Last week I got a Facebook post from my sister saying she was mailing me a surprise. Of course I assumed it was polish related as we both share the lacquer bug.
I expected the package to arrive on Thursday and was rather shocked when I saw a large box on my porch. I wasn't expecting a box that size to show up.
|Sephora Artist polishes|
When I heard the rattle of glass against glass I was almost afraid to open it. But Fedex must have been kind as only two bottles met their demise on the journey.
As I browsed through the box of colorful Sephora Artist polishes I couldn't wait to swatch them and show them to you.
The colors do not have a name but instead have a number.
The formula on the polishes was pretty thin and as I began I feared it would take many coats to get to an opaque state. But to my surprise, except for the bright blue, it only took two coats to get a decent coverage. The polishes also have a wonderful glossy finish. None of the swatches have a top coat.
So let's get to the color festival.
|#004 - A gorgeous steely gray.|
|#737 - A lovely periwinkle|
|#663 - A wonderful rose pink|
|#112 - A stunning seafoam green|
|#865 - A vibrant neon yellow |
(This could probably have used one more coat.)
|#797 - A rich peacock blue|
|#001 - Basic black|
|#697 - A sultry purple with gray tones|
|#R20 - A nice nude shade|
|#357 - A bright tangy orange|
|#780 - A nice electric blue (but very sheer - this is three coats)|
|But looks what happens to that electric blue when I put it over black!|