Grace-full Nail Polish’s latest collection, inspired by our favorite fairy tales, is releasing on September 28th at 8PM AEST. You can find these beauties on the Grace-full Nail Polish website.
First up is a light sky blue inspired by Cinderella: “If the Shoe Fits”.
If the Shoe Fits is a light blue linear holographic with blue and pink shimmer and chameleon iridescent flakes. This shade was opaque in two coats of polish for me.
This shade is beautiful in the sunlight and in the shade. Here’s a shot of this shade under direct sunlight where the holographic effect takes over!
Here’s another shot of this shade outdoors in indirect light, where you can see the beautiful iridescent flakies.
Next up is “Hair-o-ine”, my personal favorite from this collection.
Hair-o-ine has an orchid purple linear holographic base and is packed with lavender and pink shimmer. This shade was inspired by Rapunzel. This polish was opaque in two coats of color for me.
In direct sunlight, the purplen deepens up and the holographic shimmer is stunning!
In indirect light, you can see some small flakes and the lavender shimmer.
“Sirens’ Tale” is inspired by everyone’s favorite, The Little Mermaid.
This shade is a turquoise metallic glitter shade with sparks of blue metallic flakes. I used three coats of polish for these swatch photos.
This shade is absolutely stunning in direct light! The green glitters also appear more turquoise with a green glow in direct sunlight.
In indirect lighting, you can see the amount of glitters packed into this polish.
“Pick Your Poison” is a killer red inspired by Snow White.
Pick Your Poison is a bright red with aurora shimmer that makes the color appear hot pink in some lighting and bright red in other lighting. This color was opaque in two coats of polish for me.
In direct sunlight, this shade appears more red with an intense pink shimmer.
In indirect light, this shade appears more hot pink.
This green holographic was inspired by The Frog Prince.
“Kiss a Prince” is is a pea green linear holographic with rose gold flakies and pink, green, and gold crystal chameleon flakes. This shade was opaque in two coats of polish for me.
Here are a couple shots of Kiss a Prince in indirect light where you can see the beautiful flakies!
Up next are three beautiful thermals! First up is “Belle of the Ball”, a yellow thermal inspired by Beauty and the Beast.
This shade is a warm yellow to very light yellow thermal with red and gold microglitter. This shade was opaque in two coats of polish for me.
In the cold state, Belle of the Ball is a warm, bright yellow.
In the warm state, it transitions to a cool, very light yellow.
Finally, here are some shots of this shade outdoors in direct sunlight.
The next thermal is “Sleeping Rose”, inspired by Sleeping Beauty.
This shade is a light pink to rose pink shifting thermal with gold flakies scattered throughout. I needed three coats of polish to ensure that this shade was still opaque in the warm state.
Here’s a shot in the cold state, a beautiful rose pink.
Here is the warm state, a light pink.
Here’s a shot of this shade outdoors under direct sunlight; I love how the sun hits those gold flakes!
In indirect light, the multitude of flakes are even more noticeable.
Finally, the last shade I have to share from this collection, and another thermal, is “Mr. Right”, which was inspired by Prince Charming.
Mr. Right is a royal blue to medium blue thermal with silver flakes and aurora shimmer. This shade was opaque in three coats of polish for me.
In the cold state, this shade is a dark royal blue.
In the warm state, this shade is a medium sky blue.
Here’s a shot of this shade outdoors under direct sunlight.
In indirect light, the microflakies stand out beautifully!
The polishes shown in this post were sent to me for free in exchange for swatching and my honest review. 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.