Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Spell Polish ~ No Place like Home



Spell Polish ~ No Place like Home
Green to purple duochrome

I thought that I might as well show you the other two Spell Polishes I bought recently. It’s time to take a closer look at No Place Like Home, a lovely green to purple duochrome. 

The formula is good and easy to work with, and it takes two coats on its own to make it opaque - that's really nice. Drying time is pretty average. 

Take a look at the green-ness:


This polish is super shiny!




Here's the green side of the polish. It's quite an unusual green in a duochrome - I like how unique it is!




I sponged a bit of glitter by the base of my nails: Picture Polish's Ariels Tale. When I look at the pictures I can see that the green isn't quite right, but... yeah, oh well :) 




One last shot: 



Here are the pretty sisters: 



Every bottle of Spell Polish comes with a little card with a rhyme on. Here’s the card that came with No Place Like Home:


                                         

Number of coats: 2
Drying time: Average
Finish: Matte with shimmer. Really comes to life with a topcoat
First impression: Unique colour shift and super shiny polish.
Buy again: Yes, it's unique



I bought my Spell polishes from norwaynails.com.
You can find more info on NorwayNail’s Facebook page, link here.

Norway Nails have kindly offered my readers a 10% discount code. Just use the code RAINBOWIFYME10 at checkout, and you'll be getting 10% off your purchase.

14 comments:

  1. The strong green shift is sooo cool!

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  2. Lovely mani, I like this green a lot :)

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  3. Simply gorgeous and I like it with the glitter too :-)

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    1. I'm glad you like it with the glitter, I couldn't find just the right colour for the duochrome :)

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  4. Wow that's a really unique duochrome I just love it. I love the little "spell" that comes with it too. So cute. I need me some spell polishes.

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    1. There are more Spell Polish reviews coming on this blog, you might want to stay tuned for those :) Some really pretty ones :D

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  5. Ohh, this is pretty with the addition of the glitter - a perfect match!

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    1. I am SO happy to hear that, thank you :)

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  6. I love how the glitter transformed a beautiful manicure into a even more beautiful one!! Great combo!

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    1. It sounds as if I didn't do too bad after all then, thank you so much :)

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