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Review: Dollish Polish I'll Have What She's Having

After slaving away over my soccer nails, I had to do something to balance out the sport.  What better time than to crack open my girliest girly girl polish and be a pretty pink princess for the day!  Aww yeah I'm a fancy lady.  Let's take a look at Dollish Polish I'll Have What She's Having.

To start, I wanted a nice matching base.  While being opaque, this polish is thick so I didn't want to have to deal with the four coats needed to get the opacity I like.  The best match I found was Essie Jamaican Me Crazy (  ಠ_ಠ  ) as it was the same purple tinted pink.  One went two coats.  I've reviewed this one before, it's nice.  Nothing standout but better than the normal, "boring" Essies.  Next, two coats of I'll Have What She's Having.  I don't think I've ever seen as much pink glitter in the one place as this polish.  Take a look at the close up: there's square, micro and hex glitter in at least three different shades.  The result is just so sparkly that it's making my male co-workers look at me funny when I get distracted by them. 







The Verdict: Turns out I don't have that much pink polish but oh do I <3 this one.  So sparkly, if a little thick to work with, and makes me all princessy.  Win!

What and Where to Buy:

  • I'll Have What She's Having, $8.75, Dollish Polish Store
  • Jamaica Me Crazy, Essie, various locations

Comments

  1. You're so going to have to let me borrow a coat or two of this next time I see you! Who's a pretty princess?!

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  2. I happened to come across your blog on bloggers.com. So glad I did. I have never heard of Dollish Polish before. It's so pretty! I would love for you to check out my blog if you can, Kristen's Beauty Addiction @ kristengullick.blogspot.com I think this is going to be one of my go to sites for polish swatches now! =)

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  3. Wow, this is so gorgeous! I'll definitely have to try some Dollish polishes when I have money to spend again! :)

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