Prism Polish Dragon Eggs Trio swatches & review

Prism Polish: Dragon Eggs Trio

I’m back from my mini hiatus! I needed to take a break from blogging for a week. I was posting 3-4 times a week and it was getting a bit much, I still have lots to share with you, so I’ll probably go back to posting 2-3 times a week now I’ve had a rest! Today I’m sharing the Prism Polish Dragon Eggs Trio. It’s based on Daenerys Targaryen’s dragons from Game of Thrones so I obviously had to get them. You can purchase them as a set, or as individuals, in both full size (10ml) or dinky size (6ml)! I picked up the dinky set for £15.Prism Polish Dragon Eggs Trio swatches and reviewViserionPrism Polish Dragon Eggs Trio - Viserion swatchesInstagram-23This is an absolutely gorgeous gold/silver linear holo. I love that its a mix of the two metals and really reflects the colours of Viserion.

DrogonPrism Polish Dragon Eggs Trio Dragon swatches & reviewInstagram-26Instagram-25A deep burgundy with red and gold shimmers, This almost looks black in some lights and especially so when mattified! Again this really looks like Drogon’s colourings.

RhaegalPrism Polish Dragon Eggs Trio Rhaegal swatches & reviewInstagram-28Instagram-29Instagram-30FInally, we have a beautiful green thermal! It’s dark green when cold and a bright, lime green when warm. I really like the pretty shifty thermals and the little touch of holo in this one. I love it mattified too and it definitely matches the colouring of Rhaegal.

I think that these colours all work so well together, and I like that each polish has a different finish to it. I mean, I’m obviously a bit bias because of my love for Game of Thrones!

C x

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