Moore Swatches: Sassy Sauce Polish – May 2018 Release


Not to long ago I was asked ‘why indie polish? It’s so expensive and you have to pay for shipping.’

My simple response was… #indiesdoitbetter!

But that was not the whole reason or the entire truth. So I thought about it and wanted to use my blog to explain my answer to this question.

The fact of the matter is, indie polish makers are those women AND men that make nail polish out of hobby/personal interest and to help support their families. They are not polishes thought up my some focus group and mixed in a big factory. Everything from mixing to bottling and shipping is done most times in their home. I love supporting small business and to know that my purchase is helping to make a difference. The makers actually have a passion for the industry and it shows in the polish. They use the best ingredients and most mix by hand in small batches to ensure a quality polish, not quantity. The $8-$13 for a bottle is more than just polish, it’s the relationship I have with the maker. I love the little smiley face on my invoice or when they are on social media they know me simply from an order I placed. It’s the uniqueness of the polish that I am not likely to find in a bottle of the big box guys. You tell me where else can I get a multichrome, magnetic polish or a thermal flakie with shimmer. I’ll wait.

So I say all that to say, if you have not tried indie polish, do yourself a favor and be like Nike… #justdoit! You’ll thank me later! And if you don’t know what to get, let me entice your nails with the 5 new polishes from Sassy Sauce Polish. Carrie, owner and maker, is releasing new polishes this Friday. And wouldn’t you know it, there are 3 thermals, 1 magnetic and a duochrome!


**All swatches are done using Commitment Issues (liquid latex peel off base coat) by Vapid, Top Coat (glossy QDTC) by Glisten Glow and Matte Topcoat (matte topcoat) by Sassy Sauce Polish. Swatch photos are taken using artificial lights.**

Rain Storm $10

A Sapphire blue thermal that fades to a transparent blue shimmer and leaves behind a rainbow of holo and multichrome shifting flakes.

Sun Storm $10

A pinkish red thermal that fades into clear and leaves behind a coppery golden sunset with a rainbow of flakies

Moon Storm $10

A purple thermal that fades to clear and leaves you with chards of multi colored moon flakes and a strong dusting of linear holo

Galaxies Out the Sass $11

A magnetic multichrome Chameleon, no undies needed looks great with and without. Contains 3 kinds of flakies and shimmer for some extra sparkle. It’s a black sparkling jelly which is super easily manipulated into a cat eye that shimmers pink, blue, green and purple. Each order will include a super strong earth magnet while supplies last.

Locked and Loaded $10

A duochrome shifty shimmer locked and loded with 6 kinds of flakies. It can be worn on its own or over another color to make it pop.

Overall Thoughts – Sassy Sauce Polish – May 2018 Release

Overall: out of this world amazing! I don’t know how she keeps doing month after month. My jaw hit the floor when I saw these transition. And that magnetic is the best!  Formula/Application: no issues to report. The Queen’s Choice: Galaxies Out the Sass

Opacity: swatches shown in 3 coats

Price: as listed above or get all 5 polishes as a set for $47

Shipping: Free shipping on U.S. orders over $60 to Canada on orders over $100

Availability: May 26h at 10 am cst

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