Polish Alcoholic, Wind of Change

Hi loves, today I want to show you a nail polish from the indie brand Polish Alcoholic: the gorgeous Wind of Change, from the 2017 Summer collection. All the shades from this collection have the names of famous songs, and Wind of Change is inspired by the homonym Scorpions‘ song. If you sometimes buy nail polishes just for their name, this could be a plus! 😛

Polish Alcoholic, Wind of Change

Wind of Change is a jelly peacock blue with iridescent flakies and microglitter. It is quite easy to apply, although you need to regularly shake the bottle since flakies tend to stay at the bottom.

As most of the jelly nail polishes, even this one requires a lot of time to dry and at least 3-4 coats to be fully opaque. So, if you don’t have plenty of time or if you are simply impatient this isn’t the nail polish for you. On the other hand, if you are patient enough to wait for each coat to dry, this polish will reward you with a gorgeous deep and rich colour that will be noticed by everyone.

Lastly, let me say that Wind of Change tends to stain the nail, so you’d better wear it with a reliable base coat.

In my pictures you see 4 coats plus top coat.

Polish Alcoholic shades can be purchased directly from the creator’s Etsy shop: Polish Alcoholic Etsy. These nail polishes are entirely handmade and produced in limited quantities, so they are basically limited editions. For this reason Wind of Change isn’t in stock anymore, but there are many other gorgeous nail polishes that will catch your eye! Every nail polish comes in a 10ml bottle. Prices vary from 7,50€ to 8€ and shipping costs are generally low. Polish Alcoholic ships from the Netherlands.

What do you think of this shade? Did you know Polish Alcoholic? If you want some more information about the brand or if you want to know how was my shopping experience on that site, let me know in a comment: I’ll be happy to answer!

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