Etude House and Skin Food swatches ahead!
Etude House BL019. Blue and holographic glitter in a jelly blue base. This is gorgeous in real life. Three coats and very easy to work with. I love this brush too! Cute bottle. What more could you want?! Seriously. Get. This. Now.
Etude House PK021. Multicolor iridescent glitter including holographic glitter in a pink/magenta jelly base. It is one of the prettiest polishes I've ever seen. I swear I felt my heart constrict. LOL I want to say this has edged its way into my top 20 polishes of all time. Three coats and very easy to apply. You know how there are those glitters that just don't want to work with you and spread out evenly. Well, not this one, it was a dream to apply! I love this one even more than the BL019 (blue). The multicolor glitter cinches the deal for me. I want like 10 back ups of this!
One coat of Lynnderella Bride of Franken over WH004. Um. Holy smokes!
Etude House BL505 Blue. Vibrant blue with subtle purple duochrome. You can see it in the third picture if you enlarge it.
I think this might be a dupe for OPI DS Magic. Very very sparkly and pretty nonetheless. Three coats and no issues with the formula.
I was able to do quick swatches before posting this. Left to right (pinky to index) is BL505 Blue, OPI DS Magic, BL505 Blue, Orly Lunar Eclipse. BL505 Blue is just a tad darker than Magic and Lunar Eclipse (those two are identical by the way). BL505 Blue is less sparkly than the others too. The first picture is one coat and the second is three coats each.
Skin Food BL505. Green apply jelly. It took four coats to even out and get opaque. It was a little streaky for me, but I can forgive it for being a green jelly!!
One coat of Revlon Galaxy and CND Teal Sparkle over BL505. Not one of my favorite combinations. lol.
Skin Food Kiwi. Can you tell I love greens yet? I really loveeeeeeeee this one. This was four coats.