DIFFERENT DIMENSION Spring collection (partial) : Swatches and Review

Hi, my darlings! I hope you're still with me! Because I'm not quite done tonight! When Missi sent over my Blogaversary customs, she also included 3 polishes from her Spring collection for me to review! And boy! You do NOT want to miss these! All three are STUNNING! So, here we go!

First, I have for you Tulips Are Better Than One--a stunning, shimmery purple polish with an amazing shift to a turquoise blue, with just a hint of a pink flash! A LOT going on in one polish and the result is just mesmerizing! I had no issues with the formula or application--despite being semi-sheer, this polish reaches opacity in just 3 coats, as shown in the swatches below, topped with 1 coat of G&G's HK Girl top coat. Just look at it!

Next I have for you Gasoline Rainbows--a black polish with a strong linear holographic finish, accented with rainbow flakies. Again, no complaints at all with formula or application and the swatches below show 3 thin coats by itself. The holo in this is all but blinding!

With flash!

Last but definitely not the least, I have for you Pelican Village--a super-bright, shimmery neon pink! This polish was so neon that my camera totally freaked out and refused to cooperate--thank goodness for my phone that was a trooper! Lovely application and formula--the swatches below show 3 thin coats, topped with 1 coat of G&G's HK Girl top coat. LOVE this pink!

So there you have it, my darlings! 3 beautiful polishes from DIFFERENT Dimension's Spring 2014 collection! If you would like to pick up any of these polishes, you can find them on Etsy HERE--all her polishes are $10 for a full-sized, 0.5 mL bottle, except for holos which are $11. You can follow Missi of DIFFERENT Dimension on FACEBOOK and on INSTAGRAM for all the latest news and updates!

Which of these 3 is YOUR favorite? Tell me about it in the comments section below!

Until next time,

****Products were sent to me for an honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.****

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