Prism Nail Polish
**these polishes were kindly gifted to me for swatches and review**
Well I feel like I'm the luckiest girl in the world lately as I have been spoilt by some amazing indie polish brands, sending me samples of their fabulous new autumn collections.
The brand I'll be chatting with you about today is Prism Nail Polish, a cruelty free, vegan friendly and 5-free small business that hand make all of their beautiful products in the heart of Hampshire countryside!
If you pop onto their website you will see that they have a huge selection to choose from, including holos, duochromes, neons, mattes ... you name it, Prism Polish has got it!
Let's take a closer look at the three polishes that were very kindly sent to me to try out....
Zero is a gorgeous blue toned grey that has a flash of green shimmers through it. It is fully opaque in two coats and self-levelling with no patchiness.
This little stunner will be available along with the rest of Prism polish's autumn collection on the 6th October.
Look how adding two coats of Scream Louder! completely transforms this blue-grey wonder, isn't it just so sparkly?!
You must all know by now that I have a soft spot for pinks and purples, so it probably won't come as a shock - no pun intended (well maybe a little haha!) - that this is my favourite polish of the three...
It is the most gorgeous deep, dark lilac with a scattered hit of teeny tiny red glitters that almost look like rose gold. I love this added detail, it gives such depth and even more interest to an already unique polish.
Shock is fully opaque in two coats, and just like Zero, it is self-levelling and dries to a smooth and glossy finish.
Now let's see how it looks with two coats of Scream Louder! over top...
Don't they make the most perfect couple? That sparkle as well!
This is a very sparkly, very twinkly multichrome glitter. You get hits of greens, golden yellows, and aqua blues.
For this photo I have used the 'sponging' method to really build up the coverage. It took only two coats which is super impressive. When using glitter polishes, I always recommend to use two coats of your favourite topcoat as glitters can be quite thirsty and drink up just one coat. Once you've got your topper on you will see the full potential of those blinding sparkles!