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Mckfresh Nail Attire 5th Mckiversary Collection

Hi lovelies!

Last month Mckfresh Nail Attire celebrated their 5th year of glitter and colour and have released 5 special limited edition shades to celebrate! If you love flakes, glitter and colour changing polish - keep reading!



Polish Pickup - May 2018 - Celestial, Emily de Molly, Grace-full & Mckfresh

Hi polished pals!

Today I've got a chunk of the Aussie contributions to the next Polish Pickup, with four limited edition shades from Celestial Cosmetics, Emily de Molly, Grace-full Nail Polish and Mckfresh Nail Attire. So if the obnoxious graphic below didn't give it away immediately, May's Polish Pickup will be 1990s themed! I was an 80s baby and a 90s kid so I'm loving the giant trip down memory lane this month is gonna be!



Mckfresh Nail Attire - Sparkle Sparkle 2.0

Hi lovelies!

The glitter lab at Mckfresh HQ has been running non-stop since they returned from hiatus late last year - revamps, new collections, limited edition runs and a fancy new online store. This month sees two more new collections including this massive update to the Sparkle Sparkle collection of glitter bombs. There are 11 new shades to get into so let's do it!


Emily de Molly - April 2018

Hi lovelies!


I've got April's collection from Emily de Molly for you today, and if you're a fan of the violet end of the colour spectrum this collection is definitely going to hit the mark! You'll find purple flakes, blue thermals and a magnetic maroon to tempt you this month and there's bound to be a shade or three for you to love in here - let's get into it!




Emily de Molly for Polish Pickup - Created by Man

Hi lovelies!

Another Polish Pickup swatch for you all today, this time a gorgeous thermal inspired by a cult sci fi TV show for this month's theme of Across the Universe. I've already showed you the contribution from Celestial Cosmetics, and today I've got a creation from Emily de Molly!



If you're not across the ins and outs of Polish Pickup you can find all the info at the bottom of this post.