Monday, March 9, 2015

Painted Sabotage: Flower inspired Holos


I've begun a new polish crush with Painted Sabotage polishes. The more of them I try, the more I fall for them. Her formulas are unchanging with every polish from glitter crellies to holos. Two thick or three thin effortless coats to reach opacity every time with every polish I have tried so far. These two holo polishes have a nice strong linear holographic effect and I feel they are the perfect shades to wear for spring and summer!

Amnesia is a beautiful mauve shade polish, named after Amnesia Roses. Depending on the individual some may say it's pink while others may say its purple when you look at this polish... is it pink or purple ... what was I saying... I forgot or do I have amnesia!
~Painted Sabotage

The flower, Amnesia Rose, is such a lovely vintage looking rose. My sister used these for her wedding and it was a beautiful ceremony. The polish is as beautiful and definitely looks different depending on lighting and skintone - it's one of those that morphs and is such a fun color to wear and share with your friends or family to see what color it leans on them!

xoxoJen's swatch of Painted Sabotage Amnesia
xoxoJen's swatch of Painted Sabotage Amnesia
xoxoJen's swatch of Painted Sabotage Amnesia

Foliage and flowers which was my inspiration for Simbu Sunset and Amnesia. This is a beautiful coral holo polish, named after the Simbu Sunset flower. A light delicate coral shade perfect for summer!
~Painted Sabotage

What a beautiful flower! I had not seen these before so I googled them! I bet hummingbirds would love these with their bright coloring and trumpet style flower. When I wore this polish I kept thinking about these flowers and would imagine it being spring or summer instead of the bitter winter.

xoxoJen's swatch of Painted Sabotage Simbu Sunset
xoxoJen's swatch of Painted Sabotage Simbu Sunset
xoxoJen's swatch of Painted Sabotage Simbu Sunset

You can find these and more available at the Painted Sabotage shop!

6 comments

  1. Both are so pretty! Love me some good holos too.

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  2. Jen, I adore your swatches, and the fact that you always feature unusual indie polishes. =)

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  3. These are beautiful!!! (And I mean both the polishes and your amazing photos!)

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