*purchased with blogger discount
China Glaze Senora Flora
Senora Flora is described as a pink leaning peach creme. I had no application problems. This dries down to a demi matte finish. Shown in 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Wildflower Hour is described as a silver flakes and holo microglitter in a sheer light pink base. Shown here is one coat over Senora Flora. Sealed with glossy top coat.
There she Rose Again is described as a bubblegum pink jelly polish. I love this pink! My swatches show 3 coats with glossy top coat.
Good as Marigold is described as a bright orange creme. This is a fabulous color. I had no application problems. My swatches show 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Better than Nectar is described as a pink and orange microflake topper in a clear base. My swatches show one coat over Good as Marigold. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Hydrangea Dangea is described as a sky blue creme with a very sublte shimmer. Another great formula with no application issues. My swatches are 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Lavenduh! is described as a mid range lavender creme. This has the same very subtle shimmer that Hydrangea Dangea has, although it all but disappears on the nail. My swatches show 2 coats with glossy top coat.
This is Ranunculus is described as a dusty blue shimmer with silver flecks and grey undertones. No formula problems to speak of. My swatches show 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Show ‘Em Who’s Blossom is described as a soft sage green creme. Another fantastic shade. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Saved by the Bluebell is described as a dark blue creme. This is a great shade of blue, not quite navy but still a nice and deep color. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
I Still Beleaf is described as a semi sheer green silver shimmer. This is still quite sheer on me with 3 coats, but may do better if you have a less opaque free edge. Many things are more sheer on me than they would be on others. 3 coats with glossy top coat.
What’s Up, Bittercup? is described as a yellowed metallic bronze. There are some visible brush strokes but its not too bad. This is 2 coats with glossy top coat.
Overall I really liked this collection. I didn’t have any major formula problems to speak of. My top picks are the cremes and the jelly. I Still Beleaf and Whats Up, Bittercup don’t really seem spring to me; but more like fall. The two toppers; Wildflower Hour and Better than Nectar kind of feel like filler to me. To be fair I never actually wear toppers, but if you are one that likes toppers you may well enjoy these. They just aren’t for me.
Have you picked any of these up yet or do you plan on picking up a few? My personal favs are Senora Flora, There She Rose Again, Good as Marigold, and Show ‘Em Whos Blossom.
The Arrangement Collection is available now on www.PolishPick.com. Individual shades are priced at $3.25 each, and the full collection is $38.40.
Until next time, stay polished!