Danglefoot Nail Polish: Book Collection Swatches & Review

Hi, hello, hi! I’m back! I can’t seem to keep up with myself recently and have been seriously slacking on the blog post front. But today I have new swatches – the Book Collection from Danglefoot Nail Polish. Unfortunately, a lot of these have sold out now but she’s always releasing new collections, including the most recent Guardians of the Galaxy! I own quite a few polishes from this indie brand and they are always super high quality, 5-free and cruelty free!

Narnia

This shifting multichrome of green, gold and pink is inspired by the magical land of Narnia. It practially glows! This is 3 coats.

In the Light of the Moon

Inspired by the beginning of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, this fairytale like multichrome shifts pink/purple/blue/gold and a hint of green. I moslty managed to capture the purple! This is 3 coats.

The Wishing Chair

A pink/peach polish with shifts to green and gold, inspired by Enid Blytons fantasy series. I love the golden colour to this one. Again, 3 coats.

The Secret Garden

A deep and rich purple full of holo flakes for a broad linear holo finish and a pink/turquoise shimmer. This one is inspired by classic, The Secret Garden. This is 2 coats.

The Clock Strikes 13

This vibrant leaning blue with a broad linear holo sparkle and green/turquoise shimmer is inspired by another classic, Tom’s Midnight Garden. This is 2 coats.

Let the Wild Rumpus Begin

Last but not least we have this stunning black with a broad linear holo finish with holo flakes and a blue/fuchsia shimmer. Of course it’s inspired by Where The Wild Things Are! 2 coats again.

I obviously had to get this book inspired collection, being an avid reader, and I was not dissapointed! Make sure to follow Danglefoot Nail Polish on instagram for updates!

C x

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5 thoughts on “Danglefoot Nail Polish: Book Collection Swatches & Review

  1. In the Light of the Moon is absolutely stunning! The colors almost look softer than a typical multichrome, if that makes any sense. So unique, hope to be able to snag it someday (if Beautometry is able to restock it).

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