Swatches | December 2017 | Monthly Awareness Polish Box | Missing and Exploited Children

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The December 2017 Monthly Awareness Polish Box

Hey guys! I’m a little late on these but today I have a look at the December 2017 Monthly Awareness Polish Box! This month 10% of all proceeds will be donated to Missing and Exploited Children and you can chose as many or as few polishes as you would like. These are available right now here and I will jump right in!

AHomeBottle
Help Bring Them Home shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

First up is “Help Bring Them Home” by Poshlish! This polish is described as a ” thermal opalescent magenta that turns from a rich opal magenta at its warmest and soft sheer opal with a slight hint of purple at it’s coolest.” This polish has a bit of a thicker and sticky formula so you will definitely want to let it dry down completely before going in for the next coat. I captured mostly the cold shift today!

AHomeBottom
Help Bring Them Home at an angle under artificial lighting. 
AHomeAngle
Help Bring Them Home at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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AVigilentBottle
Stay Vigilant shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting. 

Next is “Stay Vigilant” by Pretty Beautiful Unlimited shown at just 2 coats! This polish is described as a ” crelly-ish red base with spectraflair, holo micro flakies, red/gold/green crystal flakies and chameleon micro glitters.” The formula and finish on this polish are just outstanding!

AVigilentBottom
Stay Vigilant at an angle under artificial lighting. 
AVigilentAngle
Stay Vigilant at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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AMindBottle
Always On My Mind shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

Next is “Always On My Mind” by All Mixed Up Laquers and it is described as a ” emerald green with blue micro flakies, iridescent flakies and scattered holo.” This one started out a little sheer but built up nicely in 3 coats.

AMindBottom
Always On My Mind at an angle under artificial lighting.
AMindAngle
Always On My Mind at an angle under artificial lighting.

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ABuddyBottle
Buddy System shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

Next is “Buddy System” by Sassy Pants Polish and it is described as a “dark aqua teal shimmer with scattered holo.” This one does build up nicely in 3 coats but be wary of brushstrokes!

ABuddyBottom
Buddy System at an angle under artificial lighting. 
ABuddyAngle
Buddy System at an angle under artificial lighting.

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ANeverBottle
Never Forgotten shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

Next is “Never Forgotten” by Starlight Polish! This polish is described as a “sky blue with green shimmer, translucent micro flakes that shine green, and iridescent sparkle that shows greens, blue, pink, and violet.” It did need 3 coats for full opacity but that finish is delicious!

ANeverBottom
Never Forgotten at an angle under artificial lighting. 
ANeverAngle
Never Forgotten at an angle under artificial lighting.

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AHopeBottle
Never Lose Hope shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have “Never Lose Hope” by Night Owl Lacquer! This polish is described as a “purple linear holo with rainbow shifting iridescent shreds and pink to teal shifting shimmer” and it could not be more amazing in just 2 coats!

AHopeBottom
Never Lose Hope at an angle under artificial lighting. 
AHopeAngle
Never Lose Hope at an angle under artificial lighting.

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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