-a-kind colors, and Pretty Serious has done a truly excellent job with these collaborative polishes. Which color are you dying to try? What type of polish would you like to see made?

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