Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Whooz Polish Pink Pirate + L'Oreal The Queen's Ambition

Hi guys! Before I get on with the polish for today I wanted to just take a second to see if anyone might have noticed anything different about my blog... like maybe the URL? :) If you haven't already seen it, paint the rainbows has recently moved to painttherainbows.com! My sister Jenny and brother-in-law Dan were nice enough to register the name for me for Christmas, which I am super excited about! One step in the right direction for my humble little blog -- hopefully the first of many great things to happen around here in 2013! Thanks again, guys, I love it :)

Today I have a new indie brand to share with you called Whooz Polish. I have seen them around on Etsy for a bit and thought they had such cute polishes - and labels! - and was super excited to get to review a few of their polishes, which I will be showing over the next few days :) Today's mani showcases Pink Pirate, which is a clear base full of light pink, white, and black small hexes, hot pink small squares, white and light pink microglitter, and medium white hexes and squares. I always have had a weakness for this mix of colors, so it is no surprise to me that I totally adore this polish :) I layered it over L'Oreal The Queen's Ambition, a black jelly with silver microglitter that is probably my new favoritest black polish (well, beyond black holos anyway). It reminds me of that absurdly expensive black diamond polish that people were talking about a while back... except not $250k, of course, haha. I really love how the silver microglitter played with Pink Pirate to create amazing depth! Check it out:

outdoors, shade
indoors, sunny spot
On my nails:
1 coat Innisfree Eco Peel-off Base coat
2 coats L'Oreal The Queen's Ambition
2 coats Whooz Polish Pink Pirate
1 coat Seche Vite

I was really pleased with Pink Pirate's application. The glitter went on really smoothly and spread perfectly evenly over the nail exactly the way I wanted to; no curling; and nice and smooth with just one coat of SV. I really like the way the colors go together, and the added depth of the abundant microglitter. Overall very happy with my first Whooz Polish experience and looking forward to trying out some more! :)

outdoors, overcast

If you'd like to check out Whooz Polish be sure to visit their Etsy and Facebook~

Have a great day! ♥

~This polish was sent for review~


  1. LOVE this combo! Pink, black, and whit go so well together. Gorgeous!