Before we begin, congratulations to the winners of my two-year blogversary giveaway! They’ve all claimed their prizes and their names appear on the rafflecopter widget now. I wish I could give a prize to everyone who entered, you guys left me such sweet comments and really touched my heart, so thank you for that.
Fandom-inspired polishes are one of the wonderful things Dollish Polish is known for- she recently released a collection dedicated to cult movie classics and is now releasing the second installment!
The Dollish Polish Cult Movie Classics Collection 2nd Installment consists of ten total shades and will be released in her shop on July 10th. I used Out The Door top coat for the photos below. Let’s take a look!
Dollish Polish Death By Stereo! is described as a holographic black with blue & green micro glitters & iridescent glitters. Inspired by The Lost Boys. Three coats. The formula was good, not too thick or thin and streaky on the first coat but it evened out quickly with additional coats. Really breathtakingly beautiful.
Dollish Polish Boo Boo Kitty F*ck is described as a turquoise crelly with subtle shimmer and neon pink glitters throughout. Inspired by Clerks. Two coats but I honestly could have stopped at one which was really impressive. The formula was wonderful, it’s on the thicker side but super easy to apply and went right where you put it.
Dollish Polish Ultra Violence is described as an eggplant purple jelly, loaded with red/orange shift glitters and chameleon flakes of EVERY color. Inspired by Clockwork Orange. Three coats. The formula was good, a little on the thin side but easy enough to apply without pooling as long as you don’t overload the brush.
Dollish Polish Kiss Me. Kiss Me Hard. is described as a fire engine red with metallic silver shimmer. Inspired by Crybaby. Two coats, although you could get away with one thicker coat. The formula was great, no complaints here.
Dollish Polish Anndd Thennn? is described as a super dense brass/bronze metallic micro glitter. Inspired by Dude, Where’s My Car?. Three coats. The formula was great, a little thick but easily manageable as long as you keep your coats thin. Although I have a lot of gold micro glitter polishes, this one is unique in my collection since it is more brassy/bronze.
Dollish Polish I Move The Stars For No One is described as a lilac crelly loaded with varying matte glitters and stars in shades of turquoise, teal, black, navy, orchid & periwinkle. Inspired by Labyrinth. Two coats. The formula was great, I turned the bottle upside down before polishing and did not have to fish for glitter at all. I love how delicate this one is! This shade was tough to photograph but I’d say the nail macro is the most color-accurate.
Dollish Polish Black As Midnight, Black As Pitch, Blacker Then The Foulest Witch is described as a blackened forest green loaded with gold flakies & varying shades of blacks, gold and green micro glitters. Inspired by Legend. Two coats. The formula was wonderful, not too thick or thin. This one is so beautiful- green and gold gets me every time!
Dollish Polish Sharks. Never Saw That Coming is described as a metallic slate blue grey, loaded with iridescent glitters, micro gold and navy glitters and copper metallic glitters. Inspired by Sharknado. Three coats. The formula was great, a little thick but easy to apply as long as you use thin coats. This has such a really unique and cool finish! My photos do this no justice, it’s so much prettier in person.
Dollish Polish We’ve Had A Doozy Of A Day is described as a chaotic topper with both matte & metallic glitters in shades of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink, purple, black and white, all in a color shift shimmery base. Inspired by Tucker & Dale vs. Evil. One coat over black. The formula was great, super glitter dense and no fishing for glitter at all after leaving it sitting upside down for a bit before polishing.
Dollish Polish SCHWING! is described as a delicious boysenberry with a subtle indigo shimmer and packed with metallic micro glitters. Inspired by Wayne’s World. Two coats. The formula was smooth with a great consistency. This was another one that was tricky to photograph- the nail macro is the most accurate, color-wise.
Overall, I think this is a stunning collection and I absolutely love how Dollish Polish can take awesomely nerdy inspiration and create beautiful polish from it. My personal picks are Death By Stereo!, Black As Midnight, Black As Pitch, Blacker Then The Foulest Witch, Sharks. Never Saw That Coming, Boo Boo Kitty F*ck and I Move The Stars For No One. Again, this collection releases July 10th in her shop if you want to grab any of these for yourself.
What do you think of this collection? Which shade and movie are your favorites? Let me know in the comments!