Indie Week ends with an absolute stunner from a polish maker who is starting to cause quite a stir - Enchanted Polish. The majority of her polishes have a holo base or ingredient, and this one is no exception.
Dizzy Mizz Lizzy .... wow, since I first saw swatches of it, I wanted it, but I also suspected it would be another of those purchases that once I put it on, it just wasn't me. Thankfully, it is me !! It is, it is, it is!
This is one coat of Dizzy Mizz Lizzy over 2 coats of Essie Camera, one of the brights from their summer collection. I didn't try DML on her own, but I suspect she is opaque to cope with it - she also has that "soup" quality.
On the nail, well, I just don't know how to separate the joys. I love her coral holoey base, I love the gold glitters, and I especially love the bright blue glitters. I think it's the contrast of the blue that really lifts this polish into another realm, and also gives it quite an ethnic flavour.
It's a sign of how much I love the overall ooohlala of this polish that I am willing to forgive it its hairy glitter. Somehow, it accentuates the holo, and makes the overall effect even more dreamy.
These days, you can find Enchanted Polish on Llarowe, which I think is a smart move. It allows the polish maker to maker da polish, whilst letting someone else sort out the bits that distract a polish maker from the job at hand - shipping, invoicing etc. And when I checked a few minutes ago, she still had stock of this baby.
There are quite few more Enchanteds heading your way soon, but in the meantime, enjoy xx :)