Polish & Co Nail Polishes Review and Swatches
Jul 3, 2012 by Harshleen
Today I’m reviewing two new polishes from a brand I was recently introduced to – Polish & Co. It’s a North Carolina based brand and their debut nail polish line is called “Hue Loves Me… Hue Loves Me Not”. The collection consists of “17 unique and enchanting hues, all lovingly designed to compliment a wide variety of skin tones.”
The first polish I have from the collection is Location Location Location that’s a classic red shade….it’s one of those universally flattering reds that you can’t go wrong with! The cream formula is on the thicker side but applies with ease without streaking or dragging. It dries pretty quickly as well. This polish needs two-three swipes for opaque, smooth coverage.
The next one is Too Much Info. It’s a reddish-pink shade with a cream formula and applies just as easily without any issues. It’s also a rich shade that’s opaque in two coats. The finish is smooth and glossy and you can easily get away without a top coat.
Made in USA, Polish & Co products are formulated without the use of the harmful ingredients like Formaldehyde, Toluene, DBP or Parabens. These polishes retail for $12 each which I think is a bit steep but overall the quality is really good. Both the polishes last really well without chipping for at least 4 – 5 days even without a top coat. I hope they come out with more fun shades soon!
Available at select boutiques and online at Polishandco.com. They are currently running a promotion where you can get Free shipping with the purchase of two or more polish bottles.
Disclosure: This review features a sample product provided by PR for consideration only and reflects my honest opinion as always!
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