I recently shared an interview with the owner of Frenzy Polish here on Indie Insight, so I was excited to check the brand out for myself when she recently asked me about reviewing some of her polishes!
The polishes I have to share with you today are from her most recent Gamer Girls collection as well as some from older collections that are still available for purchase in her shop. I used Out The Door top coat for the photos below.
As a sidenote- if you don’t follow me on facebook or instagram, you may not have heard that I finally got a new camera, yay! I already had a few weeks worth of posts ready to go with my old camera, though- so you may see some back and forth in quality for a bit, some posts the bottle shots may be new while the swatches are old, etc.. It’s going to drive me crazy for sure. I also need to figure out how to take the individual bottle shots on a white background without the color getting washed out. Hmm. Anyways, let’s take a look!
Frenzy Polish Blue Screen Of Death is described as a slightly tinted blue base with loads of blue glitter, sparse black glitter and flashes of lighter blue and holo mixed in that glows blue in the dark (although I didn’t find the glow to be super strong). Two coats. The formula was great, a touch thick but still easy to apply. Super pretty and sparkly! I think this would look gorgeous as a base under nail art, too.
Frenzy Polish GG (Good Game) is described as a white jelly/crème packed with silver and white micro-flakes and multi-colored shifty irridescent micro-glitter. Three coats. The formula was pretty typical for a white- streaky and patchy on the first coat but evened out pretty well with additional coats. I probably could have used a fourth coat to even it out completely but I didn’t want it to get too thick on the nail. I’m not usually big on whites but the flakes and micro-glitter add something really special to this one!
Frenzy Polish PWN’d By A Girl is described as a neon pink jelly/crème with blue micro-shimmer. Two coats. The formula was great, smooth and easy to apply. It does dry on the matte side so top coat is a must. This one was a little tough to photograph but I’d say the hand swatch/macro are more color accurate.
Frenzy Polish Hope Is Stronger Than Fear 2.0 is described as a light blue crelly with multichrome flakes. Two coats. The formula was perfect, not too thick or thin and applied with ease. This is a touch more blue than the hand swatches in person- tough shade to get color accurate for sure!
Frenzy Polish Fatality is described as a brown scattered holographic crème with sparse red glitter and a slight red shift. Two coats. The formula was good, on the thicker side but manageable and easy to apply.
Frenzy Polish Twitterpated is described as a medium green jelly base packed with gold shimmer, white pearl, red, blue and silver hexes in various sizes. Two coats. The formula was great, thick but glitter dense and easy to apply without having to fish for glitter. This kind of shade is right up my alley!
Frenzy Polish Iris Fields is described as a burgundy jelly packed with dark blue and red metallic hex glitter in varying sizes, yellow hex glitter in two sizes, matte white square glitter, and other fine glitter. Two coats. The formula was wonderful, really glitter dense and easy to apply without having to fish for glitter. This color combo is so unique and gorgeous!
Frenzy Polish Dauntless 2.0 is described as a grey crelly with multichrome flakes. Three coats. The formula was great, a little on the thick side but still easy to apply. This is SO gorgeous! Super multifaceted and shifty.
Overall, this was a great first experience of the brand for me! The colors were all unique and complex with good formulas and the gamer girls collection totally makes me miss my old MMO days. Again, these are currently available for purchase in her shop, so head right on over if you’d like to pick any of them up for yourself! My personal picks would be Iris Fields, Twitterpated, Fatality and Dauntless 2.0.
What do you think of these shades? Which one is your favorite? Have you tried this brand out before? Let me know in the comments!