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Polished For
Days: “Zeus and Hera”

A bright squishy pink jelly with
green-orange-yellow iridescent shifting flakes and scattered holographic micro
flakes

The theme for the “For The Love Of Polish”-box for February 2021 was love
stories.

The formula of “Zeus and Hera” is  good and it builds up to desired opacity in
two coats. The drying time is good.

I stamped hearts on it. I used the stamping plate
“Born Pretty-Valentine’s Day-L008”. I stamped with Max Factor’s
“Burgundy Crush”, which isn’t originally a stamping polish but it
stamps amazingly. 

Here’s the final manicure anyway.

Polished For Days: “Zeus and Hera”


I like this manicure!

Polished For Days: "Zeus and Hera"
Polished For Days: “Zeus and Hera”


 Here’s
“Zeus and Hera” on its own; two coats and no topcoat yet.

Polished For Days: "Zeus and Hera"
Polished For Days: “Zeus and Hera”



Here are the things I used today.


Here are links to the two other polishes in the February
2021 box:

Pahlish “Napoleon and Josephine”: A sapphire blue with
holographic flakes and iridescent blue-violet shimmer
Dreamland Lacquer “Cupid and Psyche”: A grey-blue crelly base with a
mix of iridescent flakies

“Zeus and Hera” isn’t exactly my colour but
the stamping definitely made it look nicer.  



“Zeus and Hera” was limited edition and is no longer available.

Number of
coats: 2
Drying time: Good

Finish: Crelly
with flakies

Overall impression: Good formula and nice flakies 
Buy again: No


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