Friday, June 10, 2016

Indie Swatch and Review - Magic Mirror by DIFFERENT dimension

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Hello lovely readers! Today I am reviewing Magic Mirror by 3-free indie maker DIFFERENT dimension.



Before I go into my review, I wanted to step back and provide you some information on a trend that is popular among indie nail polish makers. Often, indie polish makers have Facebook fan pages in which they interact with consumers and in which consumers show their love for the brands.

The number of indie polish makers that offer custom polishes in their Facebook groups is continuing to grow. A custom polish is a limited edition nail polish that is created with input from members of the fan page and it is available only to said members. Every so often I find myself falling in love with a custom from an indie brand I love and Magic Mirror is my latest custom polish purchase.

Magic Mirror features strong holographic particles and holographic flakies in a blacken base. It has a glossy finish and charcoal gray color when it dries. The first coat goes on sheer but it builds up quickly. The formula applies nicely and self-levels without any effort. Due to the larger holographic particles and flakies, removal does require a bit of effort (not too bad). Shown below are two coats plus top coat.

Magic Mirror nail polish swatch by different dimension




Overall, I really love this polish. I'll probably wear it more during the Fall/Winter, but for now I'll use it as a base for my nail art. If you are a polish lover but you are not familiar with indie makers, I suggest you check out DIFFERENT dimension. This is one of my favorite brands due to its beautiful creations and excellent customer service.


I hope you enjoyed this review, and stay tuned for more Facebook custom indie polishes to be featured in my blog!

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