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Swatch Saturday: Elevation Polish Echinops and Passion Flower Swatches!

In Elevation Polish, Nails by Jacki5 Comments

Press Samples

Hello, readers! It’s been a really busy week around here so this post is up much later than anticipated. But I promised swatches of these two upcoming Elevation Polishes from the Wildflower Collection, so here they are!

Echinops and Passion Flower are releasing with the restock on August 7th, and they are gorgeous! They pair really well together, too! I already showed them to you this week in my gradient post. You can see that here if you missed it.

Echinops is a lavender medium density holographic. It applied beautifully and I’m showing 2 coats with top coat below. This is a gorgeous color, I took a few pictures outdoors for you to show off the holo effect as well!
Inside of the lightbox:

 Outdoors:

Passion Flower is a glitter topper in a clear base. It has tons of different colors and shapes of glitter including white, pink, purple, green, yellow, and iridescent. It’s a really fun pairing and looks awesome over Echinops. Since I already showed you what one coat looks like in my last post, I chose to do a glitter tip gradient with Passion Flower. Topped with one coat of top coat.

Even the bottles look pretty together!
What do you think of this pair? Will you be trying to grab them? I love them! I was so excited when I received this in my PR pack last month and couldn’t wait to show them off!
These will be stocked on the Big Cartel Shop on August 7th at 9pm Central (10 pm EST). Check out Lulu’s Blog for more info on restocks and future colors as well!
Llarowe also stocks Elevation Polish! Here is her Shop and her Facebook Page
Thanks for reading!
*The polishes in this post were sent for me to review with my honest opinion.

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