Pahlish “Venetian Carnival” Swatches and Review!

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Hi there everyone!  I have a colorful post for you all today!  Pahlish is releasing some gorgeous Linear Holographics for June and let me tell you… They are amazing!  They’re inspired by the Carnival of Venice which looks like it would be so much fun to attend!  Let’s dive right on in to the swatches.
Here’s a pretty picture of some of the colors at the Carnival.

First up we have Masquerade which is described as a royal purple linear holographic with pink sparks.  I used two easy coats for the photos below.


Next up we have Rialto, which is described as a sky blue linear holographic with blue sparks.  Two easy coats again, this one is a stunner!


Next is Casanova, which is described as a coral linear holographic with pink sparks.


Next is Venezia, which is described as a lime linear holographic with bright green sparks.  Two coats that went on easy again!  These polishes are perfect!


Next is Harlequin which is described as a berry linear holographic with pink sparks.  This one was most certainly my favorite out of this collection.  Two easy coats.
And last but not least is Bauta, which is described as a bright gold linear holographic with gold sparks.  Such a pretty cheerful shade!  I used two coats for the photos below.

This collection is so Gorgeous!!!  It was so pretty that I had to do some nail art to incorporate all of the colors together.  I used star nail vinyls and striping tape for this look.  I just love how it turned out!  I used all six colors for the gradient.

This collection releases on May 29th at 7 PM CST on Pahlish’s website.  Don’t forget to check out their Facebook page and give them a thumbs up to stay up to date on upcoming collections.  Thanks so much for reading today and I’ll talk to you all soon!


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