Swatches | Iconic Chicago Collection by Glam Polish

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Iconic Chicago Polish Con 2017 Collection.

Hey guys! Today I have a look at the Chicago 2017 Polish Con exclusive collection releasing from Glam Polish! If you are interested in any of these polishes you will need to attend the event this year, find a trusted polish mule, or hope for over pour on your favorites! This collection was sent to me for review.

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That’s The Chicago Way shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

First up is “That’s The Chicago Way” inspired by The Untouchables. This polish is described as an “intense holo with ultra holo glitter, fine gold holo microglitter and a mix of three shades of colorshifting multichrome flakies” and was completely opaque in 2 easy coats.

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That’s The Chicago Way at an angle under artificial lighting.
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That’s The Chicago Way at an angle in direct sunlight.

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All I Do Is Supply A Demand shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next is “All I Do Is Supply A Demand” which is inspired by Al Capone himself. This polish is described as a “dusty lavender subtle holo crelly with shifting multichrome flakies, fine gold holo microglitter, bright pink holo microglitter and rose holo microglitter” and was opaque for me in 2 crelly like coats.

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All I Do Is Supply A Demand at an angle under artificial lighting.
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All I Do Is Supply A Demand at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Keep The Change Ya Filthy Animal shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “Keep The Change Ya Filthy Animal” inspired of course by Home Alone. This polish is described as an “amethyst jelly with ultra holo glitter, fine holo microglitter, color shifting iridescent glitter and color shifting iridescent flakies” and I had full coverage in 2 coats but 3 may be preferred.

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Keep The Change Ya Filthy Animal at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Keep The Change Ya Filthy Animal at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Ok Boys: Let’s Go Make A Withdrawal shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is “Ok Boys: Let’s Go Make A Withdrawal” inspired by John Dillinger. This polish is described as a “bright violet packed with crimson shimmer and Indigo/Purple/Red shifting multichrome flakies” and it was completely opaque in 2 easy coats.

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Ok Boys: Let’s Go Make A Withdrawal at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Ok Boys: Let’s Go Make A Withdrawal at an angle in direct sunlight.

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We’re Putting The Band Back Together shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “We’re Putting The Band Back Together” which is inspired by The Blues Brothers. This polish is described as a “dark berry jelly packed with strong purple/green/blue shimmer and holographic flakies” and built up to a beautifully squishy finish in 2 coats.

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We’re Putting The Band Back Together at an angle under artificial lighting.
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We’re Putting The Band Back Together at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Flakie On The Lakie shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have “Flakie On The Lakie” and it is inspired by a member of the Glam Polish fan group! This polish is best described as a “blue tinted holo jelly with ultra holo glitter and indigo/green/purple shifting iridescent flakies” and built up perfectly in 2-3 coats depending on preference of depth.

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Flakie On The Lakie at an angel under artificial lighting.
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Flakie On The Lakie at an angle in direct sunlight.

That wraps up today’s swatch and review, be sure to follow Glam Polish’s social media platforms to stay up to date on all future releases and restocks:

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