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Nvr Enuff Polish: Hidden Gems of DSNY Collection

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Hi everyone! I have a new collection from Nvr Enuff Polish to share with you today! This collection will be debuting at The Indie Shop on May 19th in Anaheim, California and it will be available online on May 26th. Since this Indie Shop’s theme is TISneyland, the girls went with a Disney themed collection. This six piece collection is inspired by some of Disney’s hidden gems, little parts of the Disney experience that more seasoned Disney fans will love. All six of these share “hidden” turquoise microflakes and linear holo. These are SO sparkly and have impeccable formulas. I had no staining or removal issues on any of these.

Nvr Enuff Polish Pin Trader
Two Coats Plus Top Coat, Shown In Sunlight
Pin Trader is a metallic silver base with a ton of hidden turquoise microflakes and linear holo. This polish is inspired by pin trading in the park. You can ask Disney workers to trade you and if you’re there early or you get lucky enough you can find some truly sought after or special edition pins this way! I think the turquoise flakes in here make this silver lean a little blue or green.
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Nvr Enuff Polish Pan’s Waitlist
Two Coats Plus Top Coat, Shown In Sunlight
Pan’s Waitlist is a bright lime green with a ton of hidden turquoise micro flakes and linear holo. This polish in inspired by a secret line you can wait in during the fireworks to be one of the first to ride Peter Pan once Fantasyland opens back up for the evening! Since this is a green, the flakes aren’t as apparent in this base as in some of the other polishes.IMG_4934IMG_4935IMG_4933
Nvr Enuff Polish Go Away Green
Two Coats Plus Top Coat, Shown In Sunlight
Go Away Green is a stunning bright turquoise with hidden turquoise microflakes, a blue duochrome shift, and linear holo. This polish is inspired by Walt Disney’s creation of an “ugly” paint color to draw the park-goers’ eyes away from areas he wanted to keep more hidden. I’m not sure how the idea of an “ugly” color inspired this polish though, because I’m pretty sure my eyes would be drawn right to this! It’s my favorite of the collection by far! Again, as the base is turquoise, the flakes are not as apparent in this polish, but it is spectacular in the sun!
IMG_4770IMG_4772IMG_4771IMG_4769  Nvr Enuff Polish Jessica’s Secret
Two Coats Plus Top Coat, Shown In Sunlight
Jessica’s Secret is a red base with a ton of hidden turquoise microflakes, a pink to violet to gold shifting shimmer, and linear holo. This polish is inspired by a magazine on the table in Minnie Mouse’s house where Jessica Rabbit adorns the front page of a lingerie ad! The flakes kind of smack you in the face in this one, and, to me, it leans a bit on the pink side of red.
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Nvr Enuff Polish Jingles
Two Coats Plus Top Coat, Shown In Sunlight
Jingles is a wine based beauty with tons of hidden turquoise microflakes, a pink to violet to gold shifting shimmer, and linear holo. This polish is inspired by a very special horse on the carousel in Fantasyland that was Walt’s favorite, that he then gifted to Julie Andrews after her role in Mary Poppins! The flakes in this polish almost give it the look of a microglitter but without the actual glitter, I think it looks really cool!
IMG_4951IMG_4950IMG_4946IMG_4949  Nvr Enuff Polish Straight Clubbin’
Two Coats Plus Top Coat, Shown In Sunlight
Straight Clubbin’ is a purple based stunner with a ton of hidden turquoise microflakes, a blue duochrome shift, and linear holo. This polish is inspired by the infamous, but not so hidden, Club 33 in New Orleans Square where you can wine and dine on some of the best food in the park! This polish is really pretty and super vampy!
IMG_4775IMG_4777IMG_4776IMG_4774   While I have been to Disney World MANY times, I’ve never been to Disneyland! After swatching this collection, though, I really want to go! I wish I could be there for The Indie Shop, just so I could hang out with Lynnae and Alix, they’re just the best! But don’t worry if you can’t make it because these will be launching online on May 26th!

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Thanks for reading,
Jessica (but not Jessica Rabbit)

 

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