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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Indie Polish - Into the Darkness Swatches and Review

*This product is Cruelty Free 

I have a new-to-me indie polish brand to show you called Indie Polish! I have a few of these I'll be showing you, but for now we're starting with...

Indie Polish
Into the Darkness

So let's get to know Tanya, creator at Indie Polish, a's what she had to say:

My polish is 3 free and vegan. I test all new glitters and pigments for 2-3 months. My polishes are made in small batches, and we cater to all types of polishes, from holos to glitter bombs and rich cremes. I am inspired by things that oddly go together and work phenomenally well. I have a 6 year old special needs son who has also named, and created color mixes out of glitters for polish as well. The mixes of textures, colors and depth help create polishes that I believe are quite unique. We are located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. However we ship worldwide. My polish is cruelty free. Extensively tested on friends, family, myself and often bloggers before it's released, I am confidant in my polish and my company as a whole!

Continued after the jump...

Into the Darkness is a pewter jelly polish full of teal and copper micro-fine glitter. This can be worn alone in about 3-4 coats or layered over another color in one coat. I chose to layer this over black so you could see the glitters better in my photos. One coat over a plain black creme and one coat of top coat. At the end I have a couple of photos showing it alone. No issues to report at all. The formula was nice.

Below I've used 3 coats on my ring finger alone - one light coat and 2 medium coats...


What do you think of this one? Have you tried any polishes from Indie Polish yet? I've got my eye on Sharp Shooter and Black Double Holo myself.

You can purchase this one or check out her other creations at her Etsy shop here. Polishes retail for between $8.60 and $9.58. You can also follow at the links below:

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  1. Very pretty! Love it on your shorties!

  2. I really like how you've swatched the polish on its own as well as over a base color. That is so helpful!


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