Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Elevation Polish Matsuda and a Gradient!

Press Sample

Good morning! I have an older Elevation Polish to show you today - along with a gradient with one of the new Elevations. Just a word of warning before we get started - Matsuda is in the Last Call polishes meaning it will be discontinued soon! It is currently in stock so I'd suggest grabbing it while you can!



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Elevation Polish Matsuda is a berry-toned deep red with a gorgeous shimmer.The shimmer in this polish reminds me of the shimmer in Dior polishes. It's definitely there but not overpowering. But man, get it in the light and wow, it's just so delicate and pretty. The formula was great and I used 2 coats and no top coat for the photos.




I wore Matsuda for a day by itself and decided to add something fun to it. I had an idea that Matsuda and Haleakala (from the Heights of Hawaii Collection) would make a great pair, and I was right! I love this mani so much!                                                                                               




Do you have Matsuda? If not, will you be snatching it while you can? This one must have been a sleeper polish, though I have no idea why. It's just so beautiful!

Elevation Polishes are available at her shop here and retail anywhere from $8.50 - $12.50 for full-sized bottles. News can be found at her blog here. Launches and re-stocks happen at 9 PM CST on the 7th of every month and at 9 AM CST on the 22nd of every month. One in the evening and one in the morning for your international shopping convenience because calling in to work "sleepy because of a re-stock" is usually frowned upon. ;)


Did you know Elevation Polish is now on Instagram? Follow along here!

Llarowe is now carrying Elevation Polish as well! Make sure to follow Llarowe on Facebook to stay up-to-date on stock information!

Thanks for reading and happy polishing! ♥

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3 comments :

  1. Wow these elevation are beautiful! Love what you did with the tips!

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  2. The gradient is beautiful!

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