Pahlish Midsummer Nights Dream collection review and swatches!

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Hi there everyone!  Boy do I have a big post for you all today!  Pahlish is releasing a gorgeous spring collection on March 11th called Midsummer Nights Dream.  I’ve been working on the pictures for these polishes for a few days and I am soo impressed with the formulas!  All of these polishes remind me of spring and make me yearn for flowers, walking on fresh cut grass, and the warm sun!  Make sure you have a drink in hand, because I may have went a bit over board with my pictures… I’m not kidding.  Be sure to stay tuned to the end to see some nail art I done with some of these gorgeous shades!

First up we have Winged Cupid, which is described as a pale blush scattered holographic with rose shimmer.  This shade was just a tad thick but manageable, I used two coats for the pictures below.
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Next we have Nodding Violet which is described as a greige scattered holographic with taupe shimmers.  I love shades like this!  This shade was a tad thick, but otherwise applied fine.  I used two coats for my photos.
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This next one is such a unique shade of tan!!! I love shades like this!  Proud Titania is described as a soft camel scattered holographic with red-violet shimmers.  This one was easy to apply, I used 2 coats.
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This next polish definitely screams spring time!  Wild Thyme is described as a pistachio green scattered holographic with green shimmer.  I had no issues with this one and it applied in two easy coats!
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This next shade is my favorite from the whole collection!  I’m such a sucker for gorgeous reds and maroons.  Lovers and Madmen is described as a marsala scattered holographic with soft rose shimmers. This shade applied awesome, and I only used two coats.
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And lastly, but certainly not least we have a gorgeous blue shade called “Sorrows Eye.” This shade is described as a periwinkle scattered holographic with a red-violet glow.  My gosh, this shade is so stunning you guys!  This one literally glows from within.  This polish applied easily with 2 coats.
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Pahlish_Sorrows_eyeIsn’t this collection stunning?  These polishes also worked well for nail art.  Check a couple of looks I done down below!
For this combo I used “Lovers and Madmen” and “Winged Cupid.”  For the stars I used What’s up Nail Vinyls star chains.
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For this next look I used “Wild Thyme” and “Sorrow’s Eye.”  For the stamping I used Uber Chic stamping plate set 07.

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I hope you all enjoyed this post!  Don’t forget to mark your calendars for March 11th at 7 PM CST if you want some of these polishes.  Be sure to follow Pahlish’s Facebook page and check out their store for more gorgeous polishes to chose from!  Thanks for reading today!

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