Hi, everyone! So, when I posted my swatches of some of the SuperFine collection from Sweet Heart Polish, I teased that she may have another collection coming out soon, and here it is!
Cassandra is a bit fan of Disney and has created an entire collection based on the park. I myself have never been to Disney Land but have been to Disney World quite a lot as a youngster (okay, now I just sound old…).
|I’m on the right….check out that sweet fanny pack. And everyone’s 90’s fashion. You know you’re jealous you aren’t as fly as us.|
To avoid sounding like a broken record, I used a coat of Gelous before quick-dry topcoat to help smooth out the glitter- I usually do this for any large/chunky glitter polishes. Let’s take a look at the collection!
Sweet Heart Polish Bow-tique Pink is a mix of white glitter and white bows in a berry colored jelly base. I used three coats for the below photos. The formula was great, not too thick or thin and applied easily. I did have to fish for the bows, but that’s the case with most large shape glitter.
This shade was actually really pretty without the bows, too, which I found true for all of these. Sometimes you may not be in the mood for the bows, mickeys, etc but these all make great toppers even without the shapes!
Sweet Heart Polish Magic Carpet Ride is a mix of brown, copper, rose and turquoise glitter in a clear suspension base. I used two coats here over China Glaze Liquid Leather. The formula was perfect, not too thick or thin and applied easily.
Sweet Heart Polish Disneyland Or Bust is a mix of neon glitter with black mouse heads and rainbow shimmer in a clear suspension base. I used one coat here over Zoya Robyn. The formula was great, the perfect consistency and I didn’t have to fish for any of the mickey glitter.
Sweet Heart Polish Steamboat Willie is a mix of black, white and iridescent glitter with silver holographic mouse heads in a clear suspension base. I used two coats here over Zoya Megan. The formula was good, not too thick or thin and applied easily. I’d say I had to fish for half the mickey heads, the others came out on their own. I didn’t manage to get any of the largest hexes out on the brush and only just now realized I didn’t fish any out.
Sweet Heart Polish Wish Upon A Star is a mix of sapphire glitter with yellow & blue stars, holographic moons and silver holographic mouse heads in a clear suspension base. I used one coat here over Zoya Robyn. The formula was good, the mickey heads and moons came out rather easily but I definitely had to fish for the stars.
Sweet Heart Polish Club 33 is a mix of gold stars, green matte and holographic clovers and black mouse heads with gold glitter and gold shimmer in a clear suspension base. I used one coat here over China Glaze Four Leaf Clover. The formula was good, great consistency and spread easily. I didn’t have to fish much for the stars and mickey heads but did for the clovers.
Sweet Heart Polish DisneyBounding is a mix of several color bows and mouse heads and pink shimmer in a clear suspension base. I used one coat here over OPI Hey Baby. The formula was great, not too thick or thin and applied easily. As far as the large glitters here, I’d say about 50% came out easily on the brush and I fished for the other half.
Once again, a great collection from Sweet Heart Polish and I can’t wait to see what she comes out with next! If you want some Sweet Heart Polish of your own, you can find her shop on etsy here. Be sure to also like her on facebook and follow her on instagram to stay up to date with new releases! (And shameless plug- if you’re on facebook, I run the Sweet Heart Polish fan group where Cassandra posts sneak peeks and other fun stuff, feel free to join!)
Which of these shades is your favorite? Let me know in the comments!
|Mugen is…getting in the way of me hanging up the mirror!!|