Swatches | Ollivander’s Wandlore Collection from Nvr Enuff Polish

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Hey guys! Today I have a really quick swatch and review of the Ollivander’s Wandlore collection restocking today (9/24) at Nvr Enuff Polish! I did purchase this set myself and I am thoroughly in love with this collection based on 4 of the mythical wand core creatures from the Harry Potter world!

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Unicorn Hair shown at 4 coats alone and at 1 coat over black.
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Unicorn Hair at an angle under artificial lighting.

First up is Unicorn Hair, described as “a delicate buildable topper filled with white/ silver, pearl and blue shift shimmers, add a splash of linear holo.” This polish is gorgeously ethereal on its own but quite sheer. At 4 coats it left me with a really delicate shimmery look! Unicorn Hair can also be used as a topper, at 1 coat over Tux Polish’s Onyx it shows as a flakey blue shimmer.

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Unicorn Hair at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Unicorn Hair at 1 coat over Tux Polish Onyx.
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Unicorn Hair at 4 coats under artificial lighting.
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Unicorn Hair at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Phoenix Feather shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Phoenix Feather at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Phoenix Feather, described as “a fiery bright red filled with orange/gold shift shimmers and linear holo.” This one was perfectly opaque for me in 2 coats and was super flattering on my skin tone. I love the gold shimmer in this much more than I thought I would!

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Phoenix Feather at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Phoenix Feather macro under artificial lighting.
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Phoenix Feather at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Basilisk Horn shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
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Basilisk Horn at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Basilisk Horn (that I kept constantly referring to as basilisk tusk!) Basilisk Horn is described as “a beautiful blackened green filled with white, silver and green flakes, lime/gold/pink UCC flakes and linear holo!!” This one was perfectly opaque for me in 2 coats and all those flakes are just begging for a matte topcoat! This shade ended up feeling very vampy on me and I love it!

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Basilisk Horn at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Basilisk Horn macro under artificial lighting.
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Basilisk Horn at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Dragon Heartstring at 4 coats alone and at 1 coat over black.
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Dragon heartstring at an angle under artificial lighting.

Lastly I have the polish that originally drew me to the collection! This is Dragon Heartstring, described as “a glorious mutli-chrome topper best used over darker colors but looks equally as stunning over blues & purples!
She shifts from bronze, copper, red to golden/green and has shifty larger hex and linear holo!” I was able to get this almost opaque on it’s own at 4 coats but over Tux Polish’s Onyx it really showcases all of that shift and holo goodness! This is an absolutely stunning topper and I can’t wait to use it in more combinations.

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Dragon Heartstring at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Dragon Heartstring at 1 coat over Tux Polish’s Onyx.
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Dragon Heartstring macro at 4 coats under artificial lighting.
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Dragon Heartstring at an angle in direct sunlight.

Overall I love this collection, they all look remarkable in natural sunlight and I am head over heels infatuated with the wide brush Nvr Enuff uses! Have you already bought any of these or are you planning on it? Follow all of Nvr Enuff’s social media accounts below to stay up to date on all future restocks and sales:

http://nvrenuffpolish.bigcartel.com

https://www.instagram.com/nvrenuffpolish/

https://www.facebook.com/Nvr-Enuff-Polish-354108191463371/?fref=ts

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8 comments on “Swatches | Ollivander’s Wandlore Collection from Nvr Enuff Polish”

  1. I cannot decide if I like Dragon Heartstring or not! I’m intrigued by it, but I’m not sure that I like the added hex glitters. Hmmm…..

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