Today I have the new Sassy Pants Polish Let’s Be Mermaids Collection to share with you.
Sassy Pants Polish Let’s Be Mermaids Collection is made up of seven sparkling polishes with a Mermaid theme. Each polish in the Sassy Pants Polish Let’s Be Mermaids Collection is available in full size or mini. When you buy the complete full size collection it will be $75 and the mini one will be $51. Let’s Be Mermaids launches on June 9th at 2pm CST.
SASSY PANTS POLISH LET’S BE MERMAIDS COLLECTION
Because of the consistency of these, I used three coats plus top coat for all of the swatch photos shown below.
“Mermaid Tails” is a turquoise scattered holographic jelly with UCC flakes that shift blue/purple/red. Because of my lighting the flakes all look purple, but they do shift in person!
“Mermaid Magic” is a purple scattered holographic jelly with assorted purple and pink holo and metallic glitters. It also has purple to white shifting iridescent flakes.
“Mermaid Tears” is a seafoam green scattered holographic with blue-green iridescent hex glitters, aqua hex glitters, turquoise holo microglitter and blue/green chameleon shifting shimmer. I imagine this one would look great over a blue or green cream since it is rather sheer all on it’s own.
“Mermaid’s Love” is a pink scattered holographic polish with UCC flakes that shift orange/fuchsia/gold. Since this one is more of a crelly than a jelly it was completely opaque in three coats.
“MERMAIDS OF THE OCEAN BLUE”
“Mermaids of the Ocean Blue” is a deep sky blue scattered holographic jelly with blue holo hex glitters and an assortment of iridescent glitters and purple to white shifting iridescent flakes.
“Mermaid’s Dream” is a light orange multi-color shifting shimmer polish with assorted orange-green iridescent shifting hex glitters. When I was sent descriptions this one was described as a coral but it seems rather orange to me.
“Mermaid’s Curse” is a black jelly base with shifting shimmers and a rainbow of UCC flakes. Since this is black and shiny the flakes don’t show up super great in photos, but they are vibrant in person. I think this one would probably look amazing with a matte top coat!
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