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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Review & Swatchfest: Polish & Co. in But You Knew That and Mint To Tell You

Polish & Co. But You Knew That
As a native Southerner, Polish & Co. has a special place in my Texan heart. This North Carolina company offers a 3 free line of polishes that come in a ton of "syrupy" shades to provide you with a southern belle experience in a bottle.

The shade But You Knew That is a bright coral shade that leans orange.The formula is on the thicker side, so I was surprised to find that it isn't completely opaque with two coats (as you can see in the swatches). Three will definitely do the trick, but because of the thick formula, it takes some time to dry. I have very white tips as well, so those with paler or more translucent tips won't have this issue.

Mint To Tell You  is the pastel blue shade I have been searching for all summer, but doesn't lean green and the "mint" in the name might suggest. After trying But You Knew That, I was surprised to find that Mint To Tell You is almost opaque with one coat! Both polishes have a naturally glossy finish without a top coat and clocked in with similar wear times at 3 days without tip chips. For me, this is average - not too short, but I wouldn't call it long-wearing.

You can purchase Polish & Co. nail polish from their website, polishandcompany.com, for $12 a bottle for .5oz. Compared to drugstore polishes the price is a little steep (most are around $8-$10 for .46-.5oz), but, in the case of the light blue polish, I think the formula is better and worth the price.

Polish & Co. But You Knew That

Polish & Co. But You Knew That

Polish & Co. But You Knew That

Polish & Co. Mint To Tell You

Polish & Co. Mint To Tell You
Polish & Co. Mint To Tell You
Polish & Co. Mint To Tell You
FTC: Product mentioned in this post are press samples. All thought and opinions are my own. This is not a sponsored post.

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