The nail polishes used in this post were provided for my honest review.
I recently showed you Part 1 of the Darling Diva Polish Deadpool Collection consisting of 5 stunning holos. Today I have 3 more polishes from the collection to share with you. I held off on posting these as I was hoping to share all 5 remaining polishes from the collection, but unfortunately I don’t have the 2 cremes to share today. These polishes can look quite different in different lighting setups so if you’d like to see more swatches (including the two I don’t have), check out these swatches by Ida Nails It or these by Musings of the Wife of a Jedi. These polishes are on sale RIGHT NOW so if you see something that needs to become a part of your collection, you can purchase here.
WARNING: Just like the Deadpool movie, these polishes are R-rated. Some names include swearing and dirty language, so proceed with caution!
First up is Darling Diva Polish Crown of Dicks. I knew from the moment I saw this bottle that it would be one of my favourites from the collection. Shown here are 3 coats without top coat. This polish is described as an intense purple shimmer with pink and blue microflakes. Because of the microflakes, it could have quite a different nature in different lighting conditions. I found that in normal indoor light, it looked more purple than seen here (think the background purple you can see between all of the stunning blue specks). The purple was more dominant most of the time. Once I put my hand under the brighter lighting I use to take my pictures, the blue microflakes sprang to life and became the dominant part of the polish.
Either way though, it is stunning, and this is one of my favourites from the collection. Definitely one I would recommend! The formula was great and it went on really smoothly and dried quickly.
Next up is As Much Fun as a Sandpaper Dildo.
This is probably the one I had the most trouble capturing. Shown here are 3 coats with no top coat. Again, I found that it really had a different nature in different lighting conditions. It looked more neutral in lower light and more pink under direct lighting. This one is described as a baby pink with blue sparks and a holo shimmer.
In the bottle, I wasn’t sure this one would suit me, but I liked it a lot once I put it on. I also think this is a soft enough colour to be work-safe in most cases, while still being really fun and sparkly! You can see some of the blue spark in the bottle here, which didn’t come across as much on my nails.
Again, the formula on this was great, and the only bad word I can say about this polish is that it did cause some pink staining on me. I wasn’t expecting it from this one but I personally am not too phased since I wear polish all the time.
I included an angled shot with flash so that you can see some of the holo that’s also going on in this polish! It’s really lovely.
Last but definitely not least is Time to Make the Chimifuckingchangas. This is a flakie topper and it can really transform when used over different base colours, so to see it over a few different bases go check out the other swatch posts I linked at the top of this post.
Here, I started with a black base (Sinful Colors Black on Black) and added just one single coat of Time to Make the Chimifuckingchangas. ONE coat! I was really impressed with how packed with flakie goodness this polish was. I chose a black base since that usually shows the transformation of the flakies the most, but of course, it can look amazing over any colour.
As with any topper of this nature, the formula was a little thicker and more gel-like, but very easy to work with. The way you see the flakies on my nails here is just the natural way they applied while painting my nails as usual with the polish brush. I loved this one and couldn’t stop looking at my nails!
So there you have it – which do you like best? Are you planning on picking any of these up?
If you missed it, don’t forget to go check out Part 1 of the collection comprising 5 stunning holo polishes.