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piCture pOlish // Badass, by Sassy Shelly

Hi ladies! Today, I'm showing you a gorgeous piCture pOlish. It's a collaboration shade made with the lovely Sassy Shelly. You can take a look at her beautiful swatches on her blog here.

Badass is a black/dark grey holographic polish with lots of multi-colored micro-flakes.

It was one of the first piCture pOlish made with their new holographic pigment "Bijou Holo", so there's no spectraflair in this polish! 

For these photos, I applied 2 coats of Badass. No top coat.
Great formula, smooth finish, no issue at all.

Badass can be purchased directly from piCture pOlish for AU$12.00, or via one of their stockists: Llarowe in the US ($14.50), Harlow & Co in Canada ($15.50), Sally Magpies in the UK (£12.50) or Pshiiit Boutique in France (13,00€) - full list here.

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  1. Just the kind of dark polish I like :)

  2. Your swatches are phenomenal! Thank you so much! <3

    1. ♥ Thank you Shelly!!!!! It means a lot coming from you =D


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