Anyway, the five polishes I have for review are all gorgeous scattered holographic polishes that feature larger holographic hex glitters that correspond in color. They all have a ton of depth and dry to a slightly textured finish, but just one coat of top coat smoothed them all out for me! Let's look at them individually:
Elixir is a lime green scattered holographic polish with a ton of green holographic hexes throughout. This color is bright and funky - and just perfect for Halloween! The formula was easy to work with and I didn't have to fish around to get the larger glitters onto my brush. Shown above is three thin coats with top coat.
Pentacle is hands-down my absolute favorite in the collection. It is described as a charcoal scattered holographic polish, with a ton of holographic hex glitters. It looks like there is an entire galaxy on my nails!! A ton of the glitters came out onto my nails (again, no fishing necessary), and I just love the effect they give. This polish truly sparkled! Shown above is two easy coats with top coat.
Wicked is a blurple (somewhere between blue and purple) scattered holographic polish that features holographic hex glitters. Another gorgeous and deep polish! The holographic glitters in this one are actually a deep blue, so they might not seem visible in the photo at first - but look closely! You can see those flecks of blue present on each nail. I love this one! Shown above is two easy coats and top coat.
Sorceress is a berry scattered holographic polish with a ton of holographic pink hex glitters throughout. This one is for you pink lovers! It's got that very girly touch, and it applied flawlessly, although it had a slightly more jelly-like formula than the others. Shown above is three thin coats with top coat.
And finally, we have another perfectly Halloween color, Warlock, an orange scattered holographic polish with orange holographic hex glitters. I love this shade of orange because it reminds me of pumpkins and Halloween and all things autumn! As with the pink, this one was slightly more jelly-like, so for the above photo, I painted three thin coats with top coat.
Overall, I'm loving these unique polishes and they're making me very excited for Halloween! (Even though it's barely mid-September.. haha! I think that adding the larger holographic glitters to the already holographic bases makes these polishes really interesting and gives them depth. My favorites are definitely Pentacle and Elixir, but I enjoyed them all and I can see myself wearing them all October.
The Cast A Spell Part II collection will be available for preorder starting September 17th from Glam Polish's online shop for $11.95 USD each or for $99.99 USD for the entire 9 piece collection. You can follow Glam Polish on Facebook for news and updates.
Which of these Halloween-y polishes are your favorite?
These polishes were provided for my honest review.