Saturday, 29 March 2014

Pahlish The Oldest Question - swatch & review

It seems that Saturdays are now a traditional swatch day here - anything that's been done three times is a tradition, right? This week I want to show you the second Doctor Who inspired polish I ordered from Rainbow Connection UK - The Oldest Question.

Pahlish The Oldest Question - two coats with one coat of Seche Vite and in natural daylight.

The Oldest Question is a medium grey crelly with a beautiful glitter mix - there are numerous small and large copper hexes and a smattering of gold circle pieces. There is also a bit of a copper shimmer throughout the polish. The base is fairly opaque - this is two medium coats - but the glitter is nonetheless nicely visible. The glitter is also very well distributed, there's no fishing or dabbing needed to achieve a great look. It dries a bit uneven, so a generous layer of top coat is needed for a glossy, smooth manicure.

Two coats of The Oldest Question by Pahlish - probably the most colour accurate photo.
This is a gorgeous polish that's super easy to apply and would probably suit most skin tones. If you love grey crellies and glitter, you should definitely go for it.

"The first question — the oldest question in the universe hidden in plain sight. Would you like to know what it is?"
Doctor Who?
Doctor Who?
Doctor.... Who?

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