Friday, March 20, 2015

Green Glitter Indie Polish Spring Duo swatch and review!

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Hey y'all! 

Today on the blog, I have a swatch and review of the Green Glitter Indie Polish Spring Duo! I am so happy that spring is officially here and we can all start to open up our windows and break out the bright colors. 

Bobbi from Green Glitter Indie Polish was kind enough to send me her Spring Duo to swatch and review and I was so happy to do so! The Spring Duo features two bright and ultra feminine shades called Watermelon Spritzer and Orange Creamsicle. 

Top left: Watermelon Spritzer, top right: Orange Creamsicle, bottom left: macro of Watermelon Spriter, bottom right: macro of Orange Creamsicle
Better known as GG Indie Polish, all of Bobbi's polishes are big 5 free and cruelty free. They are supposed to be quick drying and long lasting. I did find that they dried quickly after applying which was actually a pleasant surprise for me because I didn't know that they had that quality! I never wear polish for very long, especially when I am swatching but I did wear Orange Creamsicle for two full days and only had very minor tip wear. I found that to be impressive since I am a stay at home mother of two boys which means lots of playing with cars, cleaning dirty hands, and folding laundry! 

Let's move on to the swatches. 

Watermelon Spritzer, 3 coats with topcoat 
Watermelon Spritzer was the first polish out of the duo that I swatched. It can best be described as a bright pink polish with gold micro shimmer throughout. This is shown in 3 coats plus top coat. I had no issues with the application of this polish and was very pleased with how it leveled itself out. The finish is not quite a cream or a jelly, but a crelly. I loved how squishy it was even though it was completely opaque. 

I included the macro of Watermelon Spritzer so that the gold shimmer is easier to see. 

Macro of Watermelon Spritzer 



Orange Creamsicle, 3 coats with topcoat
Moving on to my favorite of the duo, this is Orange Creamsicle. This polish can best be described as a peachy orange crelly polish with matte white circle glitter throughout. I found no issues with the application of this one either. I didn't have to do any major fishing to get the glitter out which surprised me because the glitter in this polish isn't densely packed. I expected to be fishing around forever but they came out almost all on their own! This is 3 coats with topcoat. Again, SO squishy. 

Here's a macro to show the glitter, this was on my thumb and all of these came out on their own.


Macro of Orange Creamsicle

Overall, I give this duo a thumbs up. Both polishes had formulas that were very easy to apply which is really my gauge on the quality of a polish when I first try it. I am really excited to try more polishes from GG Indie Polish! This duo is still available in her store if you'd like to purchase it. You can find it HERE. You can follow news on future releases and see more swatches on her INSTAGRAM. Go check her out! 
Left to right: Orange Creamsicle and Watermelon Spritzer

Have you ever tried any polishes by GG Indie Polish? Which polishes are you most looking forward to wearing for spring? 


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***All opinions expressed in this review are my own***




35 comments:

  1. I've never heard of GG Indie polish before. Watermelon Spritzer is so pretty!

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  2. Watermelon Spritzer such a cool name for a lush polish

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  3. Orange Creamsicle looks delicious!

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  4. They are really pretty! Like them both!

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    1. Me too! Such a pretty duo for spring.

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  5. Watermelon Spritzer is so beautiful! And Orange Creamsicle looks like so much fun!

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  6. So many beautiful indies so little money! Lol

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  7. This duo is so adorable, especially Orange Creamsicle.

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  8. New to me brand, thanks for sharing

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  9. Cool to hear about new brands :D Look forward to seeing what they come up with in the future.

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  10. These are so fun and springy! I love those big fat circles. I'm obsessed with circle glitters.

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    1. You and I have so many similar polish loves. I love the circle glitters too.

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  11. I've never tried GG - love hearing about new brands...or new to me!

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    1. The gold shimmer was even prettier in person.

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  13. Never tried this brand - orange cream sickle looks yummy!!!

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  14. I really like Watermelon Spritzer, it's perfect for summer.

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  15. I love Orange Creamsickle. It looks so retro and whimsical!

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    1. It is Michelle! You hit the nail on the head.

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