26 April 2013

Wing Dust Collections: Cotton Candy Kisses and Like Yoda...But Less Green!

Hi everyone! I hope you are up for more Wing Dust Collections picture spam! :) I've got two new (to me) polishes, and as a bonus I've re-swatched Bonfire Under the Stars to show you another way you can wear it.

Wing Dust Collections Like Yoda...But Less Green! and Cotton Candy Kisses

There's a lot of photos to show, so let's take a look!

Cotton Candy Kisses is a very pale lavender shimmer with a subtle holo shimmer and holo glitter. It also has blue flecks that are visible when worn on its own, but not visible when layered over a darker colour. It's a versatile polish - you can wear it on it's own (it would probably take 2-3 coats), or you can layer it over another polish. For these swatches I've used one coat over OPI Vant To Bite My Neck? but I also tried it over a nude polish and really enjoyed that. No issues with the formula.

Wing Dust Collections Cotton Candy Kisses

Wing Dust Collections Cotton Candy Kisses

Wing Dust Collections Cotton Candy Kisses (direct light)

Like Yoda...But Less Green! is so *amazing* and I'm glad I added this to my order. At first I was worried it would be too much like Prize-Winning Petunia (reviewed here), but it's not. You can completely justify getting both! ;)

Wing Dust Collections Like Yoda...But Less Green!

Wing Dust Collections Like Yoda...But Less Green!

Like Yoda... is a purple jelly with a linear holo. There's also small holo and lavender glitter. It's a bit cooler in tone than Prize-Winning Petunia, and the vibrant linear holo also makes this a stand out. I used three coats and found it applied easily. I did need to add a few drops of thinner, but otherwise no issues to report.

Wing Dust Collections Like Yoda...But Less Green! (direct light)

Wing Dust Collections Like Yoda...But Less Green! (direct light)

Wing Dust Collections Like Yoda...But Less Green! (sunlight)

After I showed you Bonfire Under the Stars (reviewed here), Stephanie, the maker, suggested I try it over black. I did, and it's absolutely stunning, so of course I had to share that with you! It reminds me of galaxy nails. What do you prefer: Bonfire Under the Stars on it's own or over black?

Wing Dust Collections Bonfire Under the Stars

Wing Dust Collections Bonfire Under the Stars

Wing Dust Collections Bonfire Under the Stars (direct light)

Wing Dust Collections is available through their Etsy shop. Right now all but Cotton Candy Kisses are out of stock. You can also get these through Llarowe, and a bunch of Wing Dust Collections polishes were just restocked today including Bonfire Under the Stars and Like Yoda...But Less Green! (and Prize-Winning Petunia, Day Dreamer, Blue Steel, I Am Yours & You Are Mine...). You can also follow Wing Dust Collections on Facebook and Instagram (@wingdust).

*Product(s) provided at a discount for review / product(s) provided for review, all opinions are my own. See my disclosure policy for more details.*

10 comments:

  1. Once again, these are all beautiful! :-)

    Bonfire Under The Stars is stunning on black, and it totally looks like a galaxy mani!

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    1. Thanks so much Chantal. Yes, I agree, I like Bonfire over black, it's for sure my favourite way to wear it. It might also be nice layered over other darker colours.

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  2. Love Bonfire Under The Stars layered over black. I think this needs to go on my wishlist!

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    1. Haha, the ever growing wishlist! ;)

      Stephanie just announced that she's going on a hiatus due to moving (you can see that here: http://wingdustcollections.blogspot.ca/2013/04/im-constantly-covered-in-glitter.html). So the best bet for this will probably be Llarowe.

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  3. Like Yoda.. But Less Green is soo pretty!

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    1. Good choice! I agree 100%, it's so amazing in person.

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