Dystopia Nail Polish – Gothic Fictions: Swatches & Review

*PRODUCTS WERE SENT TO ME TO REVIEW*

Today’s post is all about Dystopia Nail Polish, a new UK indie nail polish brand ran by Sara. All Dystopia Nail Polish is cruelty free and vegan, and it has a 10-free base. This newest collection is based on Sara’s favourite Gothic Fictions, and will be released on the 29th of April.

Duality of Man

This is a gorgeous purple (cold) to green (warm) thermal with scattered holo! This has a lovely formula, it took 3 coats to get to full opacity. It’s inspired by the Strange Case of Jekyll and Hide by Robert Louis Stevenson.

His Evil Eye

I think this is my favourite of the collection! It has a stunning silver base and is packed full of beautiful flakies – look at all the colours! This took just 2 coats. It is inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart.

His Hideous Heart

A gorgeous vibrant red with gold aura pigment, which gives it an amazing shimmer! This is 3 thin coats. This is also inspired by The Tell-Tale Heart.

To Define is to Limit

Okay, I lied, this one is my favourite. Just look at that shift! It has a deep green to purple to blue mutlichrome finish and it is absolutely beautiful to watch. This is 3 coats. It’s inspired bu The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde.

Overall, this collection is stunning AND fun. The formula’s of the polishes are good too, although I reckon you should use a black under To Define is to Limit to make it last longer!

Make sure to head over to Dystopia Nail Polish on instagram and check out her other polishes on the website!

C x

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