Swatches | Little Miss Nutcracker Holiday 2017 Collection by Morgan Taylor

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Little Miss Nutcracker Collection by Morgan Taylor!

Hey guys! Today I have a look at the Little Miss Nutcracker collection for the holiday 2017 collection out now from Morgan Taylor! This collection was sent to me for review as part of the Preen.Me VIP program, if you are interested in signing up to receive our own possible products check it out here!

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Dreaming of Gleaming shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting. 

First up is Dreaming of Gleaming, a ” liquid silver metallic.” This polish has a seriously opaque formula that is going to be amazing for stamping! It went on nicely in just 1 easy coat but I did sponge on a 2nd coat for my swatches today to blur out any brushstrokes.

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Dreaming of Gleaming at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Dreaming of Gleaming at an angle under artificial lighting.

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Just Tutu Much shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Just Tutu Much, a “glamour gold metallic.” This formula is full of tiny micro flakes in gold and metallic finishes and goes on smoothly in 2 coats! I did notice some minimal brushstroking.

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Just Tutu Much at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Just Tutu Much at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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Plum-Thing Magical shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is Plum-Thing Magical and it is described as a “royal purple shimmer.” That is such a perfect description of this polish and it is definitely my top pick of the collection! My swatches are shown at 2 coats today but you may prefer to do 3 to build up even more of that amazing shimmer!

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Plum-Thing Magical at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Plum-Thing Magical at an angle under artificial lighting.

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Don’t Toy With My Heart shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Don’t Toy With My Heart, a “shimmery red” with a easy to use 2 coat formula. This fiery red is perfect for the holiday season or all year round with flashes of orange at extreme angles!

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Don’t Toy With My Heart at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Don’t Toy With My Heart at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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You Crack Me Up at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next is You Crack Me Up which is best described as a ” bright, sparkly, glittery green.” This polish is a bright metallic micro glitter in a green tinted base that builds to full opacity in 2 easy coats. This polish does dry down a little bit textured so I recommend going in with a coat of your favorite quick dry topcoat.

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You Crack Me Up at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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You Crack Me Up at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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Baby It’s Bold Outside shown at 1-2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Baby It’s Bold Outside, a ” deep, creamy, navy blue” with a dreamy formula! This is the only cream of the collection and it definitely stands out with it’s amazing 1-2 coat formula.

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Baby It’s Bold Outside at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Baby It’s Bold Outside at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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Silver In My Stocking over Baby It’s Bold Outside under artificial lighting.

This is Silver In My Stocking, a “silver glitter” topper made of a clear base, scattered silver shimmers and larger silver shreds. This polish does dry down with a little texture so you will definitely want to smooth it out with a quick coat of topcoat.

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Silver In My Stockings at an angle under artificial lighting. 
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Silver In My Stockings.

This line is also available in the Gelish gel line out now!

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