Thursday, September 26, 2013

Pumpkin Polish Swatches - Part 2 - 2012 Mini Set

**all items purchased by me

It's time to get Part 2 of the Pumpkin polish swatches up!  This is a set of 5 minis that coordinated/matched some of the Pumpkins that came out for Halloween 2012.  A couple of these have reappeared this year in the Pumpkin shaped bottles - as of now, I haven't seen any mini sets.
 Let's get started!
Orange and black bar glitter (medium length), small orange hex glitters and super fine orange shimmer in clear base
~2 coats
~Essie Good as Gold~
~2 shades of pink and silver glitter that are fairly fine in clear base
~1 easy coat
~Sally Hansen CSM Bewitched (l.e.)~
~I believe this one is back in the 2013 display~
~Bright blue and magenta hex glitters in clear base
~1 easy coat
 ~Hard Candy Sky (discontinued)~
~I believe this one is also back in the 2013 display~
~purple and blue-purple (violet?) hex glitters in clear base
~1 coat (thin on pinkie, thicker on rest)
~Sinful Colors Beverly Hills~
~slightly different from the purple glitter in the 2013 display~
~sheer hot pink jelly with iridescent hex glitters and micro-fine shimmers
 ~2 coats
~Love & Beauty/Forever 21 Nude

That completes my Pumpkin polish collection for swatching, but I do have a few more of the "specialty" brand polishes that came out for Halloween.  If I continue swatching Halloween-timed polishes, then I'll certainly post them.  I've got a couple of Wet 'n Wild's tombstone polishes, as well as some in coffin-shaped bottles from Fright Night Claw Polish, and I think some City Color polishes that came out for Halloween as well.

If you'd like to see part 1 of the Pumpkins swatches, then click here.
If you'd like to see today's polishes swatched on the nail wheel with no base colors, then click here.

I purchased all my Pumpkin polishes from Rite Aid.

Do any of these glitters remind you of ones from other brands?  What would you layer them over?

**all items purchased by me
**my opinions are my own
**not sponsored/affiliated

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