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Saturday, March 9, 2013

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less - Swatches and Review


I am in SUCH a St. Paddy's Day mood! So I have another St. Patrick's Day polish to show you this evening - Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less! (Isn't that the cutest name?)

Erin Go Bragh-Less is a full-on St. Patrick's Day glitter bomb in a slightly tinted green jelly base. Here's what Pam, the creative genius behind the brand, had to say about Erin Go Bragh-Less:

Erin go Bragh-less is a stunning green jelly glitter, jam packed with various sizes and shades of green and gold, and holo. It is perfectly fine at two coats on it's own, and it's so deep and just swims with glowy glitter. The application is perfect, with no dabbing required, and the glitter picks up on the brush very well. This one is full of leprechaun magic.

This polish can be worn with 2 to 3 coats on its own but I've chosen to layer it over a few different bases. The formula and application are perfect and I had no issues at all.

Over a darker green, Ninja Polish Shillelagh, with one generous coat of Poshe top coat...



Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

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And over Dior Lime (pinky and index finger) Pure Ice Super Star white creme (middle finger) and Illamasqua MILF (ring finger)...



Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less

Girly Bits Erin Go Bragh-Less


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What do you think of this one? Like St. Patrick's Day in a bottle. Makes me want to go for a pint!

All Girly Bits Lacquers are hand poured, using the highest quality ingredients including B3Free lacquer base, mica, pigments and glitters.


Erin Go Bragh-Less, along with the other polishes from Girly Bits, is cruelty free and not tested on animals. It comes in a standard full size 15ml bottle and contains two stainless steel beads to help keep your product mixed.
Girly Bits polishes are available on Big Cartel and are also available at Overall BeautyMeiMei's SignaturesHarlow & Co. and  llarowe.com for $10 to $13 retail for full .5 oz bottles. Don't forget to follow Pam at Girly Bits on Facebook and on her blog for updates and re-stock information. Also be sure to follow Overall Beauty on Facebook,  Llarowe on FacebookHarlow & Company on Facebook, and MeiMei's Signatures on Facebook for more information.

Other links: 


Twitter- http://twitter.com/#!/PamsGirlyBits    Pinterest- http://pinterest.com/girlybitspolish/








*PR Samples provided for my honest review

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5 comments :

  1. Such a fun and perfect polish for St. Paddy's Day! I love it over the lighter colors!

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  2. Great polish. I love that it's a lighter green glitter rather than just the dark green ones we normally see!

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  3. Lovely! I like the lighter green glitters too - this seems to be something a bit short in the marketplace (and in my collection).

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  4. EEps! I just saw this now. Had family things going on all weekend. Gorgeous!! I am so glad you showed it over a few different bases. Thank you SO much!!

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