Some Pretty Serious shades + Nailmail

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Thanks to Nailmail today I’ll show you three Pretty Serious polishes. I have never used any of their polishes before, it was time to try them. Pretty Serious is an Australian indie brand – well I guess, the Australian part doesn’t surprise anyone since Australia is the home of koalas, kangaroos and awesome indie nail polish brands. PS is also cruelty free and vegan, one bottle contains 11 ml of nail polish.

After these general informations, let’s hop onto the polishes.

 All That Remains

All That Remains is part of the Post Apocalyptic Princess collection. It has a greyish blue base with some gold shimmer – not much, only a tiny amount to spice up your life the shade. (2 coats)

Eye of Copernicus

Eye of Copernicus was launched in the The Museum of Nailentology collection. It’s a dark blue jelly with the tiniest silver glitters, that make the polish look like the night sky. Looooooooove.*_* (2 coats)

No-Buy

No-Buy was part of the Serious Business collection. It’s an orange-y red with loads of gold shimmer (that sometimes has pink flashes too). (2 réteg) (2 coats)

This was only a tiny introduction to the brand, you’d better check out all the other shades at their main page or at Nailmail.

And a little surprise: use the code PS10 (between October 20th and 27th) if you order two or more Pretty Serious shades from Nailmail and get 10% off from the entire purchase! :)

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  • Lara Leaf - 2016-10-22 - 14:31

    I have been hearing good things about this brand for quite awhile and finally took the plunge early this year. I have been very satisfied with the polish I have been buying from them. They have a good formula and they have a great range of colors and finishes. I love the polishes you swatched – I actually have a couple of them! – they look great on your beautiful nails!ReplyCancel

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