I'm excited to announce the addition of several new polishes to my Etsy shop! These are the new pretties that I've been working on lately:
Left to Right: Treasure Chest, Fruit Punch, Sea Monster, Companion Polish, Orb of Thessala
Orb of Thessala: This is another Buffy: The Vampire Slayer inspired lacquer to go along with Pirate Polish's The Buffster. Orb of Thessala is a mixture of small white and silver square glitter in a clear base swimming with holographic shimmer. Very sparkly and ethereal, and lots of fun to layer over different bases; below you can see it over white and over black.
Treasure Chest: A glitzy gold glitterbomb that would satisfy any pirate's hunger for treasure. This is a mixture of several gold glitters (including lots of gold holographic glitter), large "rubies", and gold coins of every variety. Here it is layered over a plain black creme, and the third picture is blurry to show off the crazy holographic potential of this polish.
Sea Monster: A mixture of different sizes of vibrant turquoise and holographic glitters in a glossy clear base, including large blue-green holographic hexagonal glitters and large square silver holographic glitter. This combination makes me think of mysterious watery depths, and I think it pairs lovely with a black base (as shown here), but I'm looking forward to trying this over a variety of other colours.
The last two shades I want to introduce are ones I've experimented with in several different renditions, but these are the ones I've settled on.
Fruit Punch: I've been playing around a lot with jelly formulas (so much fun!), and came up with a lovely warm red-pink jelly tone I'm calling Fruit Punch. This is still squishy looking, but opaque at 2 coats, and it's positively loaded with holographic shimmer. This blazes in the sun!
Companion Polish: Last, but certainly not least, I have the long-awaited final version of my Companion Polish. Drawing inspiration from the video game Portal, this is a mixture of different sizes and shapes of white and grey glitter, and a lot of pink hearts. Don't worry; you'll never be required to incinerate your Companion Polish!
Companion Polish pictured here with a plush Companion Cube... Awww!
This is Companion Polish layered over a light grey creme:
And it looks like Companion Polish found a Companion Domo! Did somebody say "cute overload"?
Treasure Chest and Orb of Thessala are now available on the Pirate Polish Etsy shop, and Fruit Punch, Sea Monster, and Companion Polish will be joining them shortly.
You can also find Pirate Polish on Facebook, and any inquiries can be made via Etsy conversation or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What do you think of the new Pirate Polish lacquers? Is anything catching your eye? I'd love to hear your feedback!