Swatches | The Monthly Awareness Polish Box | November 2017| Diabetes Awareness

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The November 2017 Monthly Awareness Polish Box in honor of diabetes awareness.

Hey guys, today I have a look at the November 2017 Monthly Awareness Polish box that is available right now! 10% off all proceeds from this box will be donated to diatribe.org in honor of diabetes awareness. If you are interested any polish is available individually for $11 or you can choose your favorite 4 for $40! All six retail for $52 plus shipping and I did purchase my box with a blogger’s discount.

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Let’s Dia-beat This shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

First up is “Let’s Dia-beat This” by Different Dimensions! This polish is described as a “carnation pink linear holographic polish with added gold shimmers.” This gorgeous pink has an amazing 2 coat formula with intense holo payoff!

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Let’s Dia-Beat This at an angle under artificial lighting. 
ADiabeatSun
Let’s Dia-beat This at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Back To Circulation 101 shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “Back To Circulation 101” by Rise And Shine Lacquer and it is described as a “dark red with gold shift, red shimmer and gold holo.” This polish has a bit of a jelly base and built up perfectly for me in 3 coats.

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Back To Circulation 101 at an angle under artificial lighting. 
A101Sun
Back To Circulation at an angle in direct sunlight.

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ASugarBottle
Don’t Sugar Coat It shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “Don’t Sugar Coat It” by Night Owl Lacquer and it is described as a “medium grey with bright blue shimmer, blue to violet UCC flakies and bright silver flakes.” This crelly has great coverage and was perfectly opaque for me in 2 coats.

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Don’t Sugar Coat It at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Don’t Sugar Coat It at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Live-betes shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “Live-betes” by Pretty Beautiful Unlimited and it is described as a “light blue holo base with 2 types of illusion flakes, silver and baby blue holo micro shreds, crystal flakes and violet/blue/green shifting pigment.” This polish is full of glitters and built up nicely in 2 easy coats!

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Live-betes at an angle under artificial lighting.
ALiveSun
Live-betes at an angle in direct sunlight.

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ASweetBottle
Sweet Temptations shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “Sweet Temptations” by Turtle Tootsie Polishes and it is best described as a “black holo crelly with multiple holo and matte glitters.” This polish is suspended in a black jelly formula and built up nicely in 2-3 coats!

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Sweet Temptations at an angle under artificial lighting.
ASweetSun
Sweet Temptations at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Practice Safe Sugar 2 shown at 1 coat over black under artificial lighting.

Rounding out the box this month is “Practice Safe Sugar 2” by Sassy Pants Polish and it is described as a “sparkly holographic microglitter with blue microflakies and assorted holographic red hex glitters as well as a sprinkling of red holographic hearts.” The larger glitters stay suspended really well in this mix and as a whole applies pretty densely in just 1 coat! I swatched it today over Onyx by Tux Polish.

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Practice Safe Sugar at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Practice Safe Sugar at an angle in direct sunlight.

If you’d like to see more photos of this box I definitely recommend checking out some of the other amazing swatchers and joining in on the Monthly Awareness Polish Box’s social media platforms:

http://monthlyawarenesspolishbox.bigcartel.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Monthlyawarenesspolishbox/?fref=ts

https://www.instagram.com/monthlyawarenesspolishbox/

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