Glam Polish

Glam Polish “For the Stranded Witch or Wizard”

Happee birthdae, Harry! In honor of Harry Potter’s birthday, I’ve been sharing photos of my favorite Harry Potter-inspired polishes on my Instagram for the past week. Today I have a new Harry Potter shade to share from Glam Polish, inspired by the Knight Bus from the Harry Potter series.

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This shade is an exclusive shade created for members of Glam Polish’s Facebook fan group. Be sure to join the group today to access the code to buy this beauty at regular price!

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“For the Stranded Witch or Wizard” has an indigo jelly base with unicorn shimmer, iridescent shifting flakies, multichrome flakies, and holographic glitters. I used two coats of color to reach full opacity with this shade. The formula was a little runny on the first coat, but was overall very easy to apply. The flakies spread across the nail with ease. This polish is semi-textured due to the flakies, so I added a coat of glossy top coat on top.

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Here is this shade in natural lighting under direct sunlight.

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I also paired this polish with the beautiful cover of the illustrated version of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Based on this beautiful illustration, this polish is an incredible representation of the Knight Bus!

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Thank you so much for reading! If you’d like to keep up with my blog, take a peek at the right-hand sidebar where you can follow with your email address or WordPress account. You can also find me and my swatches on Instagram @rachelaughsnails, where I will be hosting a giveaway when I reach 350 followers!

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