The polish in this post was provided for my honest review.
Today’s Polish Con post is all about Native War Paints. If you’re attending Polish Con next weekend or plan on having someone pick up a few shades for you, you should also check out my posts for Fair Maiden, Tonic, Sassy Sauce, Bee’s Knees, Blush, and KBShimmer. Today I am sharing no less than 6 different limited edition shades from Native War Paints. All of these will be available at Polish Con at discounted prices, and then will be available online at a later stage. Two of the shades will also be included in some VIP bags.
Let’s start off with the two VIP shades. First up is Niizh.
Niizh is Ojibwe for ‘two’. This is one of two polishes that you may find in your VIP bag if you have a VIP ticket. If not, you will be able to purchase it on the day for $10, or for $11 on the website the day after.
Niizh is a dark teal with a strong golden shimmer. The official description is a deep cerulean with gold to green shimmer. Here I am showing 2 coats of Niizh with top coat. The formula was good and easy to work with.
Next up is the other VIP shade, Bezhig. Bezhig is Ojibwe for ‘one’.
With their matching shimmers, Bezhig and Niizh seem made to go together, so if you receive one in your VIP bag you may want to pick the other up. Bezhig will also be priced at $10 during Polish Con and $11 on the website the day after.
My New Sweater is a bright blue-green base with magenta microflakies. The official description is a deep teal with red/orange/yellow shifting shimmer. I don’t really think that description is accurate; I see magenta in the large microflake shimmer. It does shift to a sort of golden yellow shade so perhaps it is something to do with the base colour that makes the original red of the shimmer appear more magenta.
Verbena is a bright purple with magenta microflakes, gold to green shifting microflakes, and magenta to blue shifting shimmer. The official description is a royal purple with blue/purple/orange shifting shimmer, purple/copper/green aurora pigment and a touch of holo.
I really like this shade of purple – it’s one of my favourite colours – so this polish put a smile on my face each time I looked down at it. Verbena will be available at Polish Con for $12, and then $13 the following day on the website. You can see some of the shimmer shift to blue in that macro! Lastly, we have my favourite shade from Native War Paints: Broke Again.
I really like more unusual shades like this, and the contrasting red shimmer looks amazing against the base colour. This one is a winner for me and a real stand out shade out of those from Native War Paints.
Here I am showing two coats of Broke Again with top coat. The formula was good and easy to work with. Broke Again will be available for $12 at Polish Con and then $13 the following day on the website. The red shimmer in that macro is exactly what I like about this polish!