Contrary Polish Honeycomb at Night

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Ever see a polish and you just need it immediately? That was me when I saw Contrary Polish Honeycomb at Night at PolishCon Chicago 2017. This light blue polish filled with microglitter in shades of light gold, sand and caramel also has a hint of scattered holo although it's only visible in full sunlight and not under normal desk lights or in indirect sun.

This shade was part of a trio of limited edition polishes created for PolishCon Chicago 2017 inspired by places/objects in Lincoln Park. This polish was inspired by a sculpture at Lincoln Park Zoo's Nature Boardwalk.

I used a base of Glisten & Glow Ridge filling base coat, 2 coats of polish and finished with Glisten & Glow top coat. This polish did have a slight sulfur smell during application but it was done when I added my top coat. Also, it was a tiny bit thick so I shook it well before applying the second coat. Finally, it did dry matte but again I always add a top coat so it's shiny for my photos.

This polish has so much dimension in it. I am still not sure if I can rock this length of nail with this color because I prefer nubs with blue polish (personal preference only) but it's SO pretty. This has definitely survived the purge and has a place in my collection. Amazingly, at press time, it's still available for purchase on the Contrary Polish website too!

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