Cupcake Polish Review

Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Good evening! Tonight I have some very playful polishes to show you from Cupcake Polish. Cute, adorable, fun are all words I describe Cupcake Polish. I have six shades do show you, so let's get started!

 Pretty Penny. A sheer shimmery pink with various copper and pink holo metallic glitters. Here, two coats over Morgan Taylor Fix. Really dainty, like pink sprinkles. The largest hexes do seem to curl a tiny bit but lay relatively flat on the nail.

 Off the Deep End. A GORGEUS teal glitter mix with stars. The glitters are holographic and really dazzling. This was one generous coat over black.

Purple People Eater. My favorite! A bright neutral neon purple jelly with various hexes. Three coats. Like a grape jelly sandwich! 

 Off to the Races is a really unique shade. It has satin/matte glitters in a base with pink shimmer so I used it as a topper over a navy shimmer.

 Just in Lime. Off the Deep End's chartreuse-gold non-holographic cousin. One coat over black.

The Black & Blues. A shimmery blue charcoal with a really pretty mix of glitters. A bit sheer but looks really nice over black. Here, I did two coats over a clear to black gradient to show you the versatility of this polish. 

I didn't comment on the formulas because minis have a tendency to really dry out in transit. I can restore them no problem but then I feel like I can't accurately describe the original formula. 

Usually I'm not a big fan of shimmery glitter (it tends to look frosty and kinda lumpy) but I think Cupcake Polish shades are just too cute and delectable! My favorite is definitely Purple People Eater but I'm also very fond of The Black & Blues. 

Which is your favorite? Cupcake Polish can be purchased here. For the newest store updates and swatches, be sure to follow @cupcakepolish on Instagram!

Products featured were sent to me for review. For additional information, please refer to my Disclosure Policy. 

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