Swatch & Review: Glisten & Glow – 1950’s Nostalgia Collection


Did you know that in the early 1950s the price of a new car was around $1500, a one carat diamond ring sold for $399 and cheese was $.45/lb? Neither did I! During the 1950s one would hear Elvis Presley on the radio and watch I Love Lucy on the tv. In 1959, Alaska and Hawaii were made the 49th and 50th US States.

A lot happened in the 50s that helped shape the world we live in today and today’s collection from Glisten & Glow is an ode to that time. Jill focused on one area in particular as inspiration for the upcoming 5-piece crème collection…. Appliances! From Doo-Wop to Route 66,  these polishes are synonymous with the decade.

If you missed my live IG swatch, watermarble and stamp action with this collection, check it out here!

Now let’s take a look at the 1950’s Nostalgia Collection… ya dig!

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Swatch & Review: Bad Bitch Polish (BBP) – September Birthstone Duo


Hey y’all, today I’m back with another Birthstone Duo from Bad Bitch Polish. According to the American Gem Society, “September’s birthstone is the sapphire, a precious gem of wisdom, loyalty and nobility. This stone is said to focus the mind, encourage self-discipline and channel higher powers.”

Did you know, blue sapphire belongs to the mineral species corundum family and can be a pure blue but range from greenish blue to violetish blue? Yep! It’s true! The name “sapphire” can also apply to any corundum that’s not red and doesn’t qualify as ruby. Besides blue sapphire and ruby, the corundum family also includes so-called “fancy sapphires.” They come in violet, green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, and intermediate hues. Sapphires can even be gray, black, or brown.

Interesting, huh? Well, now that you know more about this beautiful gem, let’s take a look at the polishes Britt created.


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