July | Monthly Awareness Polish Box | Group B Strep International

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Today I have the July Monthly Awareness Polish box, this month 10% of all proceeds will be donated to the Group B Strep International  in honor of group B strep awareness. I did purchase this box with a blogger’s discount.

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B My Baby by Sassy Pants Polish shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting. 

First up is “B My Baby” by Sassy Pants Polish which is described as a ” white crelly with an assortment of pink, blue, iridescent pink, and matte periwinkle glitters.” This was completely opaque for me in 3 coats, I do recommend doing thinner coats as this is a thicker polish.

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B My Baby at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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B My Baby at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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B Informed by Alter Ego Cosmetic shown at 1 coat over black and 3 coats alone under artificial lighting. 

This is “B Informed” by Alter Ego Body Care Products which is described as a ” pink base with micro red and black glitters.” This one can be brought fully opaque using the sponging method but ws still quite sheer at 3 coats. I do prefer it as a topper over black.

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B Informed at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Be Informed at an angle under artificial lighting.

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B Cautious by Pretty Beautiful Unlimited shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “B Cautious” by Pretty Beautiful Unlimited which is described as a “medium gray crelly with holo micro flakes, blue, pink and gold holo micro shreds with 2 different UCC flakies that shift lime-blue-gold and copper-gold-fuchsia. It also has blue to pink to gold chameleon pigment.” This polish builds up perfectly in 2-3 coats depending on preference.

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B Cautious at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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B Cautious at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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AAlertBottle
B Alert by All Mixed Up Lacquer shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “B Alert” by All Mixed Up Lacquers which is described as a ” lime green shade with multiple different size and shape neon matte glitters and fine holographic glitter and green micro glitters.” This one was a little on the thicker side but built up nicely in 3 coats!

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B Alert at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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B Alert at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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B Tested by Poshlish shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “B Tested” by PoSHlish which is described as a ” pearl blue filled with matte and metallic glitters in turquoise and blues, pink and purples, and holographic of multiple shapes and sizes.” This one built up in 2 easy, shimmery coats!

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B Tested at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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B Tested at an angle under artificial lighting.

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B Aware by O My Jewels shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting. 

Lastly is “B Aware” by O My Jewels which is described as a “creamy lavender with a flash of nearly hidden shimmer.” Perfectly opaque in 2 easy coats with a subtle purple on purple shimmer which I adore!

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B Aware at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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B Aware at an angle under artificial lighting. 

That wraps up this month’s swatch and review, be sure to follow all of the MAPB social media platforms to stay up to date on new makers and releases.

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