Tuesday, December 11, 2012

SquareHue Swatch & Review

Hi everyone!  I'm so excited to be showing you three polishes from a new polish subscription program, SquareHue.



Holly Berry


Holly Berry is a medium red shimmer.  The formula was rich and very easy to apply.  
Shown is two coats of Holly Berry.


This is a really great color for the holidays, but it's definitely a color that isn't too hard to find in most big brands.



Sugar Plum


Sugar Plum is a deep purple shimmer.  This one also has a very rich formula that is so easy to apply.
Shown is two coats of Sugar Plum.


I really love this purple, but, again, it isn't a hard color to find.



Champagne Toast


Champagne Toast is a soft muted gold shimmer.  This had more of a metallic formula to it, but still applied very smoothly.
Shown is two coats of Champagne Toast.


This shade is a bit more unique than the first two, but isn't too different of a shade.


Overall, I really like these three.  The formulas are wonderful and so easy to work with.  Be sure to check out SquareHue for all of the subscription information!  I hope you all enjoyed!

Happy Painting!



*These items were sent to me for the purpose of honest review*

8 comments:

  1. Wow that is some really awsome colors!!
    I love a good purple, and that one is really nice :-)

    By the way you have really good looking hands and nails :-)

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  2. Holly Berry and Sugar Plum are stunning!

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  3. They are beautiful even if they're not unique!

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  4. They are all very pretty, but I agree that they aren't that unique. I hadn't heard of SquareHue before last week, and I think I really need wow-ed to sign up for a new service. I'll be interested to see what they come out with in the future. :) Beautiful swatches, thanks for sharing!

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  5. your nails and swatches are unreal! impeccable

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  6. Holly Berry and Sugar Plum are amazing! I'm trying to go vegan in my blog, come and join my community! :)

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  7. Which top coat did you use? :)

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