Howdy, folks. I am away on a much-needed family vacation but don't worry, you'll still be getting your swatch fix. ;) I roped three of my super talented blogger friends into providing guest posts and I think you are really going to love what they come up with! Enjoy! <3
Hello there, new friends! I'm Cass, and I am the blogger behind the "Land of Ten Thousand Polishes"! I am so thrilled to be here blogging for the Polish Ranger while she is on vacation!
I know Courtney because of Reddit and an amazing little sub called redditpolish. I have been blogging for less than a year, and in that time, I have come to meet so many amazing and creative people. I feel so incredibly privileged to be here, as a guest blogger for Courtney.
I'm sure you already know about "Wingdust Wednesday". This is a weekly feature that showcases this fantastically creative indie polish maker. I am here to show you "Steel Town Girl", which is new to me, but may not be to you.
I love this polish. I love this polish, A LOT. It's on loan to me, and I reallllllllly don't want to give it back!
Steel Town Girl is a deep teal holo base with iridescent blue, holo blue and gold flake. This polish has a little bit of everything. I wondered if all the flakes would make it hard to apply, but it wasn't...not even a little.
Sometimes flakes curl up or poke out of the polish a bit, but I didn't encounter that at all.
I mean, come on. Is this not the coolest polish you've ever seen?
I wish my light box didn't wash out the holo so much!
I waited and waited for some sunshine so I could really show you the holo aspect of this polish, but sadly, we haven't seen the sun here in quite some time!
For my pictures I am wearing three easy coats of Steel Town Girl and one coat of Seche Vite.
I want to say thank you to Courtney for having me, and letting me join in for Wingdust Wednesday! Thank you for reading, and come visit me at landof10kpolishes.blogspot.com sometime!
Thank you so much Cass, for such an amazing post! Steel Town Girl is one of my all-time favourites and your photos are simply stunning! Be sure to check out her blog - she's awesome!