​Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant (Stamping decal made with Born Pretty BP-L015) photo swatch 

Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant  (direct sunlight) photo swatch @iamcherrylemon

Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant (direct sunlight) photo swatch @iamcherrylemon

Morning! Today’s post is about this new indie brand Painted Polish, which recently joined Rainbow Connection UK. There’s a vast range of colours available, so I’ve picked 2 of the most attractive (to me!) into my shopping cart. 

This is Rosy and Radiant, a beautiful lilac holo with added sparkly holo glitter flakies. This has a very strong holo under direct sun, the glitter flakies really shows up in less than ideal lighting too. So you’ll have something to look at all the time 😉 I love this polish! 

Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant  (direct sunlight) photo swatch @iamcherrylemon

Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant (direct sunlight) photo swatch @iamcherrylemon

Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant  (direct sunlight) photo swatch @iamcherrylemon

Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant (direct sunlight) photo swatch @iamcherrylemon

I’ve made the decals with Moyra white stamping polish Born Pretty stamping plate BP-L015  then coloured in using Painted Polish “Freedom and Firecracker” and Picture polish x Rainbow connection collab polish “Alice”.

Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant  (direct sunlight) photo swatch @iamcherrylemon

Painted Polish in Rosy and Radiant  (direct sunlight) photo swatch @iamcherrylemon

The decals ended up looking like colourful tiles! 
Thank you for dropping by! 

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