Four Corners collection from Virtuous Polish Swatch and Review

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Four Corners collection from Virtuous Polish

Today on the blog I have swatches and reviews of Virtuous Polish’s upcoming “Four Corners” textured polish collection! To see live swatches you can head over to my YouTube channel and check it out! I did purchase these with a blogger’s discount in exchange for reviewing them. I will also be showing swatches on my longer stiletto nails and after my recent chop on my new squoval nails.

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From L to R: North, East, South, West

First up is North, this is the blue of the collection. It has a medium blue base with a ton of finely milled scattered holographic glitter. I did two easy coats, this is a very pigmented polish with an easy, non gritty formula. I did find that these dry down a shade or two lighter than the color in the bottle but darken back up with topcoat. I didn’t have any staining with North and removal was typical for a glitter polish. I also found the longer you wear it, the more evident the holographic glitters become. I wore this late one evening on a run and it is surprisingly one of those polishes that just glows at sunset!

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On my shorter nails, with a charm from Virtuous Polish. No topcoat
On my shorter nails, with a charm from Virtuous Polish. No topcoat
On my longer nails,no topcoat, natural lighting
On my longer nails,no topcoat, natural lighting
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On my longer nails, topcoat, taken with flash

Next in the collection is East, this is the purple of the collection. It has a nice purple base with a ton of the same finely milled scattered holographic glitter that makes the texture. East is the polish that I feel the glitter is most evident in, it just shines of that darker base! Super pigmented and easy polish, two coats for full opacity. This one was my favorite of the collection!b4

East on my shorter nails with a charm from Virtuous Polish, no topcoat
East on my shorter nails with a charm from Virtuous Polish, no topcoat
East on my longer nails, no topcoat
East on my longer nails, no topcoat
East on my longer nails, with topcoat
East on my longer nails, with topcoat

Next up is South, the bright pink of the collection! When I say pink, this polish is insanely bright! It can pull a tiny bit coral in some lighting, and this is another one of those polishes that just glows. South is completely opaque in 2 coats, these dry down pretty quickly and in terms of texture are incredibly fine milled. This was my second favorite of the collection.b2

South on my shorter nails with a charm from Virtuous Polish, no topcoat
South on my shorter nails with a charm from Virtuous Polish, no topcoat
South on my longer nails, no topcoat
South on my longer nails, no topcoat
South on my longer nails, with topcoat
South on my longer nails, with topcoat
A little macro action
A little macro action

To finish off the collection next we have East. This is a lime green base with the same finely milled scattered holographic glitter. This one was a little on the more sheer side, at 3 coats I could still see a bit of my nail line. It is incredibly neon, my camera absolutely did not want to flash on it it is so bright! The “Wizard of Oz” nerd in me is so happy that East is green.b

East on my shorter nails with a charm from Virtuous Polish, no topcoat
East on my shorter nails with a charm from Virtuous Polish, no topcoat
East on my longer nails, no topcoat, in sunlight
East on my longer nails, no topcoat, in sunlight
East on my longer nails, with topcoat.
East on my longer nails, with topcoat.
A little macro action
A little macro action

So that’s it for the swatches and review of the upcoming “Four Corners” collection from Virtuous Polish. I will add a link as soon as preorders are available. This will come in both full and mini sizes. I thoroughly enjoyed these, I wish they holographic glitter would have been maybe a tiny bit bigger to catch more light but all in all these are super unique, bright polishes and I am happy to have them in my collection! I will have a nail art look coming up soon with these polishes, until then thanks so much for reading, y’all!

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