Showing posts with label Daring Digits. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Daring Digits. Show all posts

Monday, March 11, 2013

Daring Digits Review (Pic Heavy)

Today I have three polishes from Daring Digits to review for you. I have been a huge fan of Daring Digits for awhile now. I love the formula and the great creations Ashley comes up with. She also as a lot of great sales every now and than which makes these very affordable!


To start I have Daring "This is an Anniversary polish celebrating my one year! It's packed with Matte glitters in many sizes and shapes and has a black jellyish base."


I applied one thin coat than a second thicker coat with the dabbing method. Formula is very easy to work with and dry time was much faster than I thought it would be.


I love that this one is titled Daring because to me it is very daring to wear this color. I am not one to wear black and rock it I would say I am to girly for that. This polish reminds me a lot of a jelly sandwich since most of the glitters are hidden in the base with a few on top that you can see.

You can purchase Daring HERE.


Next I have Popped "This awesome rainbow glitter polish has shredded and tiny matte glitters. It reminds me so much of a popped balloon!"


I applied one coat of Popped using the dabbing method over Lime Crime: Crema De Limon, Pastelchio, Once in a Blue Mousse, and Peaches n Cream. This glitter was very easy to work with, no fishing at all!


I was very excited to receive this polish because I love all indie multicolor glitters! You can use this topper on pretty much any color of your choice. This one is super fun because the glitter are like shards and not just hex and square shaped.

You can purchase Popped HERE.


Lastly I have Butterflies Make me Lupie "This is a GREAT Purple shimmer base packed with different sizes of purple hex glitter and silver butterflies"


 For application I used one coat of Butterflies Make me Lupie over Sinful Colors: White on White and Lime Crime: Lavendairy.The formula was great to work with, I did have to fish from the butterflies but I usually expect that when there is shaped glitters.


I of course love this polish the most, it is purple, sparkly, and has butterflies! The base has a gorgeous shimmer, you can see it well over Lavendairy. This polish is special since 50% of the proceeds from this polish go to the LFA (Lupus Foundation of America).

You can purchase Butterflies Make me Lupie HERE.


These were all great polishes, no complaints for any of their formulas or dry time.  You can also view all of Daring Digits polishes HERE. Also to find out about sales make sure to like her on Facebook! She has many colors with glitter toppers or tinted bases, I am sure you can find find one or more to suit you!



*The products in this review were given/sent to me by  Daring Digits in exchange for my honest opinion. The opinions within this review are completely my own.*

Monday, October 8, 2012

Fallen Leaves, Swatch

Using my mani from yesterday I swatched Fallen Leaves from Daring Digits. This is a gorgeous micro glitter. I will have to update with a bottle shot. I would say some of the colors are green, red, gold, brown, and orange. To me it looks like crunched up leaves, very pretty.
It took one thin coat to get this coverage, great formula. Top coat made it smooth to touch.

I love this glitter! It is crazy sparkly :)

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Denim n Dasies, Swatch

I have a fun etsy polish to show you today. This one is from Daring Digits, she has so many unique polishes and I have found that she has the best formula for being home made. Last month when I went on an esty haul she was having a sale of $5 for full size bottles! I grab sooo many, hopefully I will get around to swatching more for you.
My base color is piCture pOlish: bombshell, with one coat of Daring Digits: Denim n Dasies. Top coat of Out the Door.
This glitter is gorgeous, I am a huge blue and gold fan (U of M) so this is a cute way to use these colors. I found that I had to dig alittle to get the daisies but I liked that since I was able control where they went. Except for my ring finger where the blue glitter landed perfectly in the center of the flower! There are goreous dark blue glitters that you may not be able to see cause of my base color.
*update bottle shot*