piCture pOlish Saturday

Some polish in this post was provided for review.

Welcome to the first in a series of piCture pOlish reviews!

Today we have the beautiful Lagoon. It’s a collaboration polish with Fashion Polish (that link will take you to her announcement and review of the polish). The polish is a gorgeous turquoise jelly with turquoise glitters and teeny tiny holo flakes. So pretty and sparkly!

Random note: Every time I type the word glitter, it comes out “glotter.” Sounds like a horrible disease, doesn’t it?

Here is two coats of Lagoon over Honey Dew, also a piCture pOlish shade.


It’s so sparkly in real life! Unfortunately, the day I was taking pictures the sun was playing peek-a-boo behind the clouds and I was having a hard time capturing the holo. It’s not an in-your-face holo, but it’s definitely there. I had this mani on for a meeting at church and a friend noticed my nails from across the room. This polish definitely has star power!


piCture pOlish has an excellent formula on all their polishes I have tried. And I love the bottles – they’re so easy to hold on to while polishing.

Here’s where you can find piCture pOlish:

Web Store

Shipping Info (they’re in Australia)

Where you can purchase piCture pOlish in other countries

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4 Responses to piCture pOlish Saturday

  1. I glotter tell you (heh), Picture Polishes are just generally awesome. I’ve bought two so far and they’re great – such beautiful colours and great application. And their bottles are cute!

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