Category: Dollish Polish

My newest Dollish Polish pretties


Hello lovelies! As you have probably noticed I’ve been on a short break. I’ve just felt completely drained out of energy and tried to charge my batteries a little. Yeah, I have too much to do, no charging happening any time soon so I just better get back on the saddle and suck it up ;) I’ll start by publishing the posts when ever and after I get a few more of them ready I’ll start the regular scheduled posts again.

So here’s two new additions to my ever growing Dollish Polish collection. These are from the Pulp Fiction collection and as I write this they are both available at Dollish Polish webstore.

First we have English Mother F*ucker, Do You Speak It?

“soft rose/berry shade has a subtle metallic sheen with a hint of red & pink glass flecks”

This was almost a one coater for me but I applied two. So easy to apply nice and smooth. Dry time was quick too. I wore this for at least 4 days and there was no chipping. Very good quality and lovely color! I also love the fact that I can see the shimmer on the nails too and it’s not only visible in the bottle.

On the photos I’m wearing one coat of Essie Nourish Me, one coat of Glisten & Glow Stuck On Blu!, two coats of English Mother F*ucker, Do You Speak It?  and HK Girl top coat.


The other one I bought from this collection is Zed’s Dead Baby, Zed’s Dead.

“a rich mossy olive green, loaded with green iridescent flakes & micro flakes”

This one is more jelly like but still opaque with two coats. Also easy to apply and dried fast. Flakes are quite visible on this one and I just love this shade of green. I think this would also make a great base for stamping.

This is one coat of Essie Nourish Me, one coat of Glisten & Glow Stuck On Blu!, two coats of Zed’s Dead Baby, Zed’s Dead and HK Girl top coat.


***These polishes were purchased by me. I don’t benefit from clicking the link on this post in any way. 

Holiday theme nails with Dollish Polish Redrum


It’s December! I love this time of the year :) So now it’s also time for the first Holiday theme manicure!

For this manicure I used Sally Hansen Nail Rehab and Glisten & Glow Stuck On Blu! as my base coats.

For all the nails I used Dollish Polish Redrum, not so Chrismas-sy themed holo polish from the Halloween collection. Unfortunately this is no longer available so you’ll have to wait till next year to see if it makes a return for Halloween then. This was too very easy coats. Dry time was fast and no chipping in three days when I wore this.

For the ring finger I used Chaos & Crocodiles Fireside Nights to get some sparkle.

At last I added some red and gold studs and finished the manicure with HK Girl top coat.


***Redrum and Fireside Nights were purchased by me.  I don’t benefit from clicking any of the links on this post.

Dollish Polish – Walker Bait with a hint of nail art


Lately I’ve been so busy again that it’s hard to find time to write blog posts. I can do my nails and take the photos but I don’t seem to have enough time to just sit down and write these posts. So I’ve been thinking that instead of trying to write as much as I usually do I’ll keep it short and simple for a bit. That way I’ll at least get the reviews and posts up for you guys and who has time to read all this anyways LOL It’s more important to show the photos and tell you the basic things about the polish :)

This manicure is a bit of a tease cos the polish was limited edition and isn’t available anymore. This is Dollish Polish Walker Bait. I still want to show you this manicure cos Walker Bait is just stunning and you might want to keep your eyes open for it in case it makes another comeback in the future.

Walker Bait applies really well, is opaque on two coats and it dries fast. Removal was easy and there was no staining on my nails after this. It also didn’t chip during the two days I wore it. I wanted to wear it longer but I was peeling an apple and peeled a part of my ring finger nail off too so I had to remove the polish earlier than I was planning.

For this manicure I used a coat of Essie Fill the Gap, a coat of Glisten & Glow Stuck On Blu! base coat, two coats of Walker Bait and HK Girl top coat. Ring finger nail art is done with a fine brush using Mavala 106 Orange Fusion and OPI Liquid Sand Jinx. Studs are from Born Pretty Store.

Photos don’t do justice to this stunning polish. Looking at the bottle on these photos gives a better idea of how this looks on nails when light hits it in different angles. So beautiful!


***Walker Bait,Jinx and studs were purchased by me, Mavala Orange Fusion was sent for review.

Dollish Polish Got Snow Cones? and Murky Dismal


It’s about time I show you some of the swatch photos I took during the summer and never posted here on my blog. So let’s start it off with two Dollish Polish pretties. On these photos I still have some gel left on my nails and they are longer than my nails are at the moment.


Got Snow Cones? (Glisten & Glow Stuck on Blu! base coat, two coats of Got Snow Cones? and two coats of HK Girl top coat).

Application is easy when you use a very light hand to prevent the glitter pieces from dragging bald spots on the white base. It also helps to let the first coat dry well before applying the second one. I placed some of the glitters to get a more even looking result. This is such a cute and fresh looking polish!



Murky Dismal (Glisten & Glow Stuck on Blu! base coat, three thin coats of Murky Dismal and a coats of HK Girl top coat).

This has a very good formula and application is really easy. I used three thin coats to achieve a good sandwich effect.




***These were sent for review.

Some Dollish Polish pretties


Here’s some Dollish Polish swatches that I’ve been sitting on for a while now. I absolutely love Dollish Polish polishes and lately I’ve been making my collection bigger a couple of polishes at a time :)




“This is a milky white crelly polish with a hint of Mint Green, has iridescent flakies and varying size Teal Green holographic glitters for a magically enchanting manicure worthy of Hogwarts!”
This polish is like a breath of fresh air! I love the simple color combination and quality on this. Application was smooth and easy. No need to fish or place the glitters. This is two normal coats and HK Girl top coat.
“Inspired by the Cartoon Network’s Chowder, this neon purple jelly has tons of glitters, ranging from hexagons, squares, and circles, all in varying shades of periwinkle, purples, pinks, magenta, and blue/green iridescent glitters.”
This awesome jelly is so juicy and squishy! Such a vibrant purple glitter bomb, a jelly polish at it’s most perfect form! The formula is quite sheer so if you’re not a fan of multiple coats of jelly goodness like I am I suggest you layer this on top of a creme polish. The application is flawless and you can apply this so thin that four coats seen on the photos really weren’t a problem at all. Just created amazing depth and squishy-ness (yes, that must be a real word :P). This is four very thin coats and HK Girl top coat. (This was a hard one to photograph accurately so I did adjust the colors on the photos to make the polish look more like it does in real life).
“A pale pink crelly, jammed with tiny white squares, white stars, and a mix of neon pink, green, purple and orange hexagons and squares.”
This one has such a delicious color combination, perfect for summer! One of those cheerful fun polishes that put you in a good mood :) Application was good and this was easy to apply thinly so you can layer it for a nice sandwich effect. I suggest you turn the bottle upside down before application to help get the stars out of the bottle. This is three thin coats and HK Girl top coat.

***These were sent for review. I don’t benefit from clicking any of the links on this post.

Dollish Polish – Things Are Looking Very GRIMM


It’s a dark and rainy Sunday here in Finland so this is a perfect polish to show you today ;) Dollish Polish Things Are Looking Very GRIMM is inspired by the TV show Grimm. If you haven’t watched that show maybe you should cos … ummm … well cos Detective Nick Burkhardt is pretty easy on your eyes (and it’s a good show) :P

Things Are Looking Very GRIMM “blackened forest green jelly is loaded with varying shaped glitter, all in shades of green giving it a very mythical and forest like feel. It’s a perfect fit for the chaotic life of Detective Nick Burkhardt and his endless hunt for Wesen!”

Formula is good and easy to apply. Since this is a jelly it takes at least 3 coats for good result but you can always layer this over black or dark green polish too. I love the depth that comes with multiple coats so I hardly ever layer polishes like this over another color. This one is definitely worth the three coats. Just wow!! Amazing glow and depth! Totally as drool worthy as Detective Burkhardt is ;)

On this manicure I used three thin coats of Things Are Looking Very GRIMM with HK Girl top coat. Remember to turn the bottle upside down for a bit before application. That will help getting the bigger glitter pieces out easier.



***This polish was sent for review. I don’t benefit from clicking any of the links on this post.

Dollish Polish – It’s So Fluffy, I’m Gonna Die!


Dollish Polish polishes recently arrived to a Finnish webstore and I received a few polishes to review too. Today I’ll show you the supercute It’s So Fluffy, I’m Gonna Die!

” A very pale pink crelly, loaded with tons of pink glass flecks and also has circles, hexagons and squares of every size and pink shade imaginable! This shades is so fluffy, you’ll wanna squish it to death!”

The formula on this was just perfect, smooth, glossy and self leveling. I LOVE this! When I swatched this I didn’t even want to take it off cos it was so cute and pretty! For the photos I applied three thin coats of It’s So Fluffy, I’m Gonna Die! and HK Girl top coat.



***This polish was sent for review. I don’t benefit from clicking any of the links on this post.

Welcome to Finland Dollish Polish! and revisiting Penny…Penny…Penny…


Dollish Polish pretties have just arrived to their new Finland stockist CesarsShop. To celebrate that I’m revisiting one of my favorites Penny…Penny…Penny…

I have the old bottle since (if I remember correctly) I got this from the first restock when this became available. After over a year my bottle is still in perfect condition and applied smoothly as ever. Great quality!

Penny…Penny…Penny… is a beautiful peachy nude with lovely copper glitter and shimmer. So very pretty! This is two coats with HK Girl top coat.




***This polish was purchased by me. I don’t benefit from clicking any of the links on this post.

ABC Challenge – Z is for Zombie Flesh


So here we are, last week of our ABC Challenge and the letter Z. This has been such a fun ride and I’ve really enjoyed meeting everyone :) But as we all know this is not the end and we’ll be back in business soon enough. I can’t wait for the new challenge to start, it’s gonna be so much fun!

So for the Z I chose an indie that I mostly bought for the name but boy, am I glad I did. This is Dollish Polish Zombie Flesh and it’s so cool! Yes, you think of a murky, icky green when you think of Zombies so the base color is spot on. But if you leave the zombies out of it this polish is actually quite nice. The green is a perfect color for fall and there’s also some sparkling green and gold glitter along with the black glitter.

This is two coats of Zombie Flesh and G & G HK Girl top coat.



Zombie Flesh applies perfectly (ok, that just sounds too weird…) LOL and two coats was enough for an opaque result. The finish is pretty smooth so just a coat of HK Girl was enough. It’s definitely not your girliest, prettiest polish but I really like it. I can’t wait to wear it again later on when it’s one of those beautiful, sunny fall days with falling red leaves.

Dollish Polish can be purchased from their own online store.


Dollish Polish – Penny…. Penny…. Penny…

I placed a small order with Dollish Polish at the end of February and got myself Penny…. Penny…. Penny… from the Bing Bang Theory collection and I also got This Pop, Rocks! a glitterbomb that looks like a lot of fun. I decided to try Penny…. Penny…. Penny… first. The name of this polish and the thought of Sheldon knocking on Penny’s door makes me smile and giggle every time ;)

This polish has milky, peachy base with peachy/pink-ish/copper-y shimmer and copper glitter. Penny…. Penny…. Penny… is so beautiful and delicate looking! I’d use the words “nude with a twist” to describe this shade. The formula is excellent. This applies oh so smoothly and dries fast. This has a very reasonable amount of glitter so the removal operation is a easy peasy. On the photos I have three coats of Penny…. Penny…. Penny… and Inm Out The Door top coat. If you have shorter nails, you can easily get away with just two coats.

You can buy Dollish Polish from their store. Of course Penny…. Penny…. Penny… is sold out at the moment so I suggest you follow the store news and/or their FB-page for further information about the next restock date. I can also do a quick post about that when information is available.


Dollish Polish Penny… Penny…. Penny… with daylight bulbs.
Dollish Polish Penny… Penny…. Penny… with daylight bulbs.
Dollish Polish Penny… Penny…. Penny… in sunlight.
Dollish Polish Penny… Penny…. Penny… in sunlight.