Glitzology review

Today I have for you some polishes by a new Etsy seller, Glitzology. Stacy is the creative mind behind the brand, and is lovely. When she asked for bloggers who wanted to review her polishes, I jumped at the chance, and she asked which polishes I wanted to review. After looking at everything she had, I had a short list of about half the shop! I was finally able to narrow it down to 6, but couldn't go any further, and left the decision up to her. I was surprised when she sent them all! I expected at most maybe 3 of the 6. So, yes these polishes were provided to me for review, but the opinions will be honest! Lets get to it shall we?

First up is the one that ended up being my favorite, Baby Dragon. I loved this one so much, that luckily I swatched it last because I immediately put this on as a full mani, I just didn't want to take it off! Formula was good, slightly thick the way I like it, with great glitter payoff. The glitters are purple matte, fuchsia, and fuchsia, green, and purple shreds. This is 2 coats of China Glaze Splish Splash with just 1 coat of Baby Dragon.

Next up is Diet Cokehead. This one is a shimmery silver base with red hexes and black bars and squares. This is shown with 2 coats, it went on easily and covered well. This one I like because its a good Tampa Bay Buccaneers team color, my husbands favorite team.

Disco Barbie is next, a shimmery bubble gum base with silver holo squares, hexes and stars. This is a fun color, this one took 3 coats to look its best. Formula was good,  glitter came out well, though the stars got kind of buried under neath the 3rd coat. You can almost see one of them on the tip of my middle finger.

Nebula is up next. This one is a black jelly base with lots of holo glitter stars and squares, and dark blue hexes and purple shreds. This one did not want to photograph very well, it looked amazing in person. It looks like the night sky, and on my pinky you can see a holo star. This is 2 coats, this was thicker than I expected but was still workable and well worth it.

Skeleton Key is inspired by Lydia from Beetlejuice! This one is a clear base with a fun mix of purple, white and black glitters. There are hexes, squares, and shreds. This is 2 coats of OPI Planks a Lot with just 1 coat of Skeleton Key. Great glitter coverage on this one as well, and the formula was good too.

Last but not least is All or Nothing. This one was inspired by Stacys sister, and I love it. It has fuchsia, teal and holo glitters with fuchsia, teal and purple shreds. Formula was the same as Baby Dragon and Skeleton Key, thick but good glitter payoff. This is 2 coats of China Glaze I'm With the Lifeguard with 2 coats of All or Nothing.  This is really only 2 coats of the glitter because on my index I wiped too much off the brush the first time so I had to even all the fingers out. If I hadn't wiped off too much this could have easily been 1 coats like Baby Dragon and Skeleton Key.

I am really pleased with all of these polishes, Stacy did a great job! I'm already looking forward to getting her Christmas collection in the mail, I ordered them as soon as they went up :).

Check out the other awesome polishes Stacy has up on her Etsy here. She has generously given me a coupon code to share with you all, for 20% off your entire order. Just use coupon code ILOVEGLITTER20 at checkout! This code will never expire, but always check as she runs sales and specials that are sometimes better than 20% off! Keep up to date on those sales and new releases  by liking the Glitzology FB page here.

*The polishes in this post were provided for review, but all opinions are my own.

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