Duh Nail Polish Sweet Spring Collection

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Good evening my fellow nail crazies!
Its almost time for the warmer weather and beautiful flowers! Who's excited cause I know I am, I am so sick of this damn winter! lol So today I get to pretend it's spring and bring you the first set of spring polishes I received to swatch and review! Introducing the "Sweet Spring" Collection made by the lovely Danyl over at Duh Nail Polish

First up is Jellies in my Belly. A clear glitter topper packed with pastel pink, blue, yellow, green, purple and aqua dots as well as shifting rainbow glitters and green flakies. I used 1dabbing coat of this over Sally Hansens "Mint Sherbet" then sealed it with a glossy top coat. The polish was packed with glitters so there was no fishing needed and the consistency was good.


Second we have April Showers. A pastel blue crelly with tiny blue glitters throughout. I used 3 thin coats of this to achieve full opacity then sealed it with a glossy top coat. Consistency was good and it went on smoothly.

Next we have Bring me Spring Flowers. A bright Coral crelly with blue, green, pink, yellow and white micro glitters. I used 3 thin coats of this to achieve full opacity then sealed it with a glossy top coat. This was my favorite from her collection. The color is beautiful and so different from the usual pinks we see in spring polishes. Consistency was great and the glitters spread around the nails evenly.

Next is Sassafraus Lex. A pastel pink crelly with blue butterflies, lavender daisies as well as various pastel colored dots. Danyl named this polish after one of her nieces and states she has more to come that will also be named after her nieces and nephews. I used 3 thin coats to achieve full opacity then sealed it with a glossy top coat. A small amount of fishing was needed for the larger glitters but the pink crelly itself was great.

Fifth we have Bunny Bums. A white crelly with various holo pink glitters and pink flakies. I used 3 thin coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. The crelly itself went on great but a small amount of fishing was needed for the larger glitters.

Last we have Such an Egghead.  A pastel yellow crelly with yellow flakies as well as lavender, pink and blue various sized dots. I used 3 thin coats of this to achirve full opacity then sealed it with a glossy top coat. There was no fishing needed for this crelly and  the consistency was great. This was my second favorite in the collection and I plan on wearing for Easter weekend :)


Overall, As usual Danyls polishes were great. A couple polishes need some fishing but that isn't unusual for glitters that contain larger glitters so please don't let that stop you from ordering those polishes, I still highly recommend them! This collection will be released on March 28th!!

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