Cupcake Nail Polish Review

    Cupcake Polish creates must-have holographic nail polishes with special effects, unlike anything you can find at big box stores. The award-winning brand has made a name for itself in the nail industry by delivering a full spectrum of one-of-kind colors handmade in small batches by founder Sara Casey and her team in Dallas. There is a variety of fun colors to choose from, you will have a blast choosing the different options they have to offer. 

    I received a variety of colors which are all really pretty and very rich in color. My favorite three colors have to be Meteor Shower, Quasar, and Nebula. They remind me of a beautiful galaxy with different colors. 

    Meteor Shower is a beautiful blue, purple, red multichrome nail polish with silver glitter reflected in. This is such a pretty color, if you love blue nail polish then this should be the one you should get! 

    Quasar is a very pretty gold, pink, green multichrome nail polish with silver reflective glitter scattered in. I feel like this nail polish will look great for prom, a gala, or even new years! It just gives party celebration vibes. 

    Nebula is a blue, green multichrome nail polish with silver reflective glitter scattered in. I would definitely use this in the summer, it is such a beautiful color that screams warm weather, beach, pool, summer time! I recommend this nail polish if you are looking for fun colors that are not your regular boring ones. 

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