swatches and review
hello everyone today i will be posting various swatches of the lovely Wooty Hoot Creaions polishes.:) I have some spring time polishes as well as her "Marilyn and Audrey" duo collaboration that she did with CDB lacquers.
First up we have "Yellow Canery". Yellow Canery is a creamy shimmery yellow. when i think of spring I definitely think of birds:) Below I have 2 coats topped with Seche Vite and a Canary accent nail.
Next up we have the gorgeous "Baby Birds". Baby birds is a gorgeous creamy crelly with pastel yellow, baby blue, and blue hex and circle glitters. below i paired with some chevron I applied 2 coats on its own topped with seche. The formula was really nice and smooth.
The last swatch of the spring collection I own is "Strand of Pearls". Strand of Pearls is a shimmery pearl white:) It's meant to be worn with a matte top coat but is a gloss. Below I have 2 generous coats topped with a matte top coat by Salon Perfect and a pearl necklace accent nail. :)
"Seeing Stars" is not from the spring collection but its so gorgeous I couldn't pass it up! It's a beautiful holo small and medium hex as well as star glitter! I swatched this one twice because I used it twice already.:) Once over Essies "No Place Like Chrome" and once over "Are You Jelly?" both topped with one coat of Seche Vite.
A Blurred Shot so you can see all its holo goodness :))
Next up I have Whooty Hoot Creations half of the "Audrey and Marilyn" Collab with CDB Lacquers!:D I love Marilyn Monroe so I was so excited about this duo and it did not dissapoint! This lovely red is called "Don't Deserve Me At My Best". This lovely Maraschino red is the perfect red good to go in one coat! This lovely red also has a few flakies scattered. Below is one coat topped with Seche Vite.
And last but not least I have "I'm Possible" the Audrey inspired glitter topper. Its a white, baby blue, and silver circle hex and shard glitter :) It also contains fine holo micro glitter! Such a beautiful topper I will definitely be using this topper often!:D Below is one coat over China Glaze "Too Yacht to Handle" topped with Seche Vite.