16 March 2015

Delush Polish Spring to Conclusions Collection Swatches + Review

- PROVIDED FOR REVIEW -

Hello guys! I know I am super behind on posting these - as I mentioned a couple days ago, my computer has just been so slow so editing photos and writing blog posts is taking a really long time lately. But not to worry, I've got a new one on the way!

Anyway, today I've got the Delush Polish Spring to Conclusions collection that's new for Spring 2015. This set contains six gorgeous spring crellies packed with colorful glitters.

I am absolutely in love with the Delush crelly ("crelly" = somewhere between an opaque creme and a sheer jelly polish!) formula - application is so smooth and surprisingly opaque! Plus, I didn't have to fish for ANY glitters in this collection - they were on my brush easily without even storing the bottles upside down (although I do recommend doing that with all glitter polishes!) Anyway, let's get into it:




50 Shades of Yay is a super springy white crelly packed with soft pastel glitters, as well as neon pink hexes and large aqua circle glitters. This color combination just screams spring to me! I absolutely love the mix of colors in here. I definitely could have gotten away with two coats for opacity, but I like adding a third coat with most crellies for glitter depth! Shown above is two easy coats with top coat, no fishing or dabbing required.


Here is a close up in the bottle and on the nail. Seriously, doesn't this color scheme remind you of Peeps?


A Peony for Your Thoughts is another white crelly packed with fuchsia glitters in various shapes and sizes, including large circle glitters, as well as a light scattering of purple hexes. Another super gorgeous shade! Even though all the glitters in here are pink, I love how the white base makes them look like a ton of different shades. Again, I could have gotten away with two coats here, but I added a third for more glitter. Shown above is three coats with top coat, no fishing or dabbing required.


Here is a close up in the bottle and on the nail. You can see I got two giant circle glitters on my nail just from painting normally, but if you want an equal distribution of larger glitters, I recommend placing them with a toothpick on your first coat and then lightly painting over them with the second.


An Offer You Can't Refuchsia is a bright fuchsia jelly packed with red and light blue glitters in various shapes and sizes, including small circle glitters. Colorwise, this was one of my absolute favorites in the collection, but formula wise it was a bit tougher than the others. Since it's so glitter heavy, application was a bit thick. But I think it was totally worth it for this unique mix of glitters! I absolutely love the small circle glitters. Shown above is three coats with top coat, no fishing required.


Here is a close up in the bottle and on the nail. I love how the blue glitters look almost periwinkle or dark blue in the bottom layers of the polish!


Springing in the Rain is my absolute favorite polish in the collection! It's a bright sky blue crelly packed with various fuchsia and white glitters and even some little microglitters! Again, this one has the small circle glitters which I so love - and can we take a moment to drool over this color palette?! What a perfect spring polish! Shown above is just two coats with top coat, no fishing or dabbing required.


Here is a close up in the bottle and on the nail. Seriously in love!


No spring collection is complete without a mint shade, right? Amazemint is a soft mint crelly filled with white and turquoise glitters in various sizes. It's so pretty and delicate! I know I keep repeating myself but I'll say it again - this polish was pretty opaque in two coats but I added a third for more depth. Shown above is three coats with top coat, no fishing or dabbing required.


Here is a close up in the bottle and on the nail. Do I see tiny iridescent glitters in there?! I think so!


Last but certainly not least we have In the Prime of My Lime, a super bright lime green jelly filled with white and yellow hexes in various sizes, as well as a slight shimmer. This is so pretty, and it reminds me of dandelions in the grass! I can also see myself wearing this shade in the summer since it's so bright. Shown above is three coats with top coat, no fishing or dabbing required.


Here is a close up in the bottle and on the nail!

Overall, I am super impressed with this entire collection. Spring generally isn't my favorite time of year for nail polishes because I think they tend to be a bit pale and dull for my taste, but this entire collection is packed with bright colors that really make me excited for warmer weather! My top picks are Springing in the Rain, An Offer You Can't Refuchsia, and 50 Shades of Yay - in that order! How about yours?

The Spring to Conclusions collection is available from the Delush Polish website for $8.95 USD each, or $48 USD for the entire collection.

PRODUCTS USED:
Base: Nailtiques Formula 2 Plus, available here
Polishes: listed above
Top: KBShimmer Clearly on Top, available here,

15 comments:

  1. This collection is AMAZING!!! I usually tend to run from crellies but this really makes me want to try them. My favorites are A Peony For Your Thoughts, An Offer You Can't Refuchsia, and Springing In The Rain!

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  2. Some awesome crelly and jelly shades in here! Very pretty they all are.

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  3. Very nice polishes and amazing swatches!

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  4. Hahaha, well I love crellies but I usually think spring ones are a little boring - and I agree, this collection is just fabulous!! Thank you :)

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  5. I'm just in love with your collections and application!

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  6. Your swatches are divine, as usual! I've only gotten the chance to wear one of these so far, but I can't wait to wear the rest!

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  7. I'm not a huge fan of glitters but I have to admit that I can see myself wearing 50 Shades of Yay or A Peony for Your Thoughts ! Thank you for these amazing swatches :)

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  8. So have I told you I am kind of obsessed with those swatch collages?! I usually don't love chunky glitters but you make them look beautiful. Esp Amazemint!

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  9. I am obsessed with how smooth and perfect these appear on your nails. LOVE the first shade!

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  10. I totally love all the colors! pretty cute nails too :)

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  11. I seriously love every single one. An awesome spring collection!

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