Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Sweet Heart Polish Sweet Bites Collection

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 Hello, hello, hello my favorite readers!! Today I have for you a brand new (and fabulous) collection from Sweet Heart Polish called the Sweet Bites Collection. I'm always on the hunt for a nice pastel, and all six of these polishes are great! Most of them have an almost crelly type formula, but build up so nicely and I am completely in love with them all. So let's not delay any further, and let's get to the polish!
First up is "Peach Cobbler", which is a GORGEOUS pale peach crème/crelly polish. This, hands down... is my absolute FAVORITE out of the collection. I was mad at myself for swatching it first because as soon as I put it on, I did NOT want to take it off. I need a full size of this baby because I KNOW I will be using it often. There are a lot of all caps words for this polish... sorry, but its just that good :) The formula on this was great, I had no issues. I used three coats with top coat for my picture below. 

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Next up is "Pineapple Whip", which is a pale yellow crème/crelly polish. This my friends, is the perfect pastel yellow. Its absolutely stunning, and the formula on this one was great as well. I used three coats plus top coat for my picture below.

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Next up we have "Key Lime Pie", which is a pale lime green crème/crelly polish. This polish makes me want a big slice of key lime pie. One of my favorite desserts.... and this prego can't have it until after this baby comes. BOO!! I love this polish too, are you seeing a trend with these? Really pretty, and a great formula here as well. I used three coats with top coat for my picture.

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Next up we have "Pillow Mints", which is a very pretty pale mint crème/crelly. This is probably my second favorite out of the collection because the color is just so perfect and delicate. Again, just as the others, the formula was great. I used three coats with top coat for my picture below.

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Next up is "Blueberries & Cream", which is a pale blue crème/crelly polish. This one has the sheerest formula out of all six, but the formula on it is still great. I used four coats with top coat for my picture below.

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I really liked the sheerness of this polish, so I decided to do a crelly sandwich with this one. You could probably manage a crelly sandwich with all of these colors, but this one would definitely be the easiest. I layered one dabbed coat of Forever Polished "Baby Unicorn Sneeze" over my four coat swatch, and then did one more thin coat over that to sandwich in the glitters. I really like how this looks. Very Easter/Springy and I love it!

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The last polish in this amazing collection is "Huckleberry Cheesecake", which is a pale purple crème/crelly polish. I really like this one too. I'm sorry, I know I've said that about every polish, but they really are all great! Formula on this one, just like all the others was great. I used three coats with top coat for my picture below.

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I wanted to do something fun with these polishes, so I decided to try my hand at doing a watermarble with them. I thinned them out just a tad to make them a little easier to marble with, and then I used all six polishes to marble over a white base. I'm really happy with how it turned out.

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So, I'm sure it goes without saying, even though I've said it a few times, but I really love this collection. Cassandra knocked it out of the park with the formulas on each and every one of these. Some pastels tend to be streaky and these are not, at all. You must, must, MUST get at least a couple, if not all of these babies. You can purchase these in the Sweet Heart Polish shop by clicking here. Also, be sure you are following them on Instagram @sweet_heart_polish or Facebook to be kept up to date with all things Sweet Heart Polish. Let me know in the comments below which one, or ones you are in need of from this collection. I hope you enjoyed this post! I know I did! :) Until next time, happy polishing!
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  1. I love the crelly sammich you did, as well as your watermarble! I love Blueberries and Cream, I just wish it was a bit more opaque. I have no patience for a large amount of coats!

    1. Thank you! You could always do a coat of white and then do your blueberries & cream :-)